Harness the last hurrah of pure-gasoline, pure-muscle Dodge Charger 0-60 times at Kearny Mesa CDJR. This muscle icon has held its own for years now, but as electrification approaches, its HEMI roar will only be heard one last time on our new car lot. See the internal combustion glory with our Dodge Charger horsepower and 0-60 guide below, then visit our Dodge dealership for a 2023 Dodge Charger test drive.
Every new Dodge Charger at Kearny Mesa CDJR will include a standard RWD layout and an eight-speed automatic transmission. The Dodge Charger 0-60 times will vary according to the engine inside; here are the Dodge Charger engine options and performance specs:
The Charger SXT is one of two trims to offer available AWD. It’s also the best Dodge Charger trim for fuel efficiency with its EPA-estimated 19/30 MPG (City/Highway).1 Here’s how it performs:
The Charger GT is the only other 2023 Dodge Charger for sale to offer available AWD. It has the same engine and EPA-estimated 19/30 MPG (City/Highway)1 as the Charger SXT but varies a bit in power:
The first of the V-8 brutes in our new Dodge inventory, the R/T trim stands for V-8 fun and value on any new Dodge vehicle. In the Charger, it stands for the following specs:
The midpoint between fierce and downright insane, the Charger Scat Pack is an awesome blend of unbridled fury and easy-riding smoothness. It also has the biggest displacement engine in the lineup, making a ferocious rumble and taking the Dodge Charger 0-60 times to new levels of speed:
If you’re brave enough to take charge of a Hellcat model at our Dodge dealership in San Diego, CA, we tip our hats to you. This screaming adrenaline-dispenser is a legend for a good reason, and that reason is power beyond belief. Don’t believe us? Check out the 200-mph speedometer3 and observe its specs:
If the previous Dodge Charger 0-60 time isn’t fast enough for you, we suggest the Charger Hellcat Redeye. Packing a 220-mph speedometer3 and a high-output version of the Hellcat engine, this ultimate trim level will thrill with the following specs:
The fastest of the non-limited Dodge Charger trims is the Hellcat Redeye with its 797-horsepower HEMI V-8 and a 220-mph speedometer.3 This brutal model goes from 0 to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds2 while screaming, roaring, and giving you one of the best on-road experiences you may ever have. The Charger Hellcat has 717 horsepower and a 200-mph speedometer.3
The main factor that affects the Dodge Charger 0-60 mph times is how powerful the engine under the hood is. For example, the SXT and GT trims both have a 3.6-liter V-6 with up to 300 horsepower that gets them from 0 to 60 mph in 6.0 seconds.2 Meanwhile, the 485-horsepower Charger Scat Pack does 0-60 mph in 4.2 seconds.2
The Dodge Charger Hellcat Redeye has the highest top speed of the lineup, made plainly evident by the 220-mph speedometer3 that’ll be staring you down as you take your seat. The Charger Hellcat is wickedly fast, too, but it “only” has a 200-mph speedometer.3 By any other measure, that’d be insane; that’s just how fast the Hellcat Redeye is.
1EPA estimated 19 city / 30 hwy MPG with 3.6-liter V-6 engine and eight-speed automatic transmission, RWD. Actual mileage may vary.
2This information is not verified by the official manufacturer and shall serve solely as unofficial general information. For details, visit: https://www.motortrend.com/cars/dodge/charger/
3For comparison purposes only. Always obey local traffic laws.