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The Sporty Spirit of the 2019 Dodge Charger

Among the family of V-6 sedan, the 2019 Dodge Charger can be considered as a genuine power car with loads of muscular strength. The Charger as an age old model from Buick has always remained relevant in the market because of the muscle power that is embedded in all its editions that went well both with the trendy appeal to the older folks and the younger generation. What makes the 2019 Charger irresistible is its sporty spirit that is derived from its smooth drives and is essentially made for the American market.

Upgrades for 2019

At the New Buffalo Dodge dealer showroom we observed that Dodge has revamped the entire lineup of Charger model for 2019 and made it available as SXT, SXT AWD, GT, R/T, R/T Scat Pack, and SRT Hellcat. Among this the SXT AWD is a new addition to the family, in which the GT now transforms into a V-6 model that is now decked with the most convincing performance looks. In this flow of change the SRT Hellcat trim receives a better torque reserve, the R/T Scat Pack and imbibes latest features like line lock and launch assist while the GT and R/T trims are given advanced upgrades for their steering and suspension to gear them up for a more sportier ride.

The Sporty Look

All the trim models of the 2019 Buick Charger are given the shape of a Coke-bottle that look stunning with the stylish drawn-in sides with the contrasting yet eye-catching bulging fenders. While the SXT trim can be singled out for its subdued look, all the other trim models look gorgeous with trendy exterior features like a hood scoop, a decklid spoiler, sculpted side sills, all standing tall on the 20-inch wheels.

Step inside, and the design will bring back the retro nostalgia with a few scattered modern touches here and there, like the new infotainment system with a grand touchscreen display and a digital instrument cluster that keeps the driver updated with up to date information in real time.

Strength Under the Hood

Dodge offers its buyers with the freedom to choose from either one V-6 engine and from three V-8 powered engines, that will bring with them the performance that is commensurate with the power the engine can create. The V-6 engine has proved its competence time and again and for this Dodge has paired it well with an 8-speed automatic transmission to make a spirited 292 of horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. Acceleration with this V6 engine picks up a speed of 60 mph in only 3.7 seconds and you can speed up to the maximum count of 204 mph with this powertrain option.

As showed by the sales team of the New Buffalo Dodge dealership the V-8 engine options in comparison to the V-6 ones come with much better appeal when you consider the muscle strength. Starting with the 5.7-liter V-8 engine that can make a 370 hp and 395 lb-ft of torque, while with the R/T Scat Pack packs a 485-hp generating 6.4-liter V-8 engine. The Cylinder deactivation mechanism helps in saving fuel and a spirited drive.

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