1976 Dodge Charger Overview

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1976 Dodge Charger Overview

With the energy crisis in full swing, high performance vehicles had gone by the wayside, replaced by a desire for luxury and comfort. One of the victims of this phenomenon was the Dodge Charger, which had transformed from a muscle car into a two-door Cordoba.
Only offered as an SE in 1975, the 1976 Dodge Charger featured four trims -- base, Sport, SE, and Daytona. The base and Sport models had a different body from the SE and Daytona, and were to the 2-door Coronets. The SE now came standard with a 318 V8 instead of the 360, 5.9-liter engine, though the 360 and 400, 6.6-liter engine were still optional.
The Daytona was the Charger's effort to evoke memories of its street racer heritage. As such, it was available with the 360 or 400 engine blocks, but at a maximum of 200-horsepower, it was basically the same old Cordoba, only with tape stripes.

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