The midtier 2015 Dodge Charger R/T Road & Track is the Goldilocks of the available trim levels, blending a unique driving experience with excellent tech, comfort and value.
The 2015 Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack and its sibling variants maintain Dodge's muscle-car legacy through historical reference and raw power, yet contain enough tech features for modern practicality, if not good fuel economy.
The most powerful muscle car ever boasts immense power but also comfort and control that makes it accessible to mere mortals.
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The 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack links the thrills of a classic muscle car with the tech and amenities of today.
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The 2011 Dodge Charger is a competent driver with very useful cabin electronics. But the 2012 model will feature a much-improved transmission.
With its 6.4-liter engine and Super Bee badges, the Charger R/T Scat Pack wants you to know its history, but it also brings in some modern tech.
From its engine designation to the Super Bee badges around the Charger R/T Scat Pack, Dodge wants to remind you of its muscle-car heritage.