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Want a strong vehicle to upgrade your commute in Scotts Valley and Capitola? Compare the 2019 Dodge Charger vs. 2019 Ford Mustang and choose the one that’s right for you. With the help of the experts at Santa Cruz Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, you can see how these two models stack up in terms of engine capabilities, interior space, and available seating. Continue below to see how these two match up, and learn whether you’d rather be driving the Mustang or Charger.
Whether you go with the Mustang or Charger, either of these 2019 muscle cars comes available in multiple trims and highlights four available engine options across each lineup. And although the engines that can be outfitted in each model are great, you’ll only find the most powerful one, the Supercharged HEMI®, inside the 2019 Dodge Charger. Leave the Ford Mustang offerings in the dust with the 2019 Dodge Charger SRT® Hellcat, which is the most powerful car among both models. Compare the two high-end trims of each vehicle below:
With the Dodge Charger’s Hellcat trim having the better engine under its hood, it should come as no surprise that the Dodge vehicle also delivers a better top speed. Get a look at each vehicle’s top speed below:
When drivers in Aptos are looking for a muscle car, they typically want the one that offers the most power and speed. Well, if that’s what you’re interested in, then the choice sure does seem clear to us. When you go with the 2019 Dodge Charger, you’ll leave every other car on Soquel roads in the dust.
For the last round of our comparison, we’re going to see whether the Mustang or Charger has more interior space and passenger room. Well, right off the bat, the Dodge Charger has a seating arrangement that fits five passengers. This is superior to the four seats in the Mustang. On top of that, the Charger has 105 cubic feet of interior room, which is far greater than the 82.8 cubic feet in the Mustang. Even more, the two-door Mustang only allows for 13.5 cubic feet of cargo space compared to the generous 16.1 cubic feet in the four-door Charger.
If you think the Charger is the superior vehicle, then be sure to take a look at our available new and pre-owned inventories and find the right one for you! Contact us for more information on the Dodge Charger, compare it to the Dodge Challenger, and feel free to schedule a test drive with any vehicle in our new or used car lineups.