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1976 Dodge Charger

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1976 Dodge Charger

About the 1976 Dodge Charger

The Dodge Charger is a full size, four door performance sports sedan that can be enjoyed by the entire family. This popular muscle car features ample seating room for five adults, a roomy interior, and a comfortable ride for all. Models are equipped with rear wheel or all-wheel drive, rack and pinion steering, independent front suspension, and disc brakes for both front and rear wheels. Options include chrome, leather, sound, and road/track packages. The Dodge Charger is affordably priced between $24,590 and $28,045 MSRP for base models.

A large car, the Charger has a wheelbase of 120 and an 18 gallon fuel tank. Its mileage is decent, at 18 city/27 highway for most models, and 16/25 for R/T models. The weight is 3,727 for the SE, 3.5L, and 3.5 AWD models, or 3,800 on the RALLYE model. Towing capacity is ample at 1,000 pounds and up to 2,000 pounds for the RALLYE. The Charger is powered by a 6.1-liter SRT® HEMI® V8 powerhouse, or a 3.5 Liter V6 high-output 24-valve MPI engine, and produces horsepower from 178 to 250, depending on the engine. Today's Chargers are built in Canada, at the Brampton, Ontario assembly plant.

Dodge Charger was a hit in the mid 1960s when it charged into the automotive industry spotlight. The introduction of the 1966 model Charger in the fall of 1965 was in response to America's demand for an average car that could offer better than average performance. The Charger was first designed as a fastback version of their mid-size Coronet. The second generation Charger drew added attention due to the popularity of the orange model featured on the television series, The Dukes of Hazzard. Three more generations of Chargers were sold before there was a hiatus in production. In 2006, Dodge reintroduced the Charger as a family car with performance that could move from zero to 60 in just 6.2 seconds.

This attractive vehicle has a clean exterior design with plenty of passenger room inside. It has comfortable cloth low-back bucket seats with manual lumbar adjustments for both the driver and the front passenger. Popular features include air conditioning, power windows, Media Center 130 CD/MP3 Radio and 4 speakers, advanced multi-stage front airbags, and 4-wheel disc brakes. Warranty protection extends for 36,000 miles/36 months basic coverage, and 100,000 miles/60 months on powertrain and rust-through. Charger has 4-Speed Automatic Transmission on 3 popular models, and the AutoStick Electronic Range Selection Auto Trans, 5-Speed Automatic Transmission on AWD models. For audio enjoyment, some models include a 1 year SIRIUS radio service. Charger has its own bling with 17"x7" (first 2 models) or 18"x7.5" Aluminum Wheels.

Charger trim is offered in two basic levels of SE rear-wheel drive and R/T with rear-wheel or AWD drive. All have advanced multi-stage front airbags, and can be ordered in eight striking colors, including pearls and metallics, in black, red, silver, blue, white, or gold. The current Dodge Charger models offer high tech features with amazing style, beauty and exceptional value in a safe performance car. ... View more

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