What other 2019 rear-wheel drive, full-size, four-door sedans with a V8 can you get for under $50k? I’m glad we went with the Daytona package (with upgrades) to get the extra features we wanted. The optional 6.4 liter 392 Scat Pak and Hellcat has its place, but not where I live. Heads-up, with our 5.7 liter we get an average 7-10 mpg per tank when driving our usual stop-n-go downtown congested traffic. If you care about mpg, you’re not considering these cars (Charger/Challenger) anyway. It’s loud, obnoxious, and I love it! Tourists from Europe and Asia often take pictures with it. If you like to blend in, you’re not likely to read this. Please don’t buy this car. I don’t want there to be dozens of other identical cars in my neighborhood.
I had a 2010 charger and upgraded to a 2019. Things I like about the new one is the roof is taller and my husband doesn’t hit his head on it. The blind spots are smaller. The seats hold you firmly like a race car. It has great handling. I love the features on the dash, back up camera, and of course the sports mode. It has plenty of USB ports and having my phone pair with it is fabulous. Driving it is smooth and it handles corners tighter.
I like everything about this car 2019 Dodge Charger Daytona 5.7 active exhaust loud commands the road fast great interior a lot of features heated steering wheel heated and cooled seats paddle shifters performance pages 0-60 timer 8.4 touch screen navigation
I would recommend this trim level for those who want to have an exciting car at a reasonable price. The base v6 is too plain looking and doesn't have that sports car feel like the Dodge Charger GT. For anyone who is trying to find that middle ground car between slow and super fast this car is the perfect stepping stone.