TheCarConnection.com finds the 2010 Dodge Charger features an interior that’s highlighted by comfortable seats and an impressive level of quality from the designers at Chrysler.
Reviewers on the whole are generally quite impressed with the seating arrangement inside the 2010 Dodge Charger. The vehicle is capable of seating five with Cars.com, claiming that "the seats have power adjustments and are quite comfortable." ConsumerGuide concurs, giving the Dodge Charger high marks for its "spacious" front seats, with "ample headroom and legroom" and "generously sized seats." The rear seats aren’t bad, with Autoblog noting that "the Charger's long 120-inch wheelbase means that back seat passengers have ample leg room and can stretch out in comfort. The only downside is that the sloping roofline may cut into some occupants head room compared to a 300." Autoblog observes that "for those whose proportions of leg-to-arm length might not match whatever standard size the interior designers selected, there is also switch on the side of the driver's seat that allows the entire pedal cluster to be adjusted for distance from the seat."
The 2010 Dodge Charger also allows for quite a bit of storage space because of its large design, especially compared to some big-name competitors. Cars.com says that "if you need room to carry large items, the Charger also has a standard 60/40-split folding backseat, a feature that's less common in large cars than it is in compact and midsize models." ConsumerGuide is of the mind that the Dodge "Charger's trunk is usefully sized and shaped, but a relatively small opening complicates loading bulky objects. The standard split-folding 60/40 rear seatbacks enhance versatility, though they don't lay completely flat."
Chrysler cars are usually not the hallmark of interior materials though the 2010 Dodge Charger does dissipate that belief. Cars.com claims that the "Charger has one of Dodge's better interiors in terms of materials quality, panel fit and refinement of the controls." There’s disparity between reviewers, however, as Automobile Magazine argues the SRT8's interior is not "as good as it should be for $44,000," but ConsumerGuide finds the materials "are appropriate for these prices, with solid feel and a nice array of padded surfaces." Autoblog sorts it out, casting its vote in favor of appropriate quality by insisting that "the materials on the dashboard are now soft touch with a more appealing texture. There are no more visible edges with unfinished parting lines from the molds. We're still not talking Lexus or Infiniti here, but this is a Dodge at a Dodge price point.”
The 2010 Dodge Charger deals with interior noise well. Cars.com finds that it is "rather quiet in the cabin, with only a hint of wind noise," whereas ConsumerGuide claims that "wind rush [is] evident at highway speeds."