Royal City Fine Cars

10 Malcolm Rd
GuelphOntario
N1K 1A9Canada
Phone: 519-823-2277

2015 Dodge Charger Hell cat Laguna seats ...

2015 Dodge Charger Hell cat Laguna seats navigation sunroof 707 H.P.

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  • Price: $74,991
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Charger Hell cat Laguna seats navigation sunroof 707 H.P.
  • Year: 2015
  • Mileage: 1,100 km
  • Transmission: automatic
  • Doors: 4
  • Ext. Color: black
  • Int. Color: black
  • Engine: V8
  • Stock no.: hellcatz
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What an awesome car, TREAT your self , One of the fastest production car where you have a trunk and full back seats to carry car seats or passengers. Options include Laguna seats, Leather Heated and ventilated seats, Navigation, Tinted glass, Alpine sound system, This car is brand new , No storys, we got books keys and balance of factory warranty from DODGE applies. interesting trades welcome. Please call us for lease and finance specials. Royal City Fine Cars has been selling and servicing luxury and high-end vehicles in the Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge areas with over 30 years' experience. A reasonable and friendly approach to buying your dream vehicle! With both financing and leasing options available, we can offer flexible payment options. Extended warranties offer peace of mind on your investment! Please confirm with seller accuracy of information. Mileage recorded at time of listing.Taxes and license are not included in listing price.

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MSRP $35,190
Engine and transmission
Engine 3.6 /  
Transmission (speeds/type) 8 / Automatic
Driven wheels  
Performances
Power 292 @ 6350
Torque 260 @ 4800
Fuel consumption: city (L/100km) 12.4
Fuel consumption: highway (L/100km) 7.7
Technical
Fuel tank capacity (L) 70
Front suspension Short And Long Arm / Short And Long Arm
Rear suspension Multi-Link / Multi-Link
Traction control x
Stability control x
Wheels and tires
Wheels Aluminum
Wheels dimensions (inches) 17 x 7
Tires 215 x 65
Security
Dics brakes 4
ABS x
Brake assist system  
Front airbags 2
Side airbags 2
Power locks x
Comfort and convenience
Air conditioning (automatic) x
Power windows x
Parking assistance  
Cruise control x
Audio and communication
Auxiliary audio input x
Bluetooth x
Navigational system  

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