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Are you a muscle car fan? A lot of people are, though it can be difficult to find affordable car insurance for them. On average, muscle cars having a less than stellar fuel economy, you’ll want to save on costs any way you can. The first step to saving with Dodge Charger insurance is to get quotes from different companies. Don’t stick with the first quote you get, or you won’t see what incentives and discounts other insurance companies might be offering.
On average, the costs of insuring a Charger will be a bit pricey. If you have a 2010 Charger, for example, and have a good driving record, you can see costs ranging from around $1,400 to $2000. This example assumes full coverage.
However, it’s important to get a personalized quote. You can look at averages all day, and they might not be similar to the premium you’ll have to pay. Perhaps your car insurance company offers different discounts, or your driving record is better than the average driver’s. There’s a multitude of factors that go into an insurance company’s decision making process.
Just bear in mind that having a good driving record, a short commute, and parking your car in a garage can go a long way to reducing your premium.
Slightly larger than the average midsize sedan, the Charger has an aggressive styling that is likely to draw the attention of many car enthusiasts. It’s available in two trim levels: the basic SE, and the R/T.
The SE model sports a 3.5 liter V6 engine, which offers ample enough power to get your blood flowing. It sports a variety of features that you’ll be sure to like, including: Keyless ignition and entry, a six-speaker radio with iPod capability, and a variety of power accessories. The car is fast, but there is a significant lack of headroom, and steering can be a bit stiff.
The improved R/T model sports a 5.7 liter 8 cylinder engine designed for premium performance. Among the features that this trim level nets you are:
In addition to this, there is a performance package that can be purchased for this trim level that adds leather seats and a GPS device.
The Charger has earned a good rating in crash tests performed by the IIHS. It comes equipped with electronic stability control and anti-lock brakes standard. There’s no question as to why the Charger earned a position in the IIHS’ “Top Safety Pick”.
It also comes standard with front-side and side-curtain airbags to protect the driver and other occupants against collisions. It also has many optional safety features including: Blind spot monitoring and rear detection sensors.
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