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Daytona RT
May 27, 2019
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What a car !!!
Bert
October 19, 2018
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Got everything I wanted and more when I bought this car used. I have driven in downpouring rain, dense fog, snow storms, icy roads and dodged wildlife. I have no complaints how this car has handled in any of course situations.
Anonymous
April 21, 2018
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khai
February 16, 2018
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Hmbhouse
November 26, 2017
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Love this car
Ed Meyers
March 21, 2014
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Car is a problem transmission issues valve train problems 12 miles still has that issue I will not buy another one of these vehicles. Ride like crap to many problems for a new car. Buyer be ware issues with these cars
Mark
March 12, 2014
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I have the SE with a true sport handling package and 20" factory special wheels. The ride is a bit stiff over rough road but at highway speeds or on smooth twisties it handles like a dream. The V6 has adequate power and accelerates well once the fuel kicks in. I dislike the "drive by wire" delay in the accelerator which is why I rated acceleration at 3. I also have the 8 speed transmission and 32MPG highway is real life with average economy of 24-26 depending on the seasonal fuel and weather.
Justin P
January 27, 2014
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I own a 2013 Dodge Charger T it is a nice car handles well and is comfortable. I never have gotten the EPA estimated fuel economy it usually averages about 13-14 mpg in town and up to 17 on the highway and it is all on flat road and I baby the gas pedal but that is somewhat expected from a high performance car. Some of these might give lifter trouble from the get go mine did as the lifters started tapping loudly at 1700 miles. I''m overall satisfied with the car and get many compliments about it!!
Christina
November 06, 2013
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I bought my 2013 Charger SXT in December of 2012. I have three kids in carseats and love the car. I also live where we get a lot of snow and yet to get stuck with my RWD car. The gas millage is amazing and has a very large trunk. I have owned a lot of cars and trade them in within a year and I honestly can say I will keep this one.
Bart Simpson Twin
August 29, 2013
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I just bought this car after the dealership Lake Bridge Dodge gave me a perfect deal on it. This car is amazing from its performance and it''s a very muscle sedan from bold new looks and could be featured in a new Duke Of Hazards movie from the styling. Traded a lemon 2011 Chevy Malibu which hated that so much was never buying a GM or Chevy product again after getting runarounds from dealer and Chevy consumer affairs dumb#played dumb with me never touching a GM switched to a Dodge was staying with American it was going to be out of Ford or Dodge chose the Dodge saw a 2013 Charger T love it.
Kenneth
July 11, 2013
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I bought my 2013 Dodge Charger RT Max in June 2013 and I can''t explain how much I love this vehicle. This car is by far the best car that I have ever driven and owned. The technology that was put into this vehicle is amazingly awsesome and evevrything that I always wanted in a vehicle. All that I can say is keep up the great work Dodge. I love the way it drives looks sound and handle. I found my new Love. Lol....
Jerry
July 04, 2013
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I have had the T Daytona since April 2013. The one thing I am impressed about besides the torque and interior room is the fuel economy with the T. I average just a little over 27mpg on the highway and it is rated for 25. The only drawback is the throttle lag due to the torque management system in the low rpm range. Once the car hits 3000rpms and the MDS mode is not on the car puts you back in the seat.
Steve
May 19, 2013
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Bought my 2013 Charger T Plus two months ago. It is the best (by far) new car purchase I have ever made. The interior is much improved over the prior gen....soft touch materials cover almost every surface. The pillars are all cloth lined...the stereo (Beats by Dre) though corny in name has a surprisingly clean sound. The nav and back up camera are more useful than I had initially anticipated..as well as the cooled front cup holders. The seats are comfortable...though designed for a much larger framed person (I am 5''11" and 180lbs). Overall an awesome car.
Eric
April 02, 2013
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This car is simply AMAZING! I opted for the Pentastar V6 paired with the 8 speed transmission. If I set the cruise at 70 mph I avg. 28-30 mpg 65 mph I get 32-33 mpg and setting it at 60 mph I averaged 35.7 mpg. Great fuel economy for a large sedan! AND at 292 HP for a V6 this thing boogies! The HEMI is amazing but you dont have to have it to have an incredible and fun to drive automobile! Go to your local dealer and DRIVE ONE TODAY!
Robin
January 05, 2013
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I am very pleased with this EXCELLENT North American full-size sedan bought in late December. Great safety ratings AWD rear camera plush tan Nappa leather buckets w black interior. Large user friendly 8.4 NAV with XM. Base Alpine speakers are decent. The billet silver exterior spoiler has aggressive Charger styling that looks great. The 5.7 Hemi burns regular gas 23 MPG is not great but competitive much more expensive full size AWDs - BMWs Mercedes Lexus. This very nice sports sedan has a steady ride for $30 to $60K less than competitors it can eat for lunch.
Jeff
December 27, 2012
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Great car!!!!!
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Introduction
Dodge Charger is an American muscle car, pumped, powerful, and full of swagger that takes you straight back to the wildly optimistic American sedans of the '60s.

