2017 Dodge Charger Daytona: A Testament To The Power; Know More About The Awesome Car

May 07, 2017 09:30 AM EDT | Hannah Jill

The 2017 Dodge Charger Daytona will always be there for baby boomers. It was a car that everybody grew up with. The 2017 Dodge Charger may have the Charger name, but it is more than its old predecessor. It's a nice family car that easily sits 5 people and the updates you can find include an Apple ND Android infotainment.

Just an old plain Dodge is a keyword to establish its own design. Launched in a racetrack, it is one of the classics from past generation. Reintroduced 50 years after its initial fanfare, this vehicle is clearly inspired by the original car that raced the tracks, Its interior design is not just to remember of its racing prowess, it Is there as a remembrance what a great car you are driving.

The 2017 Dodge Charger Daytona comes in two trims. The first option is power car that comes in with a 5.7 liter Hemi V8 engine. The 2nd option is equipped with a 485 HP, 6.4 liters V-8 larger engine thus more powerful. That engine is paired with an 8-speed automatic gearbox for ease in shifting. It is reported to have an acceleration rate to 60 mph at the mid 4-second mark the quarter mile sprint is around 12 seconds only. This is pretty fascinating for a car that can seat 5 and still get a large baggage space.

The 2017 Daytona Charger's interior is very roomy. Not only there is a lot of spaces for taller people, leg room is better than most cars you can drive on. For your infotainment features, you have three USB ports for multi-function use, an SD card reader and a six-speaker audio system if you are fond of music on long drives. Speaking of long drives, the fuel efficiency is actually impressive. The rear wheel drive model will give you a 19\30 mpg on city/highway use. The all-wheel drive gives you an 18/27 city /highway allocation.

© 2017 Auto World News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
Get the Most Popular Autoworld Stories in a Weekly Newsletter

Join the Conversation

Real Time Analytics