These 10 Dodge Charger competitors to consider bring the realization that we’re in the era of the last Great American Sedan. As crossovers spread their boxy blight over the automotive landscape, those cool cars our fathers and grandfathers used to drive around are becoming a rare breed.
The Great American Sedan, exemplified by the Dodge Charger, is roomy, powerful, well-equipped, and comes with a certain kind of attitude — an assertiveness and a presence. Not all of them are American, though. Some foreign companies have used the Great American Sedan as a template and applied their own spins.
The Charger starts with a 292-hp V6 and goes up to the insane 707-hp Hellcat. We’ll keep within more reasonable boundaries. Let’s go.