Dodge's Hard Charger
The Good: Looks, price, muscle power in a four door sedan
The Bad: Looks, plastic interior lacks verve
The Bottom Line: A family car that can beat up your family car
Slide Show > >UpFront The American muscle car's recent resurgence is due in no small part to the wistful chord that models such as Ford's (F) Mustang and Chevrolet's upcoming Camaro strike in the hearts of aging baby boomers with a penchant for nostalgia—and, more importantly, with disposable income.
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