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#81 Old 11-21-2012, 01:39 PM
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I chose the Charger because it's looks and performance. I'm a fan of muscle cars (minus Mustangs), and I like that the higher end models (R/T and SRT8) are automatic since I'm not too comfortable with stick just yet.
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I chose the Charger because it's looks and performance. I'm a fan of muscle cars (minus Mustangs), and I like that the higher end models (R/T and SRT8) are automatic since I'm not too comfortable with stick just yet.
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i wanted a new car - bigger then my audi a3. so i had two choices
- audi a4 (3.0 tdi)
- chrysler 300c touring

the first knock-out came for the a4. it is a nice car, very nice interieur,
but... in germany you see a a4 on every corner. the young 20 year old
girl (birthdaypresent from the parents), die family-guy and the old ones.
everyone drives a a4... and.. it is a nice car. but its also a bit.. to "normal".

the 300c .... also very nice car. love the touring. but...
- 3.0 diesel (with srt interieur) > nice interieur, boring engine
- 5.7 hemi -> nice engine, boring interieur
- 6.1 hemi -> nice engine, nice interieur - but to expensive

so .. one day.. i found the charger - also part of the lx-series.
i love the old 68 charger.. so... why not ? the aggressiv look
is just fabulous.

the test drive was... i cant say it in words. what a engine, the
interieur... perfekt. but - you cant buy one in germany - you have
to import one... but thats another story


and.. bye the way... the price: car + import + tax + importeur + tüv + autogas < audi a4 from 2008
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4 doors.....6.1 hemi.......low miles......looks great.......goes like snot........did I mention 4 doors?

If I didn't have children it would have been a Challenger.
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Re: Why did YOU choose the Dodge Charger?

With all the new members joining the forum everyday, tell us why you chose the DODGE CHARGER?
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I'm young wanted something 4 doors and quick. Almost got an Impala SS, but its not really my style. I always loved chargers from dukes of hazard to fast n furious. I always looked at it as a car you could personalize with personality.

I started with a v6 charger with no hemi. Bout to get my 3rd real soon. My ultimate goal is to own a new model SRT to keep forever.
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#88 Old 02-12-2013, 01:44 AM
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i wanted a new car - bigger then my audi a3. so i had two choices
- audi a4 (3.0 tdi)
- chrysler 300c touring

the first knock-out came for the a4. it is a nice car, very nice interieur,
but... in germany you see a a4 on every corner. the young 20 year old
girl (birthdaypresent from the parents), die family-guy and the old ones.
everyone drives a a4... and.. it is a nice car. but its also a bit.. to "normal".

the 300c .... also very nice car. love the touring. but...
- 3.0 diesel (with srt interieur) > nice interieur, boring engine
- 5.7 hemi -> nice engine, boring interieur
- 6.1 hemi -> nice engine, nice interieur - but to expensive

so .. one day.. i found the charger - also part of the lx-series.
i love the old 68 charger.. so... why not ? the aggressiv look
is just fabulous.

the test drive was... i cant say it in words. what a engine, the
interieur... perfekt. but - you cant buy one in germany - you have
to import one... but thats another story


and.. bye the way... the price: car + import + tax + importeur + tüv + autogas < audi a4 from 2008
Hey man! I think so!!
That's my opinion !
I live in Spain and I wanted to have a li'l different car. Since I've driven several american cars (Mustang, Challenger, Camaro) I love the american cars so I decided to get a Charger.

And I got autogas too !!

The only hard point is to get some parts (rims and so on). Too expensive.

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Why did YOU choose the Dodge Charger?

A friend had a gorgeous black 09 AWD RT, and would drive past my house fairly often. With tints and being debadged, it was quite the stealth vehicle. Then I rented a few chargers, and was impressed. Rented some Mustangs and Camaros also, but with 2 kids, two-door cars didn't seem very practical. Plus, the Charger has a style that is, IMHO, unique.
My friend decided to sell his, as he was retiring and also has a black 09 AWD Magnum, so I took the plunge. Had it for about a year now, but have been working out of state and so haven't put many miles on it.
At an age when most guys I know are "beyond" being impressed with such things (or at least won't admit to it), I smile every time I even look at my ride; and I love getting into it and turning the key! And then there's actually driving it…!!!
Very few Chargers where I live - plenty of German iron - and I take no small pleasure in turning heads. When I mention to someone that asks about the car that it's AWD, the response is always "Really??" or "No way!!"
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I'm a tech geek and a gear head. I wanted all the gadgets (large touch screen, ACC, heated/cooled seats, back-up camera, remote start) and I wanted aggressive styling.
I seriously considered the both the SRT 300 and SRT Charger, but couldn't justify the insurance increase. I was also considering the Hemi 300, but the charger just looks so bad ass that I decided it was the way to go.
No regrets!! Now I just have to decide which mods to do first. I'm so pissed that a mild cam voids the warranty.

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