How much does a Dodge Charger weigh?

I’ve always wanted a Charger. They look so sexy and sleek! How much does a Dodge Charger weigh?

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Bonnie Stinson
Answered on May 13, 2022
At minimum, a Dodge Charger weighs about 3,500 pounds but the official range is between 3,700 and 4,500 pounds.
Can we let you in on a little secret? Curb weight is calculated under a given set of restraints. There’s no guarantee that the official figure is what your Charger’s actual weight will be.
The model year and trim level will impact the weight. Aftermarket modifications, customizations, engine type, and luggage will also affect the heaviness. Ultimately, weight is less important than the power-to-weight ratio.
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