Are you saying the Charger will look like that UGLY Super-8 or are you referring to the 6.1L Hemi?hemidakota said:They forgot the SUPER HEMI.
THAT'S what the Charger is going to look like? Why are they even wasting their time. There will be a ton of pissed off Mopar fans if the Charger is nothing but the 300 with a Magnum front end. If this is true, they couldn't have screwed the pooch any worse with this car. Who cares how fast it goes 'cause it's going to look like crap.hemidakota said:Charger (close) was pictured in the Automobile mag for this month.
This line has been the source of much debate on more than one Mopar site. I have zero interest in a four door and I know there's a bunch of consumers out there who feel the same. Are there enough of us to constitute a "market for a coupe" apparently not according to DCX (just ignore the Crossfire's existence), although several other manufacturers disagree with DCX.He added: "You've got to have a four-door, (but) there's no market for a coupe."
I'd prefer a two-door Charger too, but just because it's a four-door doesn't mean it's a brick. The car in the pic at the top of this page is a four-door Charger, and if I could order one of those with a 6.1 (or even a 5.7) I'd buy it in a heartbeat, drive it for 100,000 happy Mustang-stomping miles, and then put it away for my kids to inherit. I wouldn't even look at anything else.MoparMan said:They can keep their four door, brick lookin' LX Charger.