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Deciding between two iconic American muscle cars is a tougher game than you might expect. Take the 2019 Dodge Challenger and the 2019 Dodge Charger for sale at Ron Sayer's Chrysler Jeep Dodge – two high-powered sports cars with similar price points, engines, suspensions, and attitudes, even before the R/T designation is added. So how do they compare on a detailed level? Blackfoot area drivers will learn a lot from this handy guide, put together by the staff at our dealership in Idaho Falls.
USB Ports and 12V Outlets
Available 5.7 L V8 Engine
The 2019 Dodge Challenger and 2019 Dodge Charger prices differ by nearly $1,400, with the former’s MSRP starting at $27,845, and the latter’s MSRP starting at $29,220. That difference in price can be explained largely by the number of doors on each vehicle: The Challenger is a 2-door coupe with seating for four passengers, while the Charger can be described as a 4-door sedan with an extra seat in the second row. This difference largely defines the base look and feel of each vehicle, which comes standard with the same 3.6L V6 engine.
The Challenger and Charger both come with a variety of modern interior amenities, including a 7-inch touchscreen display, the Uconnect® 4 infotainment system, and several ways to connect your mobile devices to the vehicle itself with Bluetooth® integration and auxiliary inputs. The two vehicles differ in how many of these connections they offer: With room for an extra passenger, the Charger offers an additional two USB connections – five total, compared to three in the Challenger – and two 12V outlets over one in the Challenger.
Upgrade to a 5.7L V8 engine in either the Challenger or Charger, and you’ll see a noticeable boost in engine performance – more so in the Challenger, which achieves 375 hp after this engine upgrade, a small edge over the Charger when enhanced in the same fashion. That’s not to say the standard V6 that comes with both vehicles isn’t a high performer – even at the entry level, both Challenger and Charger go from 0 to 60 in about six seconds.
If you’re looking to add some speed to your Pocatello commutes, you could do worse than comparing Charger and Challenger, and Ron Sayer's Chrysler Jeep Dodge has a wide range of both available at our Idaho Falls showroom. Visit us near Rexburg, and take both cars for a test drive. Just contact us ahead of time, and our team of knowledgeable salespeople, friendly finance experts, and experienced service technicians will work to put you behind the wheel of a car that will make you feel the adrenaline when you hit the gas. We’re looking forward to seeing you soon!
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