Dodge Charger vs Audi A7

2023 Dodge Charger
2023 Dodge Charger
$34,230MSRP
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2025 Audi A7
2025 Audi A7
$72,000MSRP
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2023 Dodge Charger
$34,230MSRP
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2025 Audi A7
$72,000MSRP
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MSRP

$34,230

MSRP

$72,000

Average price

$27,280

Average price

$26,342

Listings

9176

Listings

749
Ratings & Reviews
User Reviews
User Reviews

Expert reviews

7.8 out of 10

Expert reviews

Pros
  • Powerful engine
  • Fun to drive
  • Stylish design
Cons
  • Outdated technology
  • Poor fuel economy
  • Underwhelming base engine

Reviews Summary

Hooligans and cops everywhere are saying their final goodbyes to the Dodge Charger, a full-size sedan both sides of the law have exonerated for intimidation and respect. The Charger, along with the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Challenger coupe that share its 1990s-era Mercedes platform, will be discontinued after the 2023 model year. At one time the most powerful production sedan in the world—and still the most powerful running on gas—the Charger's replacement will be a trendy EV that Dodge doesn't really want to build. That's the law, though, so the Charger departs in full smoke and fury with three special edition Last Call models built in limited numbers for its final year. We drove one, a 2023 Charger Swinger, for a proper send-off.

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Popular Features & Specs

Engine

3.6L 292 hp V6

Engine

Drive Train

RWD

Drive Train

Seating Capacity

5

Seating Capacity

5

Horsepower

292 hp @ 6350 rpm

Horsepower

MPG City

19

MPG City

MPG Highway

30

MPG Highway

2023 Dodge Charger
2023 Dodge Charger
$34,230MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
2025 Audi A7
2025 Audi A7
$72,000MSRP
Overview
2023 Dodge Charger
$34,230MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
2025 Audi A7
$72,000MSRP
Overview
Overview
MSRP
$34,230
$72,000
Average price
$27,280
$26,342
Listings
Ratings & Reviews
User reviews
4.6
4.7
Expert reviews

7.8 out of 10

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Pros & cons
Pros
  • Powerful engine
  • Fun to drive
  • Stylish design
Cons
  • Outdated technology
  • Poor fuel economy
  • Underwhelming base engine
Summary
Hooligans and cops everywhere are saying their final goodbyes to the Dodge Charger, a full-size sedan both sides of the law have exonerated for intimidation and respect. The Charger, along with the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Challenger coupe that share its 1990s-era Mercedes platform, will be discontinued after the 2023 model year. At one time the most powerful production sedan in the world—and still the most powerful running on gas—the Charger's replacement will be a trendy EV that Dodge doesn't really want to build. That's the law, though, so the Charger departs in full smoke and fury with three special edition Last Call models built in limited numbers for its final year. We drove one, a 2023 Charger Swinger, for a proper send-off.
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Popular Features & Specs
Engine
3.6L 292 hp V6
Drive Train
RWD
Seating Capacity
5
5
Horsepower
292 hp @ 6350 rpm
MPG City
19
MPG Highway
30
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