The Dodge Charger isn't a luxury car, and most of its variations don't quite make it into muscle-car or full on sport sedan territory, but it's good at playing both of those roles.
The Chrysler 300 is the Charger's platform-mate and closest competitor, sharing the same drivetrains while offering a more upscale interior.
The Ford Taurus is more engaging than the Charger if it's equipped with Ford's EcoBoost V-6, but its rear seat is disappointingly small.
The Hyundai Genesis sedan is tuned more softly than the Charger, making it a less assertive alternative.
The Nissan Maxima looks like a sport sedan, but in truth it's more comfortable and luxurious than engaging to drive.
The Jaguar XF may seem like it comes out of left field here, but its strong V-8 and overt styling make it a solid contender for the HEMI-equipped Charger R/T and SRT.
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