At the same time, it's handsomely designed and has world-class fit and finish. From crankshaft to door handles, everything operates with fine precision and the promise of long-lasting service. Ride quality is very good, and the solid structure soaks up road surface irregularities. Yet the steering is lively and communicative, keeping you in direct touch with the road, and braking performance is exemplary. A full-size, four-door sedan, Charger is a roomy five-seat hauler.

Like any serious performance sedan, Charger is rear-wheel drive. All-wheel drive is available for winter traction. V6 and V8 engines are available.

For 2013, a new cold-air induction system and sport-tuned exhaust boot the standard 3.6-liter V6 up to 300 horsepower with certain option packages. The 292-horsepower version is still standard and, realistically, that's plenty for most drivers. The V6 Charger with 8-speed automatic delivers best-in-class fuel economy: up to 19/31 mpg City/Highway in the EPA estimate.

Even with the 370-horsepower 5.7-liter Hemi V8 and optional all-wheel drive, the Charger is a full-size family sedan with both strong performance and surprisingly thrifty EPA fuel economy, with an EPA-estimated 15/23 mpg City/Highway.

At the top end, the super-performance 2013 Charger SRT8 benefits from the addition of launch control and three driver-selectable modes for its adaptive damping suspension.

From the outside, the 2013 Charger looks a lot like an older rendering of the American sedan, but that appearance is misleading. The retro look is a self-confident exercise in sinuous American styling. The reborn Charger has been around since 2006. Model year 2011 brought a fresh new look that we like even better than the 2006-10 edition. The original Dodge Charger was launched as a 1966 model. General Lee was a '69.

The interior, however, is anything but old style. It's richly furnished with cutting-edge conveniences, advanced technology and the no-nonsense functionalism buyers demand. A first-rate, 8.4-inch touch-screen navigation system is coupled with a rearview camera and ancillary controls for climate and audio. The navigation system is sensationally intuitive, transparent, and pleasing to use, among the best we've seen. It's very easy to read and very easy to understand. Underscoring this user-friendliness, the audio controls for volume and tuning are accomplished with old-fashioned, practical radial knobs, easy to operate while driving on rough roads. And following through, each of these knobs is furnished with a nice rubber feel as you make your one-touch adjustments.

Dodge Charger is a classic combination: a full-size Detroit sedan with strong performance and unmistakable American looks, selling at an attractive price. Compared with the full-size Dodge sedan of 20 or 30 years ago, a new Charger will reward the owner with exciting styling, world-class engineering and impressive value. You no longer have to buy American because it's patriotic. With cars like this, you buy American because it's smart.

Model Lineup
The 2013 Dodge Charger is available with V6 or V8 power. Rear-wheel drive is standard. All-wheel drive (AWD) is available for SXT, SXT Plus, and R/T models.

Charger SE ($25,995) comes standard with a 3.6-liter 292-hp V6, rear-wheel drive, 5-speed automatic transmission with manual selection, cloth upholstery, 6-way power driver's seat, 60/40 split rear seat, cruise control, manual tilt-telescopic steering column, power windows with express front up/down, rear window defroster, 4.3-inch touch-screen audio and media center, six audio speakers, USB port with iPod control, auxiliary input jack, power door locks, keyless remote, push-button start, power trunk-lid release, two 12-volt outlets, intelligent battery sensor, LED-illuminated front cup holders, rear seat armrest with cup holders, map pockets front and rear, illuminated sun visor vanity mirrors, front overhead console, LED-illuminated rear handles and reading lamps, electronic color vehicle information center, urethane shift knob and steering wheel, trunk cargo net and full trunk liner with emergency deck-lid release, dual deck-lid lamps, and 17-inch aluminum wheels with 215/65R17 all-season touring tires. The Connectivity Group for SE ($495) includes Uconnect 4.3S voice command with Bluetooth, auto-dimming rearview mirror, leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls and leather-wrapped shift knob. Also optional is an 8-speed automatic transmission ($1,300).

