Dodge Charger AWD

Winter is on its way. Are you shopping for an AWD (all-wheel-drive) sedan? The Dodge Charger offers the most advanced AWD system in its category.

 

Available with either the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine with 18/27 mpg fuel economy – best in class AWD V6 highway fuel economy, or the 5.7-liter HEMI® V8 engine with 370 horsepower and Fuel Saver Technology. The Charger AWD package also features an active transfer case and class-exclusive front axle disconnect—the most technologically advanced AWD system in its class.

 

Sensing road conditions, Dodge Charger’s AWD system smoothly and seamlessly shifts between rear-wheel drive and AWD as needed—no driver intervention required.  When AWD is not required, the system automatically disconnects the front axle to maximize fuel economy.

 

AWD can also be driver-selected by moving the shift lever into the AutoStick mode (+/-) or activating the windshield wipers for an extended period. Drive mode, RWD or AWD, is momentarily displayed in the Electronic Vehicle Information Center in the driver’s display.

 

It’s that enjoyable and easy.  AWD is offered in the Dodge Charger SXT, SXT Plus, R/T, R/T Plus, and R/T Max. To build your own, go to Dodge.com.

 


  • Dan

    What really drives me nuts is that it can be a beautiful sunny day, dry as can be, but if the temp. dips below 40 degrees, my 2011 RT automatically goes into awd. Ridiculous.

    • Jimmy

      If you go into your fuse box all you have to do is pull a 10 amp fuse & it turns awd off until you put the fuse back in.

  • Brian

    As the owner of 2014 SXT+ AWD I completely agree with Dan’s comment. It is completely absurd to be driving at highway/ interstate speeds in AWD because an idiot box computer sensor notes the temp is below ~42. If the roads were bad I would not be driving at those speeds. Manually pulling a fuse, then having to reinsert it is not an appropriate solution. Dodge/Chrysler needs to address this issue. This issue causes and costs(literally) fuel economy all winter long.