The 2023 Dodge Charger is a large and heavy vehicle with a high fuel consumption rate. The EPA estimations are lower than average in the city, but it does very well on the highway. Our thorough testing protocol includes a 75-mph real-world fuel-economy route, but we've only put the smaller V-6 with AWD and the larger 485-horsepower V-8 through their paces. Surprisingly, the six-cylinder got 26 miles per gallon on the interstate while the eight-cylinder got 25. The Charger's interior prioritizes functionality over luxury, featuring a predominance of rubberized materials. While the rear-seat legroom is impressive, the passenger space falls slightly below average. The cabin's design is reminiscent of classic muscle cars, featuring a simplistic yet functional layout. However, there are a plethora of options available to customize the interior to your liking. While the Charger's trunk volume is comparable to that of its competitors, it has the ability to accommodate an additional carry-on box, setting it apart from the rest. The vehicle's total capacity was 18 with the rear seat stowed, surpassing both the fastback-hatchback Kia Stinger as well as the Maxima, by three. The center console is designed with ample storage for smaller items and a designated slot next to the shifter that is ideal for securing your smart-phone. To learn about the payment options available for the 2023 Dodge Charger, please feel free to get in touch with the finance department at Cranbrook Dodge.