Charger SXT ($28,995) comes standard with the 8-speed automatic and the Connectivity Group, plus halogen fog lamps, heated power mirrors, dual-zone front climate controls, humidity sensor, LED-illuminated front/rear map pockets, front overhead console with dome lamp and universal HomeLink, 8.4-inch touch-screen display with Uconnect 8.4 voice command, premium Alpine 276-watt audio, 12-way power driver's seat, heated front seats, automatic defog, and remote start. Charger SXT Plus ($30,995) adds leather seats with accent stitching,12-way power front passenger seat, heated rear seats, ambient lighting in the front foot wells, LED illumination in the overhead console, heated and cooled cup holders, security alarm, and 18-inch wheels with 235/55R18 all-season performance tires.

Charger R/T ($29,995) features the 5.7-liter 370-hp Hemi V8 with Four-Cylinder Mode Fuel Save Technology, mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission; plus HID headlamps, cloth-upholstered sport seats, 160mph speedometer, and chassis and mechanical upgrades the handle the additional horsepower. Otherwise it is equipped the same as the SXT. R/T Plus ($31,995) adds back all SXT Plus equipment, including leather covering for the sport seats. Charger R/T Max ($36,495) adds mirror-mounted puddle lamps, rain-sensing wipers, adaptive cruise control with forward collision warning, a rear parking sensor, rear cross-path sensor, SmartBeam headlamps, the navigation package (described below), the Beats audio package (ditto), power adjustable pedals, heated and ventilated front seats, power tilt-and-telescope steering column, blind spot monitoring, and 245/45R20 all-season performance tires on 20-inch chrome wheels.

Charger R/T Road & Track ($33,995) begins with R/T Plus trim and adds a high speed engine controller, high-speed (3.06:1) rear axle, black leather seats with suede centers, heated and ventilated front seats, power adjustable pedals, paddle shifters, power tilt-and-telescope steering column, rain-sensing wipers, rear deck spoiler, a unique honeycomb grille, and 245/45R20 all-season performance tires on 20-inch chrome wheels. It's available only with rear-wheel drive, and paint and interior color choices are limited. The Super Track Pak ($400) adds Goodyear Eagle 1 Super Car three-season tires, high-performance brake shoes, and unique suspension and steering.

Charger SRT8 ($46,250) boasts a 6.4-liter Hemi V8 with 470 horsepower, plus a special SRT heated steering wheel with paddle shifters for manual shifting, a new three-mode adaptive damping suspension, an now-standard electronic launch control. Standard equipment hovers somewhere between Charger R/T Plus and R/T Max. A 19-speaker Harman Kardon 900-watt audio system ($1995) is an exclusive option.

Charger SRT8 Super Bee ($43,250) which, much like the various Dodge Super Bee models of 1969-71, deletes some high-end equipment in favor of a more accessible price, while establishing its own in-your-face attitude. The 2013 Super Bee includes paddle shifters, heated steering wheel, power steering column, automatic climate control, auto-dimming outside mirror, heated cup holders, HomeLink, SiriusXM radio, and power adjustable pedals that get axed to sharpen the Super Bee's focus. Additionally, two 12-way heated and ventilated power seats are exchanged for a six-way on the driver's side only; upholstery is black cloth with a unique off-set silver stripe. Paint choices are limited to white, black, or Plum Crazy. Options are more limited as well.

Optional all-wheel drive ($2,500) for SXT, SXT Plus, and most versions of the R/T includes upgraded brakes, unique suspension tuning and 19-inch rims wrapped with 235/55R19 all-season tires.

The Rallye Appearance Group ($1895), available only on rear-wheel-drive SXT and SXT Plus, upgrades the V6 to 300 horsepower and dials the suspension and brakes up to the R/T level. Paddle shifters, sport seats, a deck lid spoiler and 12-channel Beats by Dr. Dre audio are also included; and it all rolls on 245/45R20 tires on 20-inch aluminum wheels painted to match the body. The Blacktop Package ($1995) adds the same upgrades and equipment to the same models, but with blacked-out wheels and grille.

