2014 Dodge Charger Owners Manual – A several-door Challenger if there actually was a single, the Dodge Charger goes in 2014 with a strong base V-6 and a handful of excellent ol’ fashioned V-8s. The base Charger is powered by a 3.6-liter V-6 which enables 292-hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. A five-velocity automated is regular, but we recommend investing a bit more money for the 8-speed intelligent, which enhances gasoline economy and velocity. The middle-stage engine is a 5.7-liter V-8 making 363 hp and 394 lb-ft of torque, although the range-topper is the Charger SRT8’s 6.4-liter 470 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque V-8. Equally V-8s are paired with a 5 various-rate auto.
No matter whether you opt for the V-6 or the V-8, the Charger is a great car. “The Charger’s finest attribute, even so, is precisely how easy it is,” we wrote of a V-6-run 2012 SXT, “The engine may possibly competitor BMW’s impressive inline-sixes, while the transmission’s shifts are as smooth as they get. ” We’ve also praised the substantial-zoot Charger SRT8, “The Charger [SRT8]’s dynamics are the most outstanding portion. Even though its powerful powertrain could possibly get you in difficulty on admittance if you do not plan meticulously (assistance: brake early on), this huge sedan takes to edges with composure, reply, and communication that competition – may be even bests – some notable German performance sedans.”
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The Charger doesn’t get any considerable updates for 2014. There’s a new Redline package on the V-6-driven Charger SXT, which operates as a V-6 performance package. It offers a minor horsepower lump, sports goodies, and intense-looking toned.
Like its Chrysler 300, and Dodge Challenger siblings, the Charger continues to be basically unaffected for 2014. There’s a new Redline package on the Charger SXT, which provides sports suspensions and directing, black chrome tires, sports seats, and a slight horsepower hit from 292 hp to 300 hp.