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Dodge Charger General Information

The Dodge Charger is a classic, and in its most recent iteration it offers a powerful motor with all the toys a driver could want. The price brings it within the grasp of the average buyer, compared to other performance vehicles in its class. The cost to insure the Charger is within range of the average car again making it an affordable option for car buyers. The few issues the Charger has stem from a cramped driver side cage and one of the lowest reliability scores on the market.

How much does it cost to insure my Dodge Charger

Insurance rates for the Dodge Charger average to between $104 and $173/month. The annual rates for the Dodge Charger are between $1,113 and $2,076. The average yearly rate is $1,871 at $28,995 list price. The price may change dependent on the level of coverage wanted as well as driver characteristics and zip-code.

Vehicle Average Dodge Charger car insurance price
2019 Dodge Charger $4,793
2018 Dodge Charger $4,615
2017 Dodge Charger $4,505
2016 Dodge Charger $4,338
2015 Dodge Charger $4,177
2014 Dodge Charger $4,012

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The Dodge Charger features a 370 hp 5.7 liter V-8 engine and other options allow for a 485 hp engine. AWD is available but only with V-6 engine. The Charger doesn't offer a manual transmission but can still get to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds. The V-8 gets 12 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway whereas the V-6 is a little better on mileage with 19 mpg in city and 30 on the highway.

Dodge Charger Safety Rating And Damage Threshold

The Dodge Charger has several driver-assistance features in its standard model including blind-spot monitoring, lane departure warning and lane-keeping assist, as well as forward collision warning. Its structure and safety cage are marginal according to the IIHS and the NHTSA gave it a five-star rating overall. The overall front star rating for both the driver and the passenger side was only four stars however. The damage threshold for the Dodge Charger is $23,617 base on 75% of $31,490. Total assessment will differ from state to state.

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