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2020 Edition of Charger: The Age Old Sedan from Dodge    

by Clare Louise

The Charger has been around us for fifteen long years. But when you see it in the 2020 year garb, you can recognize it even from a distance. It hasn’t changed on the outside much, but inside, it is all new and fresh.

For this we must thank the automaker that has relentlessly pursuing the required changes which will be best for this long trusted, steadily popular sedan, at a phase of time, when crossover SUVs are ruling the automotive market.

Changes Done for 2020 Model Year Series

We learned from the New Buffalo Chrysler dealer that for 2020, Dodge introduced two new variants of performance boosting trims. One is the R/T Scat Pack Widebody and the other, the SRT Hellcat Widebody. The most apparent difference among the two is the rear edge, where Dodge has sculpted a newly crafted series of aerodynamic elements mainly on the bumper making the fenders spread wider even with the otherwise existing design.

We also can see a new Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition added on the SRT Hellcat Widebody trim that receives an extra 10 units of horsepower under its hood, in addition to a unique looking exterior graphics.

So, the 2020 version of Dodge Charger queues up as SXT, SXT AWD, GT, R/T, R/T Scat Pack and SRT Hellcat models mirroring the 2019 model year lineup.

Power Suppliers

Dodge lays a handful of efficient powertrains to keep up the expectations that the Charger has always raised. There are both V-6 and V-8 models, the latter having three different capacitive versions.

The lowest is a 3.6-liter V-6 engine which has proven its mettle after being tied up with an 8-speed automatic transmission shooting out 292 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque on the base model and pumps it up to 300 hp and 264 lb-ft of torque when driven with the SXT AWD version and GT models.

Step up the next height and get your Charger being charged up with a supercharged, 6.2-liter V-8 engine, found under the hood of the SRT Hellcat and SRT Hellcat Widebody trim models, among which the latter squeezes out an acceleration time of3.6 seconds to raise a speed of 60 mph from a dead stop. You can drive the 2020 Dodge Charger maximum at the speed of 196-mph, of course after making sure there’s nothing in your sight to hit on.

Ease and Fun of Driving

Driving the 2020 Dodge Charger is no child’s play. It is a significantly large car, that should have asked you a cautious driving habit. But when it is Dodge, you can rely upon its habit of nurturing the required confidence in the driver with its performance-friendly engineering tweaks. The automaker never ignored a timely upgrade for its steadily enhancing performance score. For this Dodge has relentlessly upgraded the suspension on most trims. The sales staff of the New Buffalo Dodge dealer demonstrated how on the V-8 models, the suspension  got stiffer springs with every yearly upgrade along with its dampers that got sharper to maintain itssmashing acceleration records but at the same time, helped even the novice drivers to manage the twisty roads with all the necessary reminders.

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