Looking Back at the Charger’s Storied History
You don’t have to ask yourself why you’re looking at muscle cars. It’s your right as an American to own a muscle car and to drive it wherever you want. Since you’ve wanted one since you were a kid, looking at the 2017 Dodge Charger is only you fulfilling a lifelong dream. And then, once you get in and start that puppy up, you know you have waited long enough and it’s time to not only take it for a test drive but it’s the exact right time to sign the papers and drive it home, after you have driven it around several hundred miles to get the feel of it.
Of course, with the Charger, getting the feel of it might not be the precise phrasing. Perhaps melting into it might be a little better, or even “yes! This is it!” might be more appropriate. Everybody has a different feeling and a unique way to express themselves when they are finally fulfilling their dream of owning and driving an authentic muscle car like the 2017 Dodge Charger.
Muscle cars go way back to the 1960s when everything was about big engines and lots of speed. Drag races happened on every street in every town across America and people loved watching and driving all the fast cars. As a culture we kind of moved away from that for a while, at least the drag racing, but we still love our fast cars. The Dodge Charger is so fast that it can hit 60 miles per hour in only 3.4 seconds, which is faster than the German Porsche 911 Carrera S model. Yeah, right – who knew?
The Charger is also roomier and you can take more friends and family out for a cruise than with the Porsche. The Charger, and you can see for yourself when you go to Puente Hills Chrysler Dodge Jeep, obviously has speed but it also provides a safety net with all the safety features that come with it. Rear cross-traffic alert and forward collision warnings along with adaptive cruise control, lane departure warnings, blind spot monitors, with lane-keep assist are just a few of the many safety items included with your new Charger. So, next time you’re looking at the Charger, remember that fulfilling dreams is your right as an American. Plus, driving it will be a lot of fun!