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2011 Dodge ChargerNow that Dodge has lost its truck lineup to the Ram brand, the Dodge Charger is arguably Dodge’s flagship product. For 2011, the model sports new sheet metal, a new interior and a new V-6 engine. It’s a serious effort for an automaker in the early stages of a potential revival, and our first impressions prove it’s a viable alternative to the more sedate Ford Taurus in the large-car segment. Continue reading our First Drive below, as well as the other top stories from the week.

1. 2011 Dodge Charger: First Drive
2. GM IPO Set; You Buying?
3. 2012 Mazda5: First Look
4. 2012 Ford Focus vs. 2011 Chevy Cruze vs. 2011 Volkswagen Jetta: Affordability Index
5. Incentives on Defunct Mercury Brand Tick Upward

By Colin Bird | November 13, 2010 | Comments (1)


I think one of the reason behind is there are some overly hyped with the competition between the Mustang and Camaro..And according to the 2011 RedLine Charger will have to stand fender-to-fender against a bevy of SEMA-bound Mustangs and Camaros all by its lonesome. This thing would be a great challenge for the Dodge.

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