If you are in the market for a vehicle that sports a 5.7-liter HEMI V8, and have $40K to spend, you may need to look no further than the 2011 Dodge Charger R/T. That isn't all it has going for it though. It's actually a bit of a throwback on the outside, and seems to feel a bit like a Charger from the 60s. Of course it has all kinds of new era gadgets to go along with it, but reviews say that is has the same power and the same thrill of the ride the classics did. lcd tvs samsung
The Bottom Line: The Dodge Charger R/T will gave you the feeling that you’ve entered a time warp. First, it resembles the Charger of the 1960s, it has the power of that car, it has the wheelbase of that car, and it has the same thrill ride of that car.
I had fun driving the Dodge Charger. Let me first confess that I’ve never been a great fan of the Charger, although I respected its performance and styling “back in the day.” I was always lured more to small British sports cars at the time and failed to recognize good old American iron. full review