2011 Dodge Charger Comfort & Quality

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Comfort & Quality
Despite the highly emotional styling of the 2011 Dodge Charger, which might just turn off some sensible, comfort-minded shoppers, the Charger doesn't fare too badly as a stock American-issue sedan.

Big door cut-outs, a tall roofline, wide and lightly bolstered front seats and fairly spacious back seat put the Charger near the front of the line for all sorts of pedestrian uses, from police duty to real-estate caravanning. The only caveat to that is that the Charger's ride quality isn't quite up to par with cushy cruisers like the Toyota Avalon, or even a number of German sport sedans.

If you can humble the HEMI's throaty rumble—Chrysler's damped it a little with thicker glass and more soundproofing—it's fine domestic transportation down to its high airbag count and high-tech safety grafts, like active cruise control, rearview camera, and blind-spot monitors.

The 2011 Dodge Charger is quite comfortable; don't let the styling (or the name) make you think otherwise.

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