The Return of a Classical Muscle Car: Dodge Charger 2017
Do you happen to know of an even more famous muscle car besides the Dodge Charger? The Dodge Charger was able to achieve the name as one of the coolest cars ever driven by speed racers and celebrities everywhere, and is even used in hall of fame movies such as Death Proof, The Fast & The Furious, Bullitt, and The Dukes of Hazard.
Undeniably, when people hear of the Charger, all they can imagine is the 1969 model. But is the famous muscle car still going to posses the same quality and features from its first appearance half a century ago? Dodge just simply hopes that as they reinvent a 2017 model of the Charger, it will still posses a good taste of classical times combined with the modern times. The question will now be, will it succeed?
How it Works
How the muscle car works is the most important criteria a car as influential as the Charger must pass. What’s great about the 2017 model is that it surpasses this. There is a wide variety of engines to choose from the new Charger, but performance wise you must check out the Hellcat. It is able to accelerate the car from 0-60mph in just 4.1 seconds due to its supercharged 6.2 liter V8. Just the mere excitement it brings when you are on the wheel of the Hellcat makes it a must try. Explore on Dodge dealers around the city so you will be able to do a test drive and fully understand the feels of it. But the other models are not bad either!
Clearance and convenience
In search for a sedan with the proper clearance and convenience perfect for your family? Sorry, but you are in for some disappointment. The 2017 Challenger is nothing compared to other sedans. But this does not really mean that you will feel too uncomfortable when inside the car. The seats are made large enough so that your shoulders and legs will still have comfortable space especially in front. Although the ceiling will be a drawback for tall drivers. Additionally, it cannot be considered an ideal family car. So in buying a Charger, be sure that it will not be made as a family car.
There are standard safety features installed in the Charger such as the front seat side-impact airbags, antillck disc brakes, side curtain airbags, and stability and traction control. You will also be able to activate automatic breaking, rear collision sensors, and blind spot warning system. These features might seem as though not a necessity, but best believe that it is there for a reason especially because of safety.
To sum it all up, the Dodge Charger has a little bit of everything required of a muscle car. It was never an ideal car for family trips and school purposes.