The Muscle of All-Wheel-Drive Performance In Dodge Challenger and Charger

Dodge Charger  

When inclement weather arrives and driving conditions become treacherous, the Dodge brand has you covered with four models in the lineup featuring available all-wheel-drive (AWD) systems designed for all-weather confidence, including the world’s first and only AWD muscle coupe, the new Dodge Challenger GT. The new-for-2017 Dodge Challenger GT (available early 2017) and 2017 Dodge Charger SE and SXT AWD are formidable road warriors no matter the season, engineered for high-performance driving in rain, sleet or snow. We’ll highlight the 2017 Dodge Durango and Journey in a subsequent post.  
 

Power For Any Season  
 

Feel the thrill any time of year. Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger AWD models boast a standard 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engineered to cover some serious asphalt, no matter what snow or ice covers that asphalt.
Pair that power with the available AWD system and you have two vehicles built to own the road in any temperature. The available AWD system includes both an active transfer case and front-axle disconnect system, making it the most technologically advanced AWD system in its class on Charger¹ and a class-exclusive feature on Challenger². The system seamlessly transitions between rear-wheel drive and AWD with no driver input required. When your daily commute takes you down slippery streets, or your weekend adventure calls for a drive through fresh powder, the available AWD system helps keep the Dodge Challenger and Charger powering ahead.  
 

Dodge Challenger GT  

All-Speed Traction Control  
 

Teamed with the available AWD system, all-speed traction control combines performance with safety and security so you can power down the road with confidence. All-speed traction control helps limit wheel spin during acceleration so the drive wheels have maximum traction. If the system detects wheel slip, it applies brake pressure and may reduce engine power to maintain vehicle stability.  
 

Bonus: Heated Seats  
 

If the power, performance, safety and security doesn’t inspire you to get behind the wheel in winter, perhaps heated front seats will sweeten the deal. Just because you’re not burning up the track doesn’t mean you can’t stay warm. Ventilated front seats help keep you cool and comfortable even on humid summer days — remember those?  
 

Winter doesn’t stand a chance this year. Learn more about Dodge Challenger and Charger all-wheel-drive models at dodge.com. And stay tuned for another AWD installment featuring the Dodge Durango and Journey.  
 

¹ Based on 2016 Wards Large Regular Car vehicle segmentation. Excludes other FCA US LLC vehicles.  
² Based on Wards Middle Specialty segmentation.


One Comment

  • Tom Kahl
    Posted April 15, 2017 at 3:39 pm | Permalink

    I own a 2017 Challenger GT AWD. I want to see what the AWD system looks like & also any technical information available! Thx!

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