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Great design; modern safety features; wide range of models; available all-wheel drive; good gas mileage for V6 models; supercar performance in SRT Hellcat
Dodge has shuffled the lineup of the Charger sedan for 2019. Previously available in AWD, the GT trim is now rear-drive only, while the SXT now offers the option of all-wheel drive. The SRT 392 has been discontinued, while the Daytona trim has morphed into a package for R/T and Scat Pack models. The Charger Scat Pack and Hellcat trims now include line lock and launch control, with the Hellcat also offering torque reserve, which builds boost while stopped to aid in faster launches, and the After-Run Chiller system borrowed from the Demon, which helps cool the supercharger by using a/c refrigerant. R/T and GT models have a revised hood and front fascia, upgraded performance suspension and Dodge Performance Pages to analyze performance metrics in real time.