2016 Dodge Charger V-6 8-speed Automatic

2016 Dodge Charger V-6 8-speed Automatic
This model of the Dodge Charger we recently experimented is a magnificent case. At a look it could easily be acted for a Hellcat, with black 20-inch wheels wearing debased-profile Goodyear Eagle tires, a decklid campaigner, and black pronunciations and emblems inside and out. It looks deliciously alarming, debased, muscular and convey. The important word, though, is looks. Re-created for 2016, the Blacktop impression is an impression collection visual muscle, if you like and it’s something of an agreement at $995.

The look implies muscle, but what you see is not exactly what you get. The SXT sits at the entry extremity of the Dodge Charger spin, moved by Chrysler’s magnificent 3.6-liter V-6 and the equally magnificent eight-speed automatic transmission. However, this powertrain grade is apologized by vehicle mass—two-plus tons. In this instance, with the elective Rallye Group ($1695), the V-6 is evaluated at 300 horsepower and 264 lb-ft of torque, a small more than the regular SXT model’s 292 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. The clear phenomenon is 6.2 seconds to 60 mph and 14.7 seconds through the quarter-mile, knocking 96 mph. That’s fast enough to person off drowsiness and the driver won’t have to worry about watching the breed bumpers of Toyota Avalons and Hyundai Azeras moving away when the light turns green. But it’s a long path from the figures possible with a 370-hp Hemi V-8, 5.1 seconds to 60 mph or the unashamed 707-hp Hellcat (3.4 seconds). However, there’s more to this specific SXT than just the evil-boy toiletries. With elective Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar summer tires magnitude 245/45R-20 and sport mixture adjusting, this enormous vehicle has amazing gracefulness, specific electrically assisted power steering and decent grasping of 0.86 g. Stopping performance is about what you’d expect of a two-ton sedan 173 feet from 70 mph, albeit weaken free.

Understeer ramps up rapidly, and there’s an awareness of huge groups moving up and down at the areas of the vehicle. On the other extremity, steer grade is reasonably amenable thinking the stage of spin inelasticity in the sport mixture, the bat stagehands answer promptly, and the eight-speed is fluid in full auto method. This is an enormous sedan, with a commodious, adult-friendly back seat we also had no difficulty proper both a forward-facing and a backward-facing juvenile seat and its stalk is benevolent, even if it’s only about normal for the part.

Our try-out vehicle included the Plus Group (heated and refreshed energy front rooms, leather, heated breed rooms, heated steering wheel, heated side mirrors and HID projector-beam headlights, $2495) and navigation system ($795). But even at $37,360 as experimented, this Charger is for lot of the cash. If looking evil is good enough, look no further.

Starting Price $30,990
Vehicle Type 4 door sedan, front engine, rear wheel drive
Engine DOHC 24-valve V-6, port fuel injection
Transmission 8-speed automatic, manual shifting mode
Horsepower 300 hp @ 6350 rpm
Torque 264 lb-ft @ 4800 rpm
Displacement 220 cu in
Wheelbase 120.2 in
Length 198.4 in
Width 75 in
Height 58.2 in
Curb weight 4096 lb
Passenger volume 105 cu ft
Cargo volume 17 cu ft
0-60 mph 6.2 secs.
0-100 mph 15.8 secs.
Top speed 140 mph
Rolling start (5-60 mph) 6.5 secs.
Top gear(30-50 mph) 3.3 secs.
Top gear(50-70 mph) 4.6 secs.
Braking (70-0 mph) 172 ft
Fuel economy (city/highway) 19/31 mpg
C/D observed 21 mpg
Pros eight speed transmission, good ride, better looks
Cons pickup not as it should be, steering issues