Majority of American road were quite lousy with all those full-size, majorly front-engine, and minimum V-8 powered, the rear-drive and in most cases domestic sedans. However, now, and especially with FoMoCo’s Crown Vic or Town Car, or the Grand Marquis that are far gone, it sometimes feels like the quite big LX platform, that still underpins the Dodge Charger model as well as Chrysler 300, as they actually are better off in a zoo. As this would be quite unfair to the drivers and the zoo goers.
When compared to the previous Charger models, the new vehicle kind of looks a little lower and somewhat longer, though it’s just a visual trick that is accomplished mostly by a little faster rake of the car’s windshield. The 2011 Charger is in reality shorter and fairly taller, by around 0,2 inches in both cases. Trim levels are sport-dual and exhaust tips. However, except for the SE trim level, which actually comes with 17” wheels. All the rear-drive Chargers can ride on 18- or the 20-inch wheels. The V-6 Charger 2011 can be also optioned to look like the R/T without the badge, if you may so desire.