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2011 Dodge Charger - Fuel Economy / MPG

 
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As a muscle sedan with big-displacement engines, the 2011 Dodge Charger was born to run fast—and not to be very green.
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Final 2011-model-year EPA fuel economy estimates for the Dodge Charger still hadn't been released at the time of posting. Last year's figures ranged from 18 mpg city, 26 highway (17/25 with the popular 3.5-liter V-6) down to 16/25 with the Hemi. We anticipate that figures with the new 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 might be up slightly from the former 3.5-liter, however mileage with the V-8s, which continue to get technology that can deactivate cylinders when cruising or coasting, will remain the same. That five-speed automatic (one or several gears fewer than most rival models) can't be helping either.

Final 2011-model-year EPA fuel economy estimates for the Dodge Charger still hadn't been released at the time of posting. Last year's figures ranged from 18 mpg city, 26 highway (17/25 with the popular 3.5-liter V-6) down to 16/25 with the Hemi. We anticipate that figures with the new 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 might be up slightly from the former 3.5-liter, however mileage with the V-8s, which continue to get technology that can deactivate cylinders when cruising or coasting, will remain the same. That five-speed automatic (one or several gears fewer than most rival models) can't be helping either.

Conclusion

As a muscle sedan with big-displacement engines, the 2011 Dodge Charger was born to run fast—and not to be very green.

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