A classic high end performance car with cool looks that will surprise most modern super cars
General electrical work needed due to age, causing instrument problems, indicators, but otherwise not too bad. Engine electrical standards are very good.
Patches of rust starting to appear around chassis, specifically toward the front, again due to age expected, but can be a big repair bill to re-plate due to other components needing to be removed.
Front head light door covers stick, both on the way up and down, this can cause the door motor to burn out, which in turn can burn out and damage the front loom, parts very hard to get hold of.
Dodge Chargers are performance cars for sure; a friend has named it a head bangers car!!! It will give anything from a 328 GTS Ferrari to a Dodge Viper a run for its money.
Although my model has 3:23 gears on a 727 Torqueflite Transmission it is still very quick from a standing start, but the mid to top end gearing is really where the car performs well, it has been clocked by another vehicle at 155mph (speedometer only goes to 150mph)
Parts are widely available here in the UK and most can be sourced from the US without much problem.
The Charger scores much kudos with everyone, these cars were made to be driven and most people (except those in blue) appreciate them been driven hard. Easy to see it's Indy Racing heritage once your behind the wheel on an open road with few bends, as the suspension leaves much to be desired when it comes to holding the racing line round a bend.
Recently did a 800 mile round trip over a couple of days and the car was very comfortable, a great drive.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 17th June, 2003