Dodge has been a staple in the automotive industry since its inception in 1900. The company has built a long-standing tradition providing quality vehicles across many automotive styles. But where Dodge has truly made a name for itself dates back to the era of original muscle cars. The company created a name synonymous with the term “American muscle” primarily through two cars, the Dodge Charger and the Dodge Challenger. In order to find out which vehicle is more your speed, let’s examine both models.
New 2020 Dodge Charger
First manufactured in 1966 the Dodge Charger has gone on to be one of the most iconic cars in American history. It’s appeared in countless movies over the years. Posters of the Charger have covered the walls of teenager’s bedrooms for decades. There’s a reason for that and the 2020 Charger has continued that tradition.
Its gas-powered 6-cylinder engine dished out 300 horsepower and 264 pounds of torque. The four-door vehicle seats five passengers with 41.8 inches of legroom in the front and 40.1 inches in the back row.
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New 2020 Dodge Challenger
Arriving late to the party by original muscle car standards, the Dodge Challenger was first introduced to the world in 1970. However, the Challenger came ready to play in its rookie season. Fifty years later the 2020 Dodge Challenger remains true to its original muscled-out look.
Similarly to the Charger, the new Challenger hides a 303 horsepower engine under the hood that delivers 268 pounds of torque. A major difference between the two vehicles is design. Although the 2020 Dodge Challenger still holds up to five passengers, it is only a two-door vehicle. Passengers experience a cozy environment in the back row with 33.1 inches of legroom. But you’re not buying a Dodge Challenger for its spacious back row. You’re buying it because it is an iconic American made muscle car that commands attitude, respect, and power. Drivers and front-row passengers get all the legroom they need with 42 inches of space available.
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