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Compare Dodge Charger vs Chevrolet Camaro
What happens when an icon goes head to head with a sedan? If those two vehicles are the Chevy Camaro and the Dodge Charger, you may have yourself a race. That's because the Charger is the most performance-oriented sedan in its affordable class. It offers all of the same high-powered engines as its brother, the Challenger. So it is poised to compete with the Camaro.
With these two, it's a matter of suiting the shopper's style and personality. You can either drive the smaller, sleeker Camaro with its more limited backseat or driving the more muscled Charger with its more generous second row. If you check, you'll discover that both have good safety ratings. Your lifestyle will definitely have a say in which one of these rides is better for you. Shopping used is especially fun because Camaro and Charger engines from several years ago may be more powerful than some of today's sports cars.
First introduced in 1967, the 2016 Camaro marks its sixth generation. Many used Camaros today come from the exciting fifth generation which saw the revival of this racy favorite after a six-year lapse. This may have been a good thing because recent Camaros are quite modern despite their iconic good looks. Frequent special editions and different performance levels have led to Camaro collectors who want exclusive models. It also helps maintain Camaro resale values as shoppers look for the best-reviewed or least known editions.
Manufactured from 1966 to 1987, the Charger nameplate lapsed. It returned in 2006 for a sixth generation. Since its revival, the Charger name has come to stand for customized, racy good looks and top performance. Yes, it's a sedan, but it has a personality that won't quit.
Awards and Public Perception
In 2010, the fifth-generation Camaro earned World Car of the Year. In 2016, the sixth-generation Camaro took home a spot on the 10Best List from Car and Driver. The 2014 Camaro earned MotorTrend's Best Driver's Car while its ZL1 edition earned Edmunds Top-Rated Coupe award. The car has also earned Best Resale Value and 5-Year Lowest Cost to Own from Kelley Blue Book.
Consumer Guide Automotive and Automobile Magazine honored the 2012 Camaro. The 2014 edition earned the Strategic Vision Most Loved Vehicles in America Award. The 2015 JD Power APEAL Study ranked the Charger at the top of its class. The same year it took home the Most Popular on Edmunds Award, a Kelley Best Resale Value Award, and a MotorWeek Driver's Choice Award. It has also taken home three years of ALG Residual Value Awards.
In its fifth generation, the Camaro definitely came ready to impress. One V6 produces 323 horsepower. The ZL1 edition picked up a supercharged V8 in 2012. This kicks out 580 horsepower. Returning for 2014, the Z/28 edition boasts a 505-horsepower engine.
When the Charger returned, it boasted a 250-horsepower V6 and a 340-horsepower V8. In 2012, Dodge introduced the first eight-speed automatic. While base Chargers earn 292 horsepower, you can climb the ladder to 707 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft. for the Charger SRT.
Take A Test Drive
You can find the right speedy car for you at Atlanta Luxury Motors. Take a test drive of a Charger or the Camaro.