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Jun 14, 2014 10:19AM
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It's really a shame that they have taken the aggressive-looking grille that has characterized the Dodge Charger from 2006 to 2014, and turned it into another smiley- faced squinty-eyed mess that is so prevalent on most cars today.  Sad.  So sad.  I thought newer models of a car were supposed to look better, not worse, but apparently Dodge doesn't agree.  And by the way, black wheels look like crap on a Charger, and on ANY car for that matter.
Jun 14, 2014 11:33AM
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the charger is horrible....they should be ashamed of that!
Jun 14, 2014 10:33AM
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Here's a more fitting title for the article. "Cars You Will Never Be Able To Afford......Unless you Shlt Money."
Jun 14, 2014 10:39AM
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I guess the world is ending in 2015 because the year models don't go BEYOND that year. Does MSN just hire people off the street to write this shlt? 
Jun 14, 2014 10:50AM
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just great - another bunch of ugly cars with no personality at all  - on the street they all look alike -  what happened to these designers ?  boring ..........
Jun 14, 2014 2:51PM
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Dodge needs to change the name of the "Charger" to "Gaping Maw".............

Whoever designed the grill and front clip on that car............Needs to be punched in the head!!!

Jun 14, 2014 11:13AM
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basically, heavier and more aggressive-looking than what's on the market now. they're fighting for customers.

 

but i can't see paying 42k for a dodge charger. well, maybe if it's sold by the pound...

Jun 14, 2014 12:28PM
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I think the new Challenger, Stangs, and Camero's still look pretty decent. The reason some or most of these cars look like they do is because they are so aerodynamic. Look at how the back ends slope down.especially on the smaller suv's. I have a Subaru Tribeca that looks a lot like the BMW M3. I like the Nissan Juke too, except for the back end again.  I loved that Doge Magnum when it came out, until I saw the back of it.  UGLY.

I also hate all the new electronics they are putting in these cars. They are making them safer, but taking away all the driving skills. I can't slide my Tribecas back end around when I drive in the snow because of the traction control. There are times when I know I have plenty of time to pull out into traffic (in snow) but because of traction control it won't supply full throttle to the engine. If I shut off traction control, well I lose my AWD obviously. I do miss my '94 Dodge 4wd bare bones pick up sometimes. The gas gauge went faster than the speedometer.
Jun 14, 2014 4:42PM
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Gotta copy the past because they are way to stupid to come up with anything new. As long as it makes money-- stupidity rules.
Jun 14, 2014 2:33PM
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Cookie cutter boring and dull. The cars of the future? Yeah right. There's very little difference between any of them, cars really don't stand out from one another, and they look like they all came from the same factory. Sorry, I just don't like any cars coming out or on the road today. We drive a Ram, yeah it's a big honking Ram HEMI and my wife loves it but...
If you want a car that stands out, but a classic car.
P.S. The so called Charger is butt ugly, they better do something in 2016 for its 50th. Please!
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