2020 Dodge Charger Sedan Infotainment and Interior Features
Muscle car is a true American marvel and the Charger being a quintessential pony car, entices the audience with its V8 rumble or a V6 powertrain. From heart-pounding power to staggering efficiency, it makes for one memorable ride. The primary platform hasn't changed since the modern-day Charger debuted for 2005, it can thrash rivals on a drag strip and after that, you can take your family on a long drive.
The base engine for SXT trim is a 3.6-litre V6 that delivers 292 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. In the SXT AWD and GT, the V6 is rated at 300 horsepower and 264 pound-feet. In the Charger R/T, a 5.7-litre V8 makes 370 horsepower and 395 pound-feet of torque, for 0-60 mph acceleration in less than 6.0 seconds. The R/T Scat Pack boasts a 485-horsepower, 6.4-liter V-8 that slashes 0-60 mph time to about 4.5 seconds.
Seating and Comfort
The Dodge Charger may not seem a sensible as a family car, but step inside and you will feel that it is highly practical among muscle car trio. It's handsome inside emphasizes a cockpit-like dash that angles most of the relevant bits toward the driver. Very spacious form the inside the Charger features a well-built cabin, but it is largely crafted of hard plastic. Ride along with the whole crew, the Dodge Charger can conveniently seat a family of five to maximize the fun.
The front seats are broad and comfortable and feature a lot of bolstering. Rear-seat support is surprisingly great, with reasonable hip-, head- and legroom providing an abundance of room for adults. You can get heated front and rear seats as an option. They remain comfortable over a long period of time and keeps on place when you are going enthusiastically on corners. Front visibility is acceptable, but the rear visibility is hindered because of the thick roof pillars and small rear window.
The trunk is average, while small-item storage is subpar. Car seat accommodation is merely acceptable. Sure, it can be a usable family vehicle on daily drives, but there are better choices for holding a bunch of stuff.
The Charger has 16.5 cubic feet of trunk space – a typical total for the class. Split-folding rear seats give you the flexibility to haul larger items, but the high liftover height and awkward trunk angles may make it difficult to load cargo. Small-item storage space in the cabin gets mixed reviews.
Infotainment and Interior Features
The Dodge Challenger comes with the omnipresent Uconnect infotainment which is very intuitive to use. Chrysler’s Uconnect 4C NAV comes loaded with features that make it easy to stay connected like Navigation, Hands-Free Calling and more. As a reward, every trim level comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as a standard for integration to your smartphone. The voice controls use a simple, easy-to-learn structure and take basic commands for the audio, navigation and hands-free calling. Connecting your smartphone makes things even more familiar.
The standard 8.4-inch touchscreen is usefully large and features icons that can be easily selected with a finger. There are volume and tuning knobs for quick audio-system adjustments. While the navigation responds quickly to inputs with a large onscreen keyboard, the map graphics look dated and cartoony.
The available Dual-Zone Automatic Temperature Control (ATC) with humidity sensor allows you and your front passenger to select your ideal comfort levels. Once set, ATC will maintain those temperatures regardless of the outside temperature and environmental changes.
The Dodge Charger is a great place to spend your time with a pleasant and spacious interior. A full-size sedan that carries one of the most recognizable nameplates among American muscle cars, the 2019 Dodge Charger upholds the model's tradition of combining aggressive looks with a performance that ranges from sufficient to outrageous.