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Christopher Bruce2013-11-19 20:40:51

Dodge Celebrating 100 Years with Special Models

They get exclusive colors, upgraded trim and more

The cars celebrate the 100 years of Dodge

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brothers founding the company that bears its name with special 100th Anniversary Editions of the ChargerCharger (modern) Gen.2Dodge Charger (modern) Gen.2United States of America, 2010 > present16 versions
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and Challenger.

Both cars come in an exclusive “High Octane” pearl red paint color, 20in wheels, 100th Anniversary Edition badges, a special key fob and a commemorative book about the 100 years of Dodge.

The Charger comes with a Granite Crystal split-crosshair grill with a “Dodge Est. 1914” badge and body-color rear spoiler.

The interior of the Charger comes with either Molten Red or Foundry Black Nappa leather, sport seats, three-spoke steering wheel, gauges with white needles, Uconnect 8.4in infotainment system and 10-speaker stereo.

The 100th Anniversary Edition Charger comes with a 300hp, 3.6-liter V6 and eight-speed automatic that gets it to 60mph in about six seconds. It can also be ordered with as the Charger R/T with a 5.7-liter V8 with 370hp. Prices for the V6 model start at $33,495, and the V8 starts at $34,695.

The Challenger gets the same options and trim for the interior and exterior as the Charger with the exception of a seven-speaker stereo and “Challenger” doorsill plates.

It is available with either a 305hp 3.6-liter V6 with a six-speed manual or five-speed automatic or a 375hp V8. Prices for the 100th Anniversary Edition with the V6 start at $30,795 or $34,995 for the V8.

Both will arrive in dealerships in the first quarter of 2014.





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