How much is a 2006 Charger worth?

How much is a 2006 Charger worth?

How much is a 2006 Dodge Charger worth? The value of a used 2006 Dodge Charger ranges from $1,038 to $9,600, based on vehicle condition, mileage, and options.

Are Dodge Chargers 2014 good cars?

The 2014 Dodge Charger has a powerful lineup of engines and agile handling for a large car. Despite a quality interior and good safety scores, its below-average reliability and high cost of ownership relegate it near the bottom of the class.

What transmission does a 2006 Dodge Charger have?

2006 Dodge Charger SE is equipped with a 3.5-liter High Output V-6 engine mated to a five-speed fully automatic transmission with AutoStick®.

How much HP does a 2006 Dodge Charger RT have?

340 to 350 hp
2006 Dodge Charger RT/Horsepower

Is the 2.7 a good engine?

Ford 2.7 EcoBoost engines offer a great balance of power, torque, fuel economy, towing, and fun. It really is a solid engine, overall. Most well maintained 2.7L V6 engines shouldn’t have any major problems making it to 200,000+ miles. That’s pretty good longevity.

What’s the price of a 2006 Dodge Charger?

The original MSRP of the 2006 Dodge Charger is from $23,245 to $35,995. The data above is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX for the last five model years of this car.

Where did the 2014 Dodge Charger come from?

No accident or damage reported to CARFAX. 1st owner purchased on 10/21/14 and owned in MI until 02/05/18 • 2nd owner purchased on 04/11/18 and owned in IL until 05/06/21. 1st owner drove an estimated 15,676 miles/year • 2nd owner drove an estimated 15,358 miles/year.

What kind of engine does a Dodge Charger have?

The 2006 Dodge Charger is a full-size sedan that seats five. There are four trims: SE, SXT, R/T and SRT8. Buyers will choose between three engines. All are paired with a five-speed automatic transmission. In proper muscle car fashion, rear-wheel drive is standard. © 2020 CARFAX, Inc (Last Updated 05/11/2018)

What does a Dodge Charger car look like?

Dodge designers sculpted a car that reflects traditional American muscle-car values. The upright, bold nose definitely says Dodge, and the sloping roofline makes the Charger look more like a coupe than a sedan. The tapered roof hinders rear-seat headroom, however.

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