Now that Dodge has lost its truck lineup to the Ram brand, the Dodge Charger is arguably Dodge’s flagship product. For 2011, the model sports new sheet metal, a new interior and a new V-6 engine. It’s a serious effort for an automaker in the early stages of a potential revival, and our first impressions prove it’s a viable alternative to the more sedate Ford Taurus in the large-car segment. Continue reading our First Drive below, as well as the other top stories from the week.
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