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2006 Dodge Charger

2006 Dodge Charger Review

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MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA - Chrysler's SRT (Street Racing and Technology) division is churning out new models as fast as you can moan "A Charger should have two doors" into your beer. Without entering that debate, we'll note that this is the Chrysler Group car that is perhaps most deserving of SRT treatment, since the Dodge Charger nameplate clearly still resonates with performance-minded drivers.

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2006 Dodge Charger Video Clips

Dodge has figuratively revived the classic chase scene from Bullitt, going after the current Ford Mustang (not to mention the Pontiac GTO and even the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG) with its reincarnation of the Charger--which is, not coincidentally, advertised exclusively in black. We take it for a spin and report back to you on how well this version keeps up with the pack. 
During a recent press day at Chrysler's Proving Grounds in Chelsea, Michigan, we took down some perps with a Charger cop car, got sideways in a Viper coupe, and nearly sunk a Grand Cherokee in a mud puddle. 

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