The Dodge Charger Takes Charge of the Road.

With an exterior that looks so good, the Dodge Charger always gets noticed. When it’s coming your way you get a nice look at the signature crosshair grille. It goes perfectly with the aggressive, sleek look of the Charger. Just above the crosshair grille is the double power bulge hood and to the side are the side door scallops. It’s clear to see that from every angle, the new Dodge Charger is eye-catching and makes a statement on the road.

Dodge Charger

Lighting is crucial to any vehicle. Good lighting makes a huge difference, especially when driving on the road at night and during wet weather conditions. Driving behind the wheel of a car where visibility is clear is a very important factor. Depending on the model, the Dodge Charger may feature LED fog lamps, daytime running lamps and projector headlamps or High-Intensity Discharge (HID) headlamps. That’s not all! As you make your way to the rear, you’ll also see the seamless LED racetrack taillamp. This really shows others on the road what a Dodge is all about, and other drivers will take notice – from miles away.

Some Available Exterior Features

  • Three-piece rear body-color spoiler
  • Power sunroof with power tilt, sliding and express-open features
  • Puddle lamps
  • Heated power exterior mirrors

At the heart of the new Dodge Charger is the engine. This vehicle is packed full of power and you can choose exactly how much you want. Horsepower ranges from 292 all the way to 707. Choose the SRT® model and you get the standard Supercharged 6.2L HEMI® SRT Hellcat V8 engine outputting 707 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque.

Visit Chris Leith Dodge in Wake Forest to see the new Charger in person. We can also get you out on the road for a test drive. This is the perfect way to understand everything the Charger is all about. Take a look at our available inventory online to see what we have in stock, along with current vehicle specials.


The Dodge Charger Takes Charge of the Road. was last modified: October 18th, 2016 by Chris Leith Dodge