This rear-wheel drive full-size sedan is continues the Dodge Charger line that started in the mid 1960s. It appears that Dodge dipped into the same bucket of cool that Ford used when it re-introduced the Ford Mustang. Technically not a "sports" model like a used Dodge Challenger, it somehow has pulled that look into its sedan category.
AutoMall.com has 7,393 Dodge Charger models listed for sale across the country. Prices start at $2,500 and have an average price of $21,995. It is available in these trim levels: Base, Daytona, GT, Police, R/T, Rallye, SE, SRT, SRT8 and SXT. Available drivetrains include: AWD and RWD.