2014 Dodge Charger Top Comparisons

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2014 Dodge ChargerReview
Terrance writes:
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Nice car prices on this vehicle. Very interested in the car

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2014 Dodge ChargerReview
Panos writes:
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Power and power and power and power and power

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Antranetteh writes:
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Everything is great about the car. My son loves it

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Charisma writes:
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This car is nice dependable model of Dodge Charger it classy sporty and a good conversation piece

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2014 Dodge Charger R/T RWDReview
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Great Daily Driver And Highway Cruiser —

The 2014 Charger R/T was the last generation of this vehicle with the massive front end. Combined with the "Blacktop Package" which blacks out the entire trim to a monochrome body and trim color gives this vehicle a sinister appearance in black. Great blackout wheels too add to the appearance. The Charger R/T has a 375 HP HEMI engine, providing outstanding acceleration and responsiveness throughout the driving range. Even at highway speeds, a tap on the throttle elicits immediate speed and the ability to make passing in difficult situations a breeze. The 5 speed automatic transmission (no manuals available for the Charger) is very responsive and this particular package includes paddle shifters so it can be shifted like a manual if desired. Really fun on mountain roads where a bit more precise engine control is desired. Interior comfort is very good; seats are supportive and solid. Fit and finish on the interior is very good, albeit not in keeping with luxury cars. Of course, this is not a luxury car, but a form of muscle car dressed up as your dad's everyday driver. Or an undercover police car.... In the all blacvk color scheme, you'll get looks in any case. Trunk room is voluminous and we easily carry our Costco haul in there without resorting to the SUV. Of further note ius this vehicle has the fold down rear seats, where one or both can be folded to accommodate a surfboard, step ladder or lots more grear via the trunk pass-through that essentially utilizes the rear seat for extended cargo. A nice feature when needed. Fuel mileage in the city has ranged between 12 and 15 MPG, while highway mileage has been as high as 27 to 28 on a primarily freeway driven trip. I understand the 8 speed transmission gets a bit better mileage, perhaps a mile per gallon or two improved on the highway. However, the 8 speed transmission was also a $1000 option and calculating any fuel savings over the expected life of the vehicle was far outweighed by the initial cost of the upgraded 8 speed. Of note, I believe the 8 speed is now standard for 2015 and 2015 except in the Police Pursuit models that remain with the heavy duty 5 speed auto. I have had no problems with the vehicle in 14 months of ownership. Only an oil change and lube. Dodge gave owners the opportunity to download an electronics upgrade to eliminate the so called "hacker" takeover of the electronics and at the same time upgraded the maps for the navigation system. An easy upgrade in about 20 minutes or so and delivered over the internet secure connection. No dealer interface needed. Speaking of the Navigation system, the U-Connect 8.4 system is Garmin based and is outstanding in every way, even to traffic and detour avoidance without loads of extra steps to take to achieve it. This vehicle also came with the Beats Audio upgrade and the sound is awesome. No need for aftermarket when a system sounds this good.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: A true American muscle car that hauls the family, groceries, surfboards or what ever you want to throw in. Stylish, fast, dependable and relatively economical on fuel on the highway.

Cons: Poor city fuel mileage. Choosing the 8 speed transmission may improve highway mileage, but city mileage will still suffer with the Hemi engine. The negative connotations of the FCA dealers.

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2014 Dodge Charger Review
AnnaGk says:
vs2010 Lexus IS 250
2014 Dodge Charger winning categories:
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Power Ranked 2010 Lexus IS 250 worse.
"I rented 2014 Dodge Charger and was surprised how great of a ride it was. It definitely has a powerful V8 engine, and I could tell right away the difference."
Looks/Style Ranked 2010 Lexus IS 250 better.
"2010 Lexus IS 250 is a great looking car - it is classic looking. I like this look way more than updated ones for sure. 2014 Dodge Charger looks more sporty, and I dont like that as much."
2014 Dodge Charger R/T RWDReview
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The Heart And Soul Of What American Muscle Should Be. — Dodge went all out with the new styling of the 2014 Dodge Charger R/T. Big V8 that has plenty of room for the family and ample storing in the trunk. I'm 6''1 and 240 lbs and can sit comfortable in the rear seat. I enjoy driving A car so the RWD drives like a REAL CAR to me but I'm old fashion. Gauges easy to use and read. Not too fancy or confusing.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: I enjoy RWD cars over FWD and AWD.

Cons: If you can't drive or not a true car person,you may want to stick to FWD granny mobiles.

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2014 Dodge Charger SXT 100th Anniversary RWDReview
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Its One Sexy Biotch — I absolutely love everything about this car, no complaints at all. Comfortable, spacious, great gas milage, good sound system, lots of nice perks being a 100th anniversay edition Charger....and make me HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY every single time I drive her!!

Pros: Everything....awesome car!!

Cons: NONE

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2014 Dodge Charger R/T RWDReview
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Best Body Style Of The Charger Since Re-released. — Love the room and the sound of that HEMI motor with the upgraded X pipe with no drone effect noise.Dislike the fuel economy in the city 11.5 MPG. On highway gets 23 mpg and handles great and plenty of power!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: A lot of power,room and car for the money. American Muscle.

Cons: city fuel economy 11.5 miles

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2014 Dodge Charger SRT8 RWD Review
Magentis_2708 says:
vs2014 Dodge Charger SRT8 RWD
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