The Dodge Charger nameplate has been around since the mid 1960aAEAÂ²s and has been a name used by Dodge in one form or another pretty much ever since. Car transport for a Charger hasnaAEAâ„¢t changed much over the years, though the early Charger models were bigger than the current ones. The third generation Charger has been in production since 2006, and since it features nine separate models in its lineup, weaAEAâ„¢re going to split them into two different articles so as not to put up a giant wall of text. This article will focus on the higher-end Charger models, focusing on their key features and what you can expect on the car transport side of it.
The current Charger lineup features nine different models; this article will feature six, the R/T, R/T Plus, R/T Road & Track, R/T Max, the SRT8 Super Bee and the SRT8. The R/T features a 5.7L Hemi V8 with 370 horsepower, performance suspension and exhaust, 18-inch polished/painted aluminum wheels and high-intensity discharge headlamps. The R/T Plus features 18-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels, Nappa leather-trimmed seats, eight-way powered driver’s seat with four-way power lumbar and heated second-row seating. The R/T Road & Track features high-performance leather-trimmed seats with suede inserts, heated and ventilated front seats, 20-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels, steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters and a body-color rear spoiler. The R/T Max features 20-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels, adaptive cruise control and forward collision warning, blindspot monitoring and rear cross path detection, and nine premium speakers with a subwoofer and a 506-watt provider. The SRT8 Super Bee features a 6.4L Hemi V8 with 470-horsepower and fuel saver technology, Stinger Yellow/Pitch Black paint with unique Super Bee graphics, 20-inch cast-aluminum wheels with painted pockets and performance cloth seats with yellow/black performance stripes. The last model, the SRT8, features a 6.4: V8 Hemi engine with 470-horsepower and fuel saver technology, adaptive damping performance suspension, 20-inch SRT-design forged aluminum wheels and an 8.4-inch media center with a touch screen and navigation technology.
Car transport prices for the Dodge Charger is usually depend on the pickup and delivery cities more than the size of the vehicle. Car transport companies will charge more for larger or heavier vehicles, but as the Charger is a standard sedan-sized car it wonaAEAâ„¢t cost you any additional money other than the mileage cost. The from and the to are very important, and most car transportation companies price on a per-mile basis. Longer car shipping routes generally cost more, as do pickup or delivery cities that are considered out of the way or difficult to get to or from by car transport companies. This is important if youaAEAâ„¢re shipping on a budget and live in a more rural area; car transport companies tend to stick to highly-populated areas, so if you need car transport on a budget you may want to consider driving your car to a more car-transport-friendly pickup location, or driving it from an easier location after itaAEAâ„¢s dropped off.
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