2021 Dodge Charger Details in Lucedale, MS
If you’re in the market for a new sedan but you don’t want to sacrifice a fun drive for comfort and convenience, the Dodge Charger delivers it all in one streamlined and sporty package. While the Charger debuted as an agile sports car decades ago, it has evolved into a versatile sedan with a spacious interior and modern features. It kept its legendary muscle-car performance, of course, and the Charger is a thrill to drive with a potent powertrain and engaging handling.
For 2021, Dodge has introduced the new SRT Hellcat Redeye to the top of the Charger’s trim range. This new model runs on a ferocious Hemi V8, and it also comes with all the fine features found in the SRT Hellcat, including its widebody fenders. If you opt for the GT AWD trim, you’ll ride on 20-inch wheels, and these wheels are also available for the SXT AWD trim as well.
If you’re interested in learning more about the Charger, contact us at Walt Massey Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM. Our Dodge experts would be happy to speak with you about this celebrated car, and we can share all the details surrounding the 2021 model. You’re also welcome to visit our dealership to take a look around the lot.
Exterior Review of the 2021 Dodge Charger
The Charger retains some athletic elements from its sports car roots, including aggressive curves and an imposing hood vent. The 2021 Charger comes in these colors and more:
- Frostbite Blue
- Sinamon Stick Red
- Pitch Black Clearcoat
- White Knuckle Clearcoat
- F8 Green
- Hellraisin Purple
Interior Review of the 2021 Dodge Charger
Up to five people can ride in the Charger’s roomy interior. The two rows of cushioned seating provide excellent legroom for the class, and the bolstered seating keeps everyone comfortable even as you exercise the car’s lauded maneuverability. When the family rides with you, the second row accommodates their car seats with three full sets of LATCH connections. While the base model’s furnishings are stylish and smooth, you can upgrade the cabin with heated seating in both rows, Nappa or Laguna leather upholstery, and other available features. To carry your groceries and other gear, the Charger’s trunk offers 16.56 cubic feet for storage.
Performance of the 2021 Dodge Charger
The Charger has always been synonymous with power, and Dodge ups the ante for 2021. The standard model is powered by a lively 292-horsepower V6, while other options deliver even more muscle. The new SRT Hellcat Redeye runs on a monstrous Hemi V8 that puts out an astounding 797 horses for unparalleled acceleration. The driver experience is also influenced by the trim level you choose, with a smooth ride offered by the SXT and GT models, and unbridled athleticism promised in the Scat Pack and Hellcat versions.
Available Technology Features
The user-friendly Uconnect infotainment system comes equipped in the 2021 Charger, offering convenience and easy control over your onboard technology. The 7-inch touchscreen with accompanying physical controls makes accessing your apps easy and clear, and Dodge offers a variety of tech options for the car:
- Harman Kardon Sound System
- HD Radio
- Wi-Fi Hotspot
- Android Auto/Apple CarPlay®
Available Safety Features
The Charger earned inspiringly high ratings in its crash and safety tests. The car comes standard with a rearview camera as well as rear parking sensors, and various other driver assistance tools can be added:
- Forward Collision Warning
- Automatic Emergency Braking
- Lane Departure Warning
- Lane Keep Assist
- Blind Spot Monitoring
Count on Us at Walt Massey Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM
If you want to see what Dodge can do for you, we’re standing by to introduce you to your next vehicle here in Lucedale. Check out our new vehicle inventory to see what’s waiting for you on our lot, or come by to explore your options in person. Don’t forget about our dealership deals for considerable savings on the model you’re looking for.
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