Shopping for a new Dodge Charger?
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FEATURES | 9 out of 10
packed with a wide array of standard and optional features
can climb to more than $38,000 with options
Kelley Blue Book
The 2008 Dodge Charger is outfitted with lots of standard features. Options are comprehensive on the Charger; Dodge’s sedan gets pricey quickly with some high-tech features added to its interior.
All 2008 Dodge Chargers get air conditioning, a tilt and telescoping steering column, AM/FM stereo with CD player and auxiliary iPod jack, and remote keyless entry. Cars.com says the Charger SXT adds an air-filtration device and a Boston Acoustics speaker system. HEMI-equipped R/T and SRT8 versions add sport seats, special badging and trim, and higher-end audio systems.
Kelley Blue Book reports a plethora of other options that include Bluetooth, DVD navigation system, automatic dual-zone climate control, adjustable pedals, a power sunroof, and heated, power-adjustable seats.
One of the more spectacular add-ons, according to Automotive, is the Sirius Backseat TV rear entertainment system, which brings a limited selection of satellite TV channels into the car’s backseat. Another option is MyGIG, which is a 20GB hard drive on which the user can store MP3s, video files, digital images, navigation map info--just about anything you can put on your home PC.
The 2008 Dodge Charger has some spartan versions—but lots of cutting-edge features are offered.