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Dodge's new Charger Widebody is a thicc sedan with big power, and a serious performance bargain to boot.


The Widebody package is a $6,000 option on the Charger Scat Pack and Hellcat.

You've got to hand it to Fiat-Chrysler. The current Dodge Charger has been with us for 15 years, but thanks to a number of styling updates, interior enhancements, power boosts and limited-edition models, this full-size sedan is as relevant now as it's ever been. Sales haven't slowed, either, proving the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" adage certainly rings true with this big boy.

The latest move to keep the Charger fresh is the addition of a Widebody package, similar to what Dodge launched on the Challenger in 2017. It adds 3.5 inches of width to the Charger, but there's more to this updo than meets the eye.
Wide stance

Dodge didn't just stick some fender flares on the Charger and call it a day. The Widebody gets a unique front fascia to better blend with the added width, and the result is a design so good, you'll wish the Charger had always looked like this from the get-go. The wider track means Dodge can fit fat, 305-section Pirelli P-Zero tires for better grip, wrapped around 20-inch deep-dish wheels that look rad as hell.

            

To complement the wider rolling stock, the Widebody has stiffer front springs and beefier sway bars than a standard Charger. Revised tuning for the electronic power steering helps drivers keep better control, and there are different modes to choose from, too, which offer varying amounts of heft to the wheel's action.



All of this makes the Charger a lot better to drive. Make no mistake, this is a big car, but the added width, meaty tires and updated chassis pay dividends in balance while cornering. You no longer feel like you're just chucking some big honkin' brute into a bend. I mean, you still are, but at least now there's a lot more grip, with better feedback through the steering. The Widebody treatment gives the Charger some much-needed finesse while cornering.

Source: Cnet.com