2007 Dodge Charger
Dodge has introduced a new version of its classic Charger. The 2007 Dodge Charger proves to be just as exciting, with a few new modifications.
Of course, what makes the Charger stand out first and foremost is the fact that Dodge has included its famous 340 horsepower HEMI engine, giving the Charger an edge over its competitors. Because of its new design, the 2007 Dodge Charger not only has a tough, durable engine that runs like a sports car, it has the sleek, modern look to give it a real classy edge. Not since the 60s and 70s has Dodge presented a passenger vehicle with as much power and torque. The infusion of German technology along with the modern conveniences and sleek design make the 2007 Dodge Charger a great car, as well as an excellent value for the money.
The 2007 Dodge Charger only comes in a 5 speed automatic version, which can be a little bit upsetting for fans of manual transmissions. Otherwise, it’s an excellent vehicle with a lot of style and class. Overall it gets about 14 miles to the gallon city, and 20 miles per gallon highway, so it’s not overly gas thrifty. A wide variety of performance packages are available for the 2007 Dodge Charger, making it a very efficient, well handled car that packs a lot of punch. If you’re considering purchasing the Charger, read some of the latest reviews (almost all are very positive), visit the Dodge website, and talk to a few of your local dealers about some purchasing options and a test drive. You’ll find the 2007 Dodge Charger highly irresistible and a real joy to drive. It’s a car that will make driving fun again, and it has great safety ratings, so not only will you be able to drive in luxury, but you and your family will be protected, too.