From there the possibilities expand dizzyingly, with pages of options and packages. Most are available only on certain models. Among them: Driver Convenience Group adds heated and ventilated front seats with driver memory, power-adjustable heated mirrors with memory, power-adjustable pedals with memory, power tilt/telescoping steering column with memory. Driver Confidence Group includes blind-spot monitoring, rear cross path detection, ParkView rear backup camera, high-intensity headlamps, exterior mirrors with courtesy lamps, rain-sensing wipers and SmartBeam headlamps; Adaptive Cruise Control Group adds forward collision warning with adaptive cruise control and heated steering wheel. Navigation Group includes Uconnect 8.4N voice command with Garmin navi, SiriusXM Traffic, SiriusXM Travel Link, and ParkView rearview camera.

Safety features on all Dodge Chargers includes electronic traction control (TCS), electronic stability control (ESC), anti-lock brakes (ABS), electronic brake distribution (EBD), brake assist, rain brake support, hill-start assist, automatic headlamps, active front head restraints, all federally mandated airbags (seven), front seatbelt pretensioners, lower anchors and tethers for children (LATCH), occupant restraint controller. Optional all-wheel drive can improve handling stability in adverse conditions, and the optional rearview camera can help the driver spot a child behind the car when backing up.

Walkaround
This latest-generation Dodge Charger is immediately recognizable. The front says it's a Dodge, even though its design theme began life on the 1960 Chrysler 300 and was most recently revived on the 1994 Dodge Ram pickup truck. It's been a Dodge exclusive since then, and while the current Ram and Charger could not be more different, the aggressive, muscular cruciform grille suits both perfectly. Achieving that kind of unmistakable model-line identity is no small achievement.

In like manner, the tail of the Charger uses the same array of full-width taillamps made famous on the Charger in the '60s. It's a handsome look that is instantly recognizable to anyone familiar with historic Dodge styling cues. The Charger expresses pride in where Dodge, Chrysler Corporation, and for that matter, all American cars have been during the last few turbulent decades.

The body of the second-generation modern Charger is crisply styled throughout. It is considerably edgier and more muscular than its immediate predecessor, which had great promise but was, by comparison, a bit of a lump. Along the sides of the car are slanting, angular indentations that echo similar features of the 1968-70 Charger as well as the racy, rear-facing engine-room vents made so famous on the all-conquering Dodge Viper supercar. In the Charger, these are unmistakably bad looking in all of the right street-savvy ways.

Continuing this street look, in profile, the car's dramatically low roofline tapers downward rapidly at the car's mid-point. In combination with its high waistline and compressed greenhouse, the car expresses a secretive, almost hot-rod chopped appearance. Occupants seem to peer outward from sinister gun slit-like windows. Yet for all of its hunched-over appearance, the occupants' outward visibility is quite good enough.

When the Charger's dynamic outward appearance is combined with its strong performance, this is an American muscle sedan with the credentials to appeal to a broad range of tastes.

Interior
Examining the Charger's interior, we started in the back seat to investigate just how limited seating room might be underneath this low roofline. Inevitably, tall backseat passengers will have to scrunch down a little, though moderately tall riders will be just fine. The rear cabin is comfortable and roomy without being huge. The top of the backlight has multi-linear applique black stripes, providing a bit of shade from the sun and simultaneously creating the impression from outside that the rear window is even lower and more hooded.

The rear seat is firm and supportive, with a fairly hard back-cushion. A central pull-down elbow rest contains two cup holders and a stowage compartment. Dual rear-seat climate vents are provided, together with a 12-volt outlet and (optional) rear seat heaters. Deluxe.

Our test car featured two-tone black and Radar Red Nappa leather upholstery. The front-seat display is mildly spartan, but not in the sense of being cold or under-supplied. Rather, the instrumentation has attractive, classy white-on-black dials. The display itself, uncomplicated and straightforward, is simple modern.

The dashboard has a sleek, scooped-out titanium-look central motif. (It's actually a distinctive shade of silver fans of older Dodges and Chryslers will fondly remember.) Below the tachometer (which has no redline because automatic shifting prevents over-revving) and speedometer are a water temperature gauge and a fuel gauge. Also included in the instrumentation is a compass and an exterior temperature readout.

