More than Power: Why We Love the Dodge Charger’s Interior

March 21st, 2016 by

Most car buyers are pursuing a Dodge Charger for its performance capabilities, but the 2016 model should be recognized for so much more, including it’s interior. The muscle car’s cabin includes plenty of luxury amenities, like heated seats and an impressive BeatsAudio Sound System. Plus, the vehicle delivers a surprising amount of cargo room.

Instead of focusing on the vehicle’s engine and mechanics, let’s shift our focus to the inside of the vehicle. Continue reading to understand why this car’s cabin stands out from similar vehicles. When you’ve finished, you’ll recognize that you should be pursuing a Dodge Charger in Miami

Unmatched Comfort

When you’re enjoying the Charger’s incredible driving capabilities, you’re going to want to be traveling comfortably. Luckily, the car’s interior includes a variety of features that will keep you and your passengers cozy.

The heated and ventilated front seats allow the Charger’s occupants to relax at their optimal temperature. The Dual-Zone Automatic Temperature Control system will also contribute to that comfort, as the driver and front passenger can manipulate the air conditioner/heater to find their ideal comfort level.

Does your passenger want to take a nap? That will be easy in the VIP seats, especially the larger sports options. Customers can choose from a number of soft-touch materials (including Nappa leather) to adorn their interior. Plus, the LED lighting provides an ambient, peaceful illumination throughout the cabin.

Sufficient Cargo Room

You don’t expect a ton of cargo room from a mid-size car, but the Dodge Charger offers a sufficient amount of storage space. The trunk can carry up to 18.5-cubic-feet of luggage, and you can easily configure the 60/40 split-folding rear seatbacks to sneak longer equipment (like skis or snowboards) into the cabin.

Even then, if you’re traveling alone or with a single passenger, you can easily put the 104.7-cubic-feet of interior space to use.

Advanced Technology

Via the Charger’s 5.0-inch or 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen display, you’ll have access to a number of applications. You can access maps to assist in navigation, Pandora for streaming internet radio, or even Yelp for restaurant reviews.

The system is compatible with your smartphone, meaning you can make phone calls without taking your hands off the wheel. You can even pull up your favorite song with the Voice Command technology. While you can easily play music on your phone, you may prefer to utilize either the HD Radio or the SiriusXM Satellite Radio.

Regardless of what you choose, you’ll appreciate the music when it’s playing through the six-speaker sound system. The unit includes a pair of 3.5-inch speakers up front as well as two additional speakers out back. Customers can also opt for the BeatsAudio Premium Sound System, which includes five 3.5-inch speakers, four six-by-nine-inch woofers, an eight-inch subwoofer, an eight-inch trunk-mounted subwoofer and a 12-channel 552-watt amplifier.

See? There aren’t many muscle cars that offer these types of features and amenities. This makes for a unique, one-of-a-kind driving experience. Of course, we haven’t even touched on the $27,995 MSRP, making the Charger the most logical option for those seeking a mid-size car.

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