Car Comparison Of The Dodge Charger And Chrysler 300

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Advanced Writing and Grammar
Mr. Griffith (Section 103(
March 16, 2013
Car Comparison of the Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300
The Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 are very famous cars nowadays, and very stylish. After spending the vacation looking for a car my father and I could buy, we finally chose two cars. One of these cars was a 2013 dodge Charger and the other was a 2013 Chrysler 300. My dad said that there was no way I could buy either of the two cars. The Dodge was very expansive at $30,000.00 and the Chrysler was very powerful at 410 horse power. Since I was going to school and leave my home in a week, he agreed and said I could buy one of these cars, then I spent ...view middle of the document...

9 seconds and the Dodge Charger will come following in 19.8 seconds, if they race around the drag race, the race would be a little close since the Charger have better handling. There are many differences in performance between Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300, and there are also many differences in power between the Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300.
They are very powerful cars. No matter which car of them has more power, you can always buy performance parts for the car since the Dodge Charger R/T just came out it doesn’t have a big market yet but the performance market is growing, And the Chrysler 300 have big performance in the market.
The style and the features of the cars are the most important thing. The Dodge Charger comes with Leather seats, radio, CD player, beats audio system, power automatic windows, and power locks are in the car, The 300 Chrysler is a luxury car than a sports car. The Chrysler 300 without any options has nothing it has cloth seats, radio, manual windows and locks, and less comfortable seats, And I was looking for a sports car than a luxury car.
In conclusion, in this essay I explained the differences between the Charger and the 300 by discussing the performance, power and style. I was confused no matter which car I buy, I wanted the fastest car I could get with my father's budget, After I made my decision, I bought a brand new Dodge Charger for $31,500.00, It's been a month and I haven’t thought about the Chrysler 300.

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