Dodge Charger vs. Dodge Challenger: They Both Win
Put the 2018 Dodge Charger and the 2018 Dodge Challenger together on the starting line and most people will have a tough time telling the difference between the two or deciding which one might win the race.
Wondering how these two muscle cars differ? We’re here to help.
2018 Dodge Charger vs. 2018 Dodge Challenger
The biggest difference in terms of styling centers around the Charger’s four-door design compared to the two doors found on the Challenger. The two-door design and the shaker on the front hood give the Challenger the appearance of a more traditional muscle car while the Charger carries a more modern look.
The extra doors on the Charger allow for a little more comfort room for rear passengers while drivers of the Challenger will notice a slightly shorter body from front to back for added maneuverability.
A 7-inch touchscreen display and dual-zone automatic climate control comes standard in the base trim of the Charger but can be found in nearly all trim options in the Challenger. On the flip side, things like standard leather-wrapped steering wheels and shift knobs climb higher up the trim options in the Charger.
With the base engine under the hood, the Charger and the Challenger run almost neck-and-neck. But the Challenger offers seven different engine options to the Charger’s four, and one of those is the eye-popping (and white-knuckling) 840-horsepower HEMI Demon, which is the most powerful engine Dodge has ever built.
The 2018 Charger comes available in an impressive nine trim options. Even more impressive is the whopping 15 trims that can be found in the 2018 Challenger. No matter which car you choose, you’ll have enough options to get just what you want.
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