The 2017 Dodge Charger is a Full-sized rear-wheel drive four-door sedan. 2017 Dodge Charger is Built by Dodge, the car has created the Dodge Charger line ahead and replace the Dodge Intrepid as Dodge’s full-size sedan. The charger shares the LX platform with the Chrysler 300, the new fourth generation Dodge Challenger, and the discontinued Dodge Magnum.
There were a number of different vehicles with the Charger nameplate built on three different platforms and sizes, all bearing the Charger nameplate. Although the name is related to the late 1960s performance model in the Dodge range, use personal luxury coupes, also during the late 1970s and front-wheel drive subcompact hatchbacks during the 1980s.
In 1999, Dodge a new Dodge Charger R/T concept car. 2017 Dodge Charger has many styling cues from the 1960s Chargers, sharing their long nose and rear cabin, but was shorter by 187 in (4750 mm), compared to 203 in (5156 mm) for the 1966 Charger. 2017 Charger is 650 lb (295 kg) lighter, has had a four-door sedan body design, while all previous production Chargers two doors.
Dodge Charger is a return to a rear wheel drive platform Dodge has continued stopped the smaller Dodge diplomat since the Dodge ST. Regis that production in 1981 was offered a rear-wheel drive sedan until the front-wheel drive was offered the only platform with the Dodge Monaco 1990.
The 2011 Charger undergo both exterior and interior changes, take a few styling cues from the 1968 to 1970 models. It has an entirely new body with the most obvious changes that the redesigned fascia and hood section, change “racetrack” vintage style taillights and a new instrument panel. Chrome aluminum wheels became standard equipment on plastic hubcaps.
The new 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine replaces the 2.7L V6 engine and the 3.5L high-output V6 engine. It was built along the 2011 Challenger SRT8 392 and 300C. Engines are available with either the five-speed and 8-speed automatic transmission.
2017 Dodge Charger Engine
2017 Dodge Charger, 3.6 L engine is available with an 8-speed automatic fuel consumption improved by 4 mpg on the highway. The 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 produces 292 horsepower (218 kW) and 260 lb·ft (353 N·m) of torque, the 5.7-liter V-8 delivers 370 horsepower (276 kW) and 395 lb·ft (536 N·m) of torque, and the new 6.4-liter V-8 produces 470 hp (350 kW) and 470 lb·ft (640 N·m). torque. According to the October 2011 issue of Motor Trend, the Dodge Charger SRT-8, a weight of 4361 pounds (1978 kg), sprints 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 4.3 seconds, and approval of the quarter-mile (~ 400 m) in 12.8 seconds at 110 mph (180 km / h). 2017 Dodge Charger is mechanically identical to the Chrysler 300 SRT8.
2017 Dodge Charger Safety
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gives the Charger an overall good rating in frontal crash tests. Inside impact Charger models equipped with optional side airbags are a marginal score overall and models without side airbags are the lowest overall score poorly.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the Charger five stars on the passenger, driver and rear passenger crash test ratings and four stars with respect to side impact ratings.
All models come standard with Electronic Stability Program (ESP) (except 2.7L V6 engine where it is optional) with ABS and all-speed traction control is standard for 2017 Dodge Charger.