Assembly Location

Brampton, Ont., Canada

’06 Price Range


’05 Price Range

Carrying the historic name that graced some of Dodge’s most remarkable muscle cars in the 1960s and 1970s, Charger is based on the rear-drive Chrysler 300 sedan, but features unique styling and a sporty roofline more akin to coupe than sedan. Five variants are offered: SE, SXT and R/T plus the limited-edition Daytona R/T and SRT8. A 250-hp, 3.5L V-6 engine powers the SE and SXT. The R/T gets a 340-hp, 5.7L Hemi V-8. A 5-speed automatic transmission with manual-shift capability is standard in combination with all engines. In addition to the Hemi engine, the R/T features 18-in. wheels, high-output audio system, leather seats, heated side mirrors and a tire pressure monitoring system. The Daytona R/T comes with a modestly tweaked 5.7L engine that makes 350 hp and is offered only in two high-impact colors adapted from the 1970 Charger color palate: a metallic orange known as Go ManGo, and Top Banana, a bright yellow. It also has an exclusive front fascia with chin spoiler and blacked-out grille and special polished alloy wheels with body-color accents. The interior has "performance" seats and body-color instrument-panel accents. At the top of the lineup, SRT8 features a 6.1L Hemi V-8 that has been tuned by Chrysler Group's Street and Racing Technology Group (SRT) to produce 425 hp, the same rating as that of its larger 7L 1964-1971 ancestor. Upgraded brakes, a reworked suspension system and unique front-end design also are part of the package.

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