2012 Dodge Charger SRT-8 Names a Best Get Away Performance Vehicle

Recently, cars.com came out with a list covering what they believe to be the 10 best Heist Cars. They believe that this list is composed of the top ten cars someone would want if they were planning a heist. Many of these cars made the list due to power, handling and speed. Topping the list at number two was the 2012 Dodge Charger SRT-8 model.

Dodge Charger

2012 Dodge Charger

It is no surprise to many that the Dodge Charger SRT-8 is named a top heist car. Intimidating other with aggressive looks and a powerful sounding engine, this is one high-performance car you don’t want to mess with. One of the best features of the Charger is the great balance, suspension, comfort, handling and ability to control.

Why the 2012 Dodge Charger SRT-8 is a top heist vehicle:

• Can outrun any standard-issue police car

• 6.4L V8 engine producing 470 lbs.-ft. of torque and 470 horsepower

• Reaching top speeds of 175 MPH

• Aggressive and bold styling with upgraded breaks

• Easy to use 8.4-inch touch screen interface

• Lots of trunk space

As long as the pursuing agency chasing you does not have Dodge Charger, then there seems to be no better heist option. In reality, most people never plan a heist, bust still want a fun, exciting, powerful and reliable performance vehicle they can count on. Here at Rochester Hills Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Dealership in Rochester Hills, MI, we have many performance vehicles for different needs. Keeping stocked with new and used Dodge Chargers, Rochester Hills Chrysler Jeep is sure to have one you will like. Stop in now or call (888)435-3039 to test drive one today.

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