The Dodge Charger is not expected to receive any substantial modifications for your 2019 model year.
Although the current generation was on sale because 2011, the Charger benefited from substantial front styling upgrades for 2015. Most recently, the 2018 Charger saw its entry-level SE model stopped in favor of the SXT, subsequently raising its base cost to just over $30,000.
Such as the Challenger, the vehicle is available with an accessible 6.2-liter V8 from the SRT Hellcat creating a whopping 707 hp and 645 lb-ft of torque. However, unlike its own two-door stablemate, the Charger is not available in an 808 hp SRT Demon trim. Is a higher-powered option in route? That remains to be seen.
The 2019 Dodge Charger is expected to start production in late August.
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Notable competitors include the Ford Mustang and Kia Stinger.
Dodge is rolling out refreshed versions of the Charger and Challenger for the 2019 model year. We have already seen a bit of the Challenger’s hood, and now it’s time for the Charger to input the spotlight.
Dodge threw a teaser to its 2019 Dodge Charger today. The teaser concentrates on the car’s front end — especially, its grille, which Dodge claims is better and new enriches the car’s width.
The most obvious improvement is a brand new air inlet duct directly beside the headlight. Requiring more atmosphere probably means the new Charger and Challenger Hellcat will include a increase above their current 707-horsepower output. After all, Dodge wouldn’t wait to include more inlets in case the cars needed them instantly. That is a good sign that this new breed of Hellcat will undoubtedly be even more exciting.
Beyond that, nobody’s quite sure what to expect. The Dodge Demon was accessible for a single model year only, so maybe some of its kit will make its way to the continuing Hellcat lineup. Dodge promises we’ll find out more this summer, so we likely won’t face 14 straight months of teasers like we did to the Demon. Thank goodness.