Dodge's Muscle Car Lineup Offers All-Wheel Drive Performance

Most muscle cars use rear wheel drive (RWD) transmissions. However, Dodge is the only manufacturer to offer a lineup of all-wheel drive (AWD) muscle cars. Some of the benefits of AWD cars include excellent traction—which comes in handy when accelerating from a stop—and superior handling.

The Charger and the Challenger are two popular muscle cars from Dodge, and our new inventory is well-stocked with the latest models for our customers. When it comes to engine lineups, both cars are quite similar, offering everything from a 3.6-liter V6 to a 5.7-liter V8. If you're looking for maximum performance, the Hellcat models feature a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that produces 707 horsepower. If you're a fan of manual transmissions, you'll want to look at the Challenger, as it offers a stick shift option for most trims, whereas the Charger is only available with an automatic transmission.

It's likely that most of your experience with muscle cars involve RWD transmissions. If you're interested in test driving one of Dodge's AWD vehicles, stop in at Audubon Chrysler Center today.

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