Shopping for a new Dodge Charger?
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FEATURES | 9 out of 10
Newly available on the 2010 Dodge Charger is Chrysler's uconnect multimedia suite
Upscale features included standard dual-zone automatic air conditioning and an optional entertainment and navigation system
The 2010 Dodge Charger, like most new Chrysler vehicles, is packed with standard features. However, it must be noted that options are also vast enough to significantly affect the price of the car.
ConsumerGuide finds that all versions of the 2010 Dodge Charger get features like "air conditioning, interior air filter, tilt/telescopic steering wheel, cruise control...AM/FM/CD/MP3 player," and full power accessories. Cars.com says that with the Dodge Charger SXT, a "Boston Acoustics speaker system" is standard, while the Dodge Charger R/T and SRT8 get "heated front seats [and] a power passenger seat," states ConsumerGuide.
One could spend a while on the options brochures. Cars.com notes the availability of "an optional entertainment and navigation system," while Autoblog highlights "the navigation system in the Charger [is] also equipped with Sirius traffic information." ConsumerGuide claims "newly available on the 2009 Dodge Charger is Chrysler's uconnect multimedia suite, which can include a wireless cell phone link, 30-gigabyte hard drive for storing digital music and picture files, and a navigation system with real-time traffic information." Kelley Blue Book likes the option of "a power sunroof." Also, there's a Sirius Backseat TV entertainment system that beams live satellite TV straight into the rear cabin of the Dodge Charger.
The wide range of options offered on the 2010 Dodge Charger makes a huge difference to the price of the car, which could possibly run over $40,000.