2017 Dodge Charger in Bozeman, MT
The Dodge Charger has been among the top names in the performance car segment for more than 50 years. For the current model year, the 2017 Dodge Charger in Bozeman, MT continues that tradition while still being an excellent choice for those needing what a traditional sedan provides. Dodge's changes to the 2017 Charger include updating the vehicle's infotainment system to be compatible with smartphone applications as well as several performance upgrades. Additionally the classic Charger Daytona trim has been reintroduced for 2017. Remaining unchanged is the outstanding level of available choices available to Billion Auto Group buyers. The array of engines, transmissions and trim grades that come with the 2017 Dodge Charger allow shoppers to choose the exact level of performance as well as the kind of experience they want to have behind the wheel.
Anybody considering the 2017 Dodge Charger in Bozeman, MT will have eight trim grades to look through. Adding in the sedan's subpackages and available equipment make the list of options and upgrades nearly endless. Entry-level (SE and SXT) models of the 2017 Charger are powered by an impressive 3.6-liter, V-6 engine that can make nearly 300 horsepower. Above the base trims, customers start getting into the world of Dodge V-8 engines which can range from 370 horsepower in the R/T and Daytona trims all the way up to more than 700 horsepower in the infamous Hellcat version. Tech savvy owners will like the upgrades made to the automaker's UConnect infotainment system. For 2017, functions like GPS navigation have been improved with quicker startup times thanks to a more powerful computer processor. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are also supported.
Owners and drivers of the 2017 Dodge Charger who keep an eye on performance will love the various trims and subpackages available with the high-performing sedan. Furthermore, many features like suspension and even steering can be custom-tuned to a driver's specific tastes.
In order to remain connected to its past, the 2017 Dodge Charger features many classically-inspired touches throughout the cabin. Designers have even included a T-handle shifter for the available automatic transmission. The touchscreen is large and easy to use with large buttons.
Overall, the 2017 Dodge Charger is one of the safest cars in its class with a five-start government crash rating. Some models of the current Charger come with more advanced safety systems like blind spot monitoring, lane departure warnings and various crash mitigation solutions.