There has to be not new beneath the 2018 DODGE Charger Specification’s hood. We anticipate visiting a typical 3.6-liter V6 with 292 horsepower. The not compulsory Ralleye Group bumps this 3.6-liter V6 to 300 hp. A little more power has got the R/T and Daytona model’s 5.7-liter Hemi V8 with 370 hp.
A stride up will be the R/T Scat Pack and 392 models getting a 485-hp 6.4-liter V8. Topping the amount could be the mighty Hellcat model getting a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that injects 707 hp. All engines come standard with rear-wheel drive, because the 3.6-liter V6s get optional all-wheel drive.
A year ago, the 2018 DODGE Charger Review experienced a few behind-the-scenes changes being an upgraded infotainment system, a completely new exhaust, plus much more. With folks updates buttoning up a couple of from the Charger’s handful of issues, we do not expect any significant changes for your 2018 model year.
After its refresh that added new lighting, it needed some time for fans to warm watch out to the Charger. With fans back aboard, we view pointless for Dodge to rock the boat at the moment. We expect this same inadequate change to continue inside, that’s a disappointment, since the cabin feels somewhat low-grade alongside numerous its greater-finish competition. Buyers trying to find change don’t need to wait extended, after we expect an entire redesign sometime next season.
Using the visuals remaining the identical, we predict no tweaks to plain features. When the ends up true, look for the 2018 Charger to keep with standard 17-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry and ignition, dual-zone cooling and heating, power driver’s seat, 5-inch touchscreen, six-speaker seem system, plus much more.
There has to be not new beneath the 2018 Charger’s hood. We anticipate visiting a typical 3.6-liter V6 with 292 horsepower. The not compulsory Ralleye Group bumps this 3.6-liter V6 to 300 hp. A little more power has got the R/T and Daytona model’s 5.7-liter Hemi V8 with 370 hp.
Elsewhere inside the 2018 DODGE Charger Redesign selection, the 2018 Dodge Challenger will get yourself a new variant referred to as SRT Demon. It’ll be characterised with a kind of the Hellcat engine getting a fiercer growl, a wider stance and updated driving dynamics. You’ll find presently no signs the Charger will get an identical treatment.
The current Dodge Charger rides by having an older platform which results in some struggles inside the safety department. In IIHS testing, the 2017 Charger received “Good” ratings in four in the five tests, in the cruel small-overlap test, it received just a “Marginal” rating. The current Charger does, however, hold the latest safety goodies, like available front collision warning with automatic braking. With no changes planned, these ratings should stay in 2018.