2019 Dodge Charger vs. 2019 Chevrolet Camaro

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The 2019 Dodge Charger and 2019 Chevrolet Camaro may appear like direct competitors, but the 2019 Dodge Charger outperforms the Camaro constantly.

Engine Specifications and Performance Measurements

The 2019 Dodge Charger for sale at our Dodge dealership is a four-door medium-sized sedan that seats five persons, and the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro is a two-door medium-sized coupe that seats four persons. Both vehicles run off premium unleaded fuel and have a V8 cylinder engine. Both models have a base engine size of 6.2 liters, and get a combined fuel efficiency of 16 miles per gallon. Both vehicles are rear-wheel drive and the Dodge Charger has an eight-speed shiftable automatic transmission, while the Chevrolet Camaro has a six-speed manual transmission. Both vehicles have an OHV (overhead valve) cam type. 

The Dodge Charger beats the Chevrolet Camaro in terms of horsepower with a horsepower of 707 running at 6,000 revolutions per minute, up against a horsepower of 650 running at 6,400 revolutions per minute (translated to a horsepower of 609 running at 6,000 revolutions per minute for comparison). The Dodge Charger has a turning circle of 39 feet and the Chevrolet Camaro has a turning circle of 38.1 feet. 

Safety Systems and Features

Both vehicles provide a wide array of safety systems and features to ensure that you and your passengers are protected when any problems or unexpected issues arise that require quick thinking and reactions by your vehicle.

Both vehicles include an anti-lock braking system present on all four wheels, stability as well as traction control, engine immobilizer, monitoring for tire pressure changes, emergency braking assist system, head airbags for the front and rear, side-mounted airbags on both front sides, post-collision safety system, a warning for blind spot accident avoidance system, and ventilated disc brakes on the front and rear wheels.

Both the Chevrolet Camaro and the Dodge Charger also have built-in child safety car seat anchors, occupant sensing technology for the passenger airbag deactivation function, anti-theft remote alarm system, dusk sensing headlamps, headlamps with an auto delay off system, and xenon high-intensity discharge headlamp.

The differences in safety features are in the Dodge Charger's child safety locks on the rear doors, the brake drying function, emergency braking preparation system, three-point safety seat belt in the center rear seat, and in the rear integrated headrests. These features are not currently included in the Chevrolet Camaro models.

Comfort and Convenience Features

Your new vehicle will be the epitome of comfort and of the utmost convenience with the additional features integrated into both the Chevrolet Camaro and the Dodge Charger. Both vehicles possess electric power steering, cruise control systems, keyless ignition, climate control, electrochromic rearview mirror on the inside, rearview camera, and rear parking sensors.

In addition to the previous listed features, the Dodge Charger also includes dual reverse tilt mirrors that give the driver a curb view when in reverse, interior air filtration system, and a universal transmitter remote for your garage and or security system.

As if the roster of bells and whistles is not extensive enough, there are more features that both cars have to offer including illuminating vanity mirrors on both sides of the vehicle, pockets on the inside of both front doors, storage on both front seat backs, and front cup holders.

The Dodger Charger also has an overhead console that provides extra storage, rear cup holders (in addition to the front cup holders), pockets on the inside of the rear doors (in addition to front door pockets), bucket front seats, and rear ventilation ducts. These features do not currently come in the Chevrolet Camaro.

Both makes of these vehicles have your comfort in mind and have integrated a heated steering wheel with telescopic and tilt adjustment functions so that you feel just right when driving your vehicle. The Dodge Charger takes it a bit further with adding transmission controls to the cruise controls and audio controls that are standard on both the Charger and Camaro. The steering wheel in the Dodge Charger is made with premium leather and simulated alloy, while the Chevrolet Camaro's steering wheel is made using simulated suede.

The numerous power functions in both vehicles are also noteworthy, including hands-free entry, two one-touch power windows, heated mirrors, and eight-way power adjustable driver seats. The Dodge Charger also has an eight-way power adjustable passenger seat, while the Chevrolet Camaro has a six-way power adjustable passenger seat. The Dodge Charger has also included a power adjustable lumbar support for the driver seat as well; the Chevrolet Camaro does not currently have this feature.

Both models will keep you and your passenger toasty warm with multi-level heated driver and passenger seats as well as headrests for both driver and passenger seats. The Dodge Charger also has a multi-level heating function for the rear seats as well. The Charger has a split folding rear seat back with three rear headrests and a folding center armrest, and the Camaro has a standard rear folding seat back. The interior of the Chevrolet Camaro is primarily leather and microfiber, and the interior of the Dodge Charger is primarily premium leather.

Exterior Features and Optional Add-Ons

Both vehicles are strikingly attractive and sporty with several extra touches to complete the look. Both vehicles sport painted alloy wheels; the Chevrolet Camaro with P305/30R Z tires, and the Dodge Charger with all season 275/40R Z tires. Both vehicles have the availability of adding a sunroof, center single or dual stripes, various decals, and several emblems to customize your new vehicle.

Warranty Information

Both Chevrolet and Dodge have you covered for years to come following your new vehicle purchase with several warranties. Both vehicles come with a basic warranty that is good for up to three years or when you reach 36,000 miles, whichever comes first. Both also have a drive train warranty that you can utilize for up to five years or when you reach a maximum of 60,000 miles, and lastly, both models have a roadside warranty for up to five years or when you reach up to 60,000 miles, whichever you reach first.

As you can see, the Dodge Charger pulls out all of the stops to beat the Chevrolet Camaro on some key metrics. Lock in your warehouse pricing today!

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