The Dodge Charger Lineup Adds All-Wheel Drive in 20109

How do you make a great car better? You bring back a driver-favorite feature that packs in important improvements to performance.

Case in point? The 2019 Dodge Charger. While the Charger has been a sales giant in its segment for years now, the 2019 model looks to further its status as a market leader by making some important revisions to its current offerings.

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This will include visual enhancements, upgrades to the standard equipment packages offered across its trims, and a new model that offers all-wheel drive.

New for 2019, the Dodge Charger SXT will come equipped with a 300 horsepower V6 engine. Coupled with an automatic all-wheel-drive system, it will offer improved traction and performance on rough roads and in tough conditions. Add in abilities that include 264 pounds-feet of torque and up to 27 miles per gallon on highways, and you get a sedan that has a lot more to offer than just speed and good looks.

Speaking about the Charger and its ongoing success, Dodge executives expressed confidence that the improvements the new models offer will be enough to maintain its market dominance.

"Charger is on track to lead the large car segment in the United States for the fifth straight year in 2018," said Steve Beahm, the head of passenger car brands at Dodge, Chrysler, and Fiat. "We intend to keep that string alive by updating the product to deliver the performance and capability that our customers demand."

If you'd like to learn more about the 2019 Dodge Charger and the all-new all-wheel drive SXT trim, drop us a line at Dependable Dodge in Canoga Park, CA. We'd love the chance to tell you more about it and the rest of our new vehicle inventory.

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