Between these instruments, an Info board delivers a list of performance parameters, including coolant temperature, oil temperature, oil pressure, transmission temperature, engine hours, tire pressure and several measures of instant and trip fuel mileage. Our one complaint here was that gaining access to this Info board's numerous categories of data was confusing and took some non-intuitive hunting around.

The navi screen, by contrast, was excellent, intuitive, and immediately accessible. Navigation is by simple plan view. The screen is bright, easily read and devoid of complex graphics. Its touch-screen offers Radio, Controls, Climate, Navigation, Phone and More, the latter signifying SiriusXM Travel Link and a Settings inventory. The system was upgraded last year (for 2102), with hands-free texting, voice commands for Garmin navigation, SiriusXM Traffic, and full iPod control features. Chrysler and Dodge have one of the best navigation systems currently available.

On the steering wheel are controls for the Info board, voice activation and cruise control. On the rear of the steering wheel, where the paddle shifters would be on the R/T Road & Track and SRT8 models, we found a complex set of six different touch buttons. These were designed for manipulating radio volume, selecting stations, bands and pre-selects, but they were a classic instance of too much of a good thing. Mastering which of these buttons controlled what functions, and using the buttons efficiently for their intended purpose would take some serious concentration.

In place of paddle shifters, our test car had a sequential 5-speed manu-matic shifter: It operated independently or could be manually selected. The system had a nice provision whereby if you wanted to cancel manual shifting and return to automatic, you simply push the lever to the right for about one second. Immediately, the transmission returns to selecting its own gears. The manual selector delivered fast, positive manual shifts. Excellent.

In the center console, our test car had two heated-or-cooled cupholders, a deluxe touch.

Driving Impressions
The stark four-letter badges on the car's sides say, Hemi. Not a lot more need be said. This is a serious American V8, with torque and horsepower enough to pin you back in your seat or, just as surely, enough poise to potter along as complacently as you like.

And because this is a fully self-confident powerplant, Dodge sees no need to hype it with a sudden, falsely energetic throttle pedal. Throttle response is immediate and proportional, allowing smooth, forceful acceleration.

Dodge's Fuel-Saver Technology cancels four cylinders when they aren't needed, also eliminating needless fuel flow when decelerating. In our AWD test car, EPA-rated City fuel mileage, at 15 mpg, is as meager as would be expected in a big V8. But the Charger's 23 mpg Highway fuel consumption is good, considering that this is nearly six liter's worth of Hemi.

All-wheel drive is always a useful thing to have aboard, delivering massively better traction and dynamic balance in almost any driving. And the minute you begin driving the Charger R/T Plus AWD, it's clear that this car is a complete break from the Dodges of decades ago.

All AWD Chargers come with a touring suspension, rather than the performance suspension found on models with the Hemi and RWD. Yet our test car proved a remarkably stable, grippy driver. There was only moderate lean, squat or dive during cornering, acceleration or braking. Pushed hard on dry pavement, the all-wheel drive always gives you just a little more cornering grip than you expect.

Ride quality is very good, and the car's solid structure soaks up road surface irregularities with ease. Yet as relatively compliant as the ride is, steering is lively and communicative, keeping you in direct touch with the road. The thick, sturdy leather-wrapped steering wheel underscores the well-developed solidity of the car. With its variable-assist electronic steering, the driver is encouraged to think of this Charger as not nearly as large and cumbersome as outward appearances may suggest. Despite its dimensions, this is a crisp, sporty muscle sedan. It incites confidence and enjoyable driving.

Braking performance is exemplary. The R/T Road & Track model boasts bigger, more forceful Brembo disc brakes, good for reducing fade when driving on a race track and repeatedly hammering the brakes. AWD and Hemi models come with 13.6-inch vented front discs and 12.6-inch vented rear discs. (In non-AWD V6 models, the standard front and rear brake rotors are both 12.6 inches.) The 13.6-inch brakes provided massive, balanced non-skid stopping power, especially in combination with the multiple electronic brake-assist technologies of rain brake support, ready alert braking, electronic stability control, all-speed traction control and hill-start assist.

The Charger SRT8 can accelerate from 0-60 mph in the high 4-second range and can cover the standing quarter-mile in the high 12-second range. Top speed is 175 mph, according to Dodge. The SRT8 can brake from 60-0 mph in 120 feet.

