2014 Dodge Charger Values

Select a 2014 Dodge Charger trim level

2014 model year changes

The Redline trim is new for 2014, and adds 20-inch wheels, several aero accessories, a "Beats by Dre" sound system and a sport-tuned exhaust which good for an additional eight horsepower from the V6 engine. Several new colors are also available for 2014, but the Charger remains otherwise unaltered.

Competitive comparison

Retro-stylish design with modern details; muscle-car performance; modern safety features; wide range of models; available all-wheel drive; good gas mileage for V6 models

Special features for 2014

The Dodge Charger is a full-size sedan, offering strong V6 and V8 engines, along with rear-wheel drive--or all-wheel drive for some models. Chrysler also claims that the all-wheel drive system that's available in the Charger is the most advanced system offered in its class, as it completely disconnects the front wheels when not needed. Styling itself is also a big part of the Charger's appeal, as it pairs retro-muscle-car cues with modern touches. Also, the R/T and SRT8 models offer phenomenally good straight-line performance, with a drag-strip-worthy quarter-mile time in the high 12-second range, or zero to 60 in less than five seconds--yet with top speed at 175 mph and braking distance at just 120 feet from 60 mph, the SRT8 also chases supercars. Base Charger SE models are value-priced at about the same money as front-wheel-drive V6 mid-size sedans, while Dodge boasts that the Charger R/T is the most affordable V8 sedan in America and the Charger SXT is most affordable full-size car with 20-inch wheels. Gas mileage isn't bad either, provided owners go for the V6, which achieves up to 31 mpg on the highway with rear-wheel drive or 27 mpg with all-wheel drive.