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Vancouver Dodge - Three Reasons Why a Dodge Charger

by:ShunXinda      2020-06-14
It is more than just a cop car. A few test drives in with my BC Dodge dealers are not enough to satisfy that craving once you get your hands behind the wheel of a 2012 Dodge Charger. If Chrysler aimed to strike an emotional chord to Dodge enthusiasts worldwide, it surely did with this vehicle. The Charger is simply a car that gets better as it grows old. Langley Dodge customers will be happy to find out that this generation's charger can act as a family car that exudes its own statement. If you are a family man or a family woman who has enthusiasm for the good old days when muscled cars ruled the streets, you can try out this vehicle at your local Vancouver Dodge chains. Now, what can Vancouver Dodge customers expect from this spanking new vehicle? 1. All muscle. If you are done and over with the the soft curves and lines of all other vehicles in the market, you can trying driving a car that offers power and muscles. This is the 2012 Dodge Charger. Originally, the Charger was a two-door car back in the late 1960s when it gained popularity. Perhaps the most well-renowned of all Dodge Charger models is the 1970 Dodge Charger used in many recent popular movie productions. You may not find the exact version of the movies Dodge Chargers in showrooms of your BC Dodge dealers, but the current version will certainly appease your taste for an everyday use muscle car. The 2012 model now steps into the automotive limelight as a four door sedan, but with a touch of muscles. Now, you will not just enjoy this ride alone. With four-door space offered by the 2012 Charger, there is now room for others to experience this roadster. 2. A beauty inside and out. Its outside appearance is not the only thing that has changed. With the 2012 Dodge Charger, you also get a jazzed up interior. The vehicle shed its old hard plastic, dull looking materials and sported a stylish soft-touch dashboard and interior. Although it retained its basic shape and lay-out, the improvements will not escape the eyes even of the most unscrupulous driver. Of course, it takes two to tango, and the classy interior is also paired with with top-notch features. Touch screen monitors for assistance while driving, keyless ignition, an optional navigation system, Sirius Travel Link feature, a Cross Traffic Alert system that helps you out when backing out of a blind parking space, and other up-to-date features. An new feature for the SRT8 is the adaptive damping suspension, which automatically tune suspension depending on specific conditions. 3. All power. You have seen the tip of the ice berg, wait till you see what is underneath. If the 2012 Dodge Charger looks mean on the outside, well it should be, since there lies a monster engine under its hood. Performance-themed trim versions in the form of the R/T and the SRT8 comes with a powerful V-8 engine. And along with the Chrysler 300, the current Charger receives an 8-speed automatic transmission treatment this year. Other more affordable models have the V-6 engine. The V-8s improve the Chargers performance by up to 63 percent than that of the old models, which might leave other drivers eating dust in the road. If you want to experience the full throttle, complete with all the rumblings of a car hungry for the open road, the HEMI V-8 will just let you fly around. Now it this will not get you going to your BC Dodge dealers, I do not know what will. Of course, the Dodge Charger is a performance vehicle - it is not the type of car that easily jumps into the eco-friendly bandwagon. But for a car with this much power, running with range of about 23 mpg (combined city and highway), the 2012 Dodge Charger delivers. You asked for it. 'Awesome' is spelled C-H-A-R-G-E-R. Now visit your local Vancouver Dodge chain and test drive a one today. If it is still not in dealership lots, you can just ask your dealer to request one from Chrysler
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