Topics: Muscle car, Dodge, Dodge Charger Pages: 3 (1046 words) Published: March 15, 2009
Does anything symbolize the United States more than a 1960’s muscle car roaring its high output engine at the beginning of a ¼ mile drag strip? Well, maybe apple pie and football. But the good news is that the American muscle car has experienced a rebirth and it may just be better than it has ever been. With the reincarnation of the Corvette, Mustang, Camaro, and GTO, it seems that the days of American Muscle have returned. However, when talking about the return of a classic muscle car, the 2009 Dodge Charger must not go unmentioned. Its aggressive style and powerful engine symbolize the traditional American “beast” unlike any other current retro vehicle.

Sleek, stylish and affordable. These three adjectives justly describe the 2009 Dodge Charger. The new modified Charger, has improved in nearly every category since its introduction in the 2006 model, and has continued to sell in great numbers throughout the United States. In a time of such economic stress and uncertainty it’s no wonder why an affordable American vehicle has been in such high demand. With three distinctly different models including a fuel-efficient yet powerful 180 horsepower engine in the SE to the juggernaut 425 horsepower engine in the SRT-8 the consumer is able to customize the car best suited for them.

The new design of the Dodge Charger features a wide wheelbase, with an aggressive front end that seems to constantly be on the prowl as if scaring other vehicles away. Even with its aggressive look the 2009 Dodge Charger sits at over 200 inches long and contains ample room for not only 5 passengers, but also a significant amount of trunk space for luggage. It can ultimately be described as the modern muscle car; A powerful vehicle with plenty of room, and enough technology to please even the biggest computer nerd. In fact, one of the more interesting options available in the 2009 Charger is a 30-gigabyte hard drive for storing digital music and picture files, which can be seen on the...
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