Summary
The 2013 Dodge Charger is a dynamic, forceful road car that starts, stops and corners with poise. If Dodge had come anywhere near to this kind of Charger years ago, the company would have been every buyer's hero. This is an American sedan to be proud of.

Ted West filed this NewCarTestDrive.com report. John F. Katz also contributed.

Model as tested
Dodge Charger R/T AWD ($32,495)
Basic Warranty
5 years/100,000 miles
Assembled in
Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Destination charge
995
Gas guzzler tax
N/A
Base Price
25995
Price as tested
38375
Options as tested
29P Charger R/T Plus Group ($2000), security alarm, Nappa leather seats, heated second-row seats, 8-way power driver and passenger seats, driver/passenger 4-way power lumbar support, heated/cooled front seats, front overhead LED lighting, driver and passenger lower LED lamps, 180-amp alternator; Driver Confidence Group ($995), blind-spot monitoring, rear cross path detection, high-intensity headlamps, exterior mirrors with courtesy lamps, rain-sensing wipers, smart-beam headlamps, Parkview rear back-up camera; Driver Convenience Group ($895), heated and ventilated front seats with driver memory, power-adjustable heated mirrors with memory, power-adjustable pedals with memory, power tilt/telescoping steering column with memory; Navigation/Rear Back-Up Camera Group ($995) Uconnect 8.4N with Garmin navigation, SiriusXM Traffic, SiriusXM Travel Link
Model Line Overview
Model lineup
Dodge Charger SE ($25,995); Charger SXT ($28,995); Charger R/T ($29,995); Charger SRT8 ($46,250)
Safety equipment (standard)
front airbags, front side airbags, side curtain front and rear airbags, active head restraints, tire pressure monitor, auto-dimming rearview mirror; electronic traction control (TCS), electronic stability control (ESC), anti-lock brakes (ABS), electronic brake distribution (EBD), brake assist, rain brake support, hill-start assist, automatic headlamps, active front head restraints, all federally mandated airbags (seven), front seat-belt pretensioners, lower anchors and tethers for children (LATCH), occupant restraint controller
Safety equipment (optional)
N/A
Engines
5.7-liter sohc 16-valve V8
Transmissions
5-speed automatic
Specifications as Tested
cloth upholstery, heated front sport seats, 8-way power driver's seat w/ 4-way power lumbar support, 60/40 split rear seat, cruise control, manual tilt-telescopic steering column, dual exhausts, cap-less fuel fill, acoustic front and side glass, power windows with express front up/down, rear window defroster, remote windows down, 8.4-in. touch-screen audio and media center with voice command, six audio speakers, USB port with iPod control, auxiliary input jack, power door locks, remote keyless driver's/all-door entry, push-button start, power trunk-lid release, two 12-volt outlets, intelligent battery sensor, LED-illuminated heated/cooled front cup holders, rear seat armrest with cup holders, map pockets front and rear, illuminated sun visor vanity mirrors, front overhead console, LED-illuminated rear handles and reading lamps, electronic color vehicle information center, leather-wrapped shift knob and steering wheel, trunk cargo net and full trunk liner with emergency deck-lid release, dual deck-lid lamps
Engine & Transmission
Engine
5.7-liter sohc 16-valve V8
Drivetrain type
all-wheel drive
Horsepower (hp @ rpm)
370 @ 5250
Transmission
EPA fuel economy, city/hwy
15/23
Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm)
N/A
Suspension
Brakes, front/rear
vented disc/vented disc with ABS, electronic brake distribution (EBD), brake assist, rain brake support, hill-start assist, ready alert braking
Suspension, front
independent, short and long arm with high upper A-arms, lateral and diagonal lower links, coil springs over gas-charged shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Tires
P235/55R19
Suspension, rear
independent, five-link with coil springs, gas-charged shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Accomodations
Seating capacity
5
Head/hip/leg room, middle
N/A
Head/hip/leg room, front
38.6/56.2/41.8
Head/hip/leg room, rear
36.6/56.1/40.1
Measurements
Fuel capacity
N/A
Trunk volume
16.5
Wheelbase
120.2
Length/width/height
199.9/75.0/58.4
Turning circle
38.7
Payload
N/A
Towing capacity
1000
Track, front/rear
63.4/63.8
Ground clearance
4.9
Curb weight
4450
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