2019 Dodge Charger Trim Levels
Is your Oklahoma City commute overdue for an upgrade? You’ll want to move the 2019 Dodge Charger to the top of your list. This Dodge performance car is built to thrill, with up to 707 hp from a 6.2L V8 engine. With five unique Dodge Charger trim levels available, there’s an ideal model for every type of driver in Mustang. Explore each of the Dodge Charger trims in-depth with Westpointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge below to get started!
2019 Dodge Charger Trims by Price
The 2019 Dodge charger trims range in price from $29,470 MSRP to $65,795 MSRP. Explore the full price range, here:
- Dodge Charger SXT – $29,470 MSRP
- Dodge Charger GT – $31,745 MSRP
- Dodge Charger R/T – $36,425 MSRP
- Dodge Charger Scat Pack – $40,245 MSRP
- Dodge Charger SRT HellCat – $65,795 MSRP
There is also a Charger SXT all-wheel drive model available to El Reno drivers who wish to have greater traction in all conditions, which has a higher starting MSRP of $33,570. Otherwise, all Dodge Charger trims feature rear-wheel drive, five-person seating, an 8-speed automatic transmission, and your choice of 14 bold exterior colors.
2019 Dodge Charger Trims by Engine
If you’re interested in the Dodge Charger, it’s likely that you’ll want to know every last detail about the engines and performance specs that accompany each of the Dodge Charger trim levels. As you move up the lineup, you’ll find that the standard engines and their respective performance outputs are upgraded:
- Dodge Charger SXT – 3.6L V6, 292 hp
- Dodge Charger GT – 3.6L V6, 300 hp
- Dodge Charger R/T – 5.7L V8, 370 hp
- Dodge Charger Scat Pack – 6.4L V8, 485 hp
- Dodge Charger SRT HellCat – 6.2L V8, 707 hp
2019 Dodge Charger Trims by MPG
If you plan to use your Dodge Charger for everyday drives and commutes and not just as a fun weekend vehicle, you may be concerned about how much you’ll spend at the pump. Many Tuttle drivers are surprised by the efficiency offered up by a full-size car that exhibits this much power – check out the EPA-estimated mpg specs for the Dodge Charger trim levels, here:
- Dodge Charger SXT – 23 mpg combined hwy/city
- Dodge Charger GT – 23 mpg combined hwy/city
- Dodge Charger R/T – 19 mpg combined hwy/city
- Dodge Charger Scat Pack – 18 mpg combined hwy/city
- Dodge Charger SRT HellCat – 16 mpg combined hwy/city
Keep in mind that if you choose AWD on the SXT model, your gas mileage will be slightly affected, coming in at an EPA-estimated 21 mpg combined hwy/city as opposed to 23.
Explore the 2019 Dodge Charger Trim Levels at Westpointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge!
After reading about the Dodge Charger trims in greater depth, we’re sure you’re eager to get behind the wheel of your favorite option! Contact us to set up a test drive at Westpointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge today. You can explore our new Charger inventory while you’re here, and compare the Dodge Charger vs. Dodge Challenger. Before your visit, be sure to browse our new vehicle specials so you don’t miss out on great savings!
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