Dodge Charger Car Shipping
You are not seeing double or triple; Dodge did use the 'Dodge Charger' name on a multitude of models ' three to be exact. The name upholds a generally well respected reputation, often making one think of a performance vehicle. However, those that were paying attention over the year would know that the name is also tied to some less than desirable models such as mundane hatchbacks, sedans and a personal luxury coupe. Much later down the road, the name was also carried by a 1999 concept car. The Dodge Charger, in its current embodiment, is a rear-wheel drive and full-sized automobile built by the DaimlerChrysler corporation for its North American Dodge brand. The current model was introduced in February 2005 for the 2006 model year and it shares the LX platform of the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Magnum. Additionally, component parts are borrowed from the Mercedes E-Class platform. Actually, after taking a look inside the Charger, one would notice a striking to the Magnum. The present Charger was brought to market to replace the Dodge Intrepid in the full-size sedan category. It is a four-door sedan, which was found by many fans to be second-rate to the previous two-door Chargers. Production is currently occurring at the Brampton assembly plant located in Canada. It appears that a number of special edition Chargers have surfaced in the last few years. A Hemi was showcased in a number of colors: "Go ManGo!" which was a metallic orange, Top Banana yellow and TorRed. These editions are priced at $32,495 and 4,000 each have been produced for sale in the United States. The "GoManGo" and the Top Banana were only available for the 2006 model year. The TorRed edition was announced as a new color in January 2006 and was only available to a lucky 2000.