The All New Dodge Charger Available at Pat McGrath
The new Charger is fierce, feisty and an American legend at its finest, and now can be found on the showroom of Cedar Rapids car dealer, Pat McGrath Chrylser Jeep Dodge Country!
The Dodge Charger four-door greets 2011 with a new interior, a powerful, efficient new engine, state-of-the-art technology and classic, “fastback coupe” styling cues of the Charger’s storied heritage.
For 2011, the all-new Dodge Charger (MSRP starting at $25,170) comes in SE, R/T and R/T AWD models. Five distinct packages – Rallye, Rallye Plus, R/T Plus, R/T Road & Track and R/T Max – offer high-value content for specific needs. A complete visual overhaul for 2011 gives the new Charger an even more aggressive stance, a variety of 1960’s design cues and undeniable curb appeal. From its lowered hood and faster roofline to its new “split-crosshair signature grille to the snazzy, full-width “racetrack” LED taillamps, the latest Charger is a muscle sedan that will draw admiring (or is it jealous?) stares.
The Charger has an exceptionally quiet and appealing interior. An all-new instrument panel design incorporates premium-grade materials everywhere – dash, seats and trim. Everything you see, every surface you touch, has been finely crafted in a cockpit that is resolutely driver-oriented. Clean new gauges and a thick new three-spoke steering wheel convey the Charger’s inherent performance leanings.
Dodge engineers were fanatical in their quest to control and refine the quality of the noise entering the cabin. To that end, a variety of features and techniques like double-pane glass, triple seals and additional insulation are being employed. Even the wheel wells have been given liners to help improve cabin acoustics, further enhancing the premium nature of the new interior.
High technology abounds. For instance, Keyless Enter-N-Go is standard. The available uconnect™ Touch interface delivers a full plate of advanced information and entertainment features via a straightforward, user-friendly, touch-screen interface. Whether you’re entering a destination in the segment-exclusive Garmin® navigation system or using the indispensable SIRIUS Travel Link service to check gas prices or show times, uconnect makes it so easy, you’ll wonder why you ever went without it.
Are you interested in the new 2011 Dodge Charger? If so, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 319-393-4610! Our helpful and friendly sales staff is ready and eager to assist you in your search for a new vehicle!
The Charger’s highly sophisticated all-wheel drive system features an active transfer case and front-axle disconnect system that are segment-exclusives. The benefit of this arrangement is that when the conditions don’t warrant the use of AWD, the front axle is disengaged, letting the car operate in traditional rear-wheel drive mode, during which it gets five percent better fuel economy. When the roads get sloppy, the system will seamlessly engage the front axle to deliver the added traction and heightened driver confidence for which AWD is known.
Two world-class engines are offered. The 2011 Dodge Charger SE and Rallye get the new 3.6-liter Pentastar V6. The 262 hp of this new V6 represents increases of 63 percent and 16 percent respectively over the previous 2.7-liter and high-output 3.5-liter V6s it replaces. Power, refinement and fuel economy are hallmarks of the new Pentastar V6. Returning under the hood of the 2011 Charger R/T is the legendary 5.7-liter HEMI V8, which delivers brawny, muscle car oomph and the ability to shut down four of its cylinders under light operating conditions via Dodge’s FuelSaver Technology.
The 2011 Charger is available with several new safety technology features. Among these are Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Collision Warning, Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path Detection and a ParkView backup camera with onscreen gridlines for easier guidance. More than 65 safety features are standard including Electronic Stability Control with segment-exclusive Ready Alert Braking and Rainy Day Brake Support.
Whichever you choose, you’ll find yourself driving an American legend whose story is only getting better with age.