The 2016 Dodge Charger from El Paso Dealers: Making Safety a Priority

The 2016 Dodge Charger from El Paso dealers shows that it’s more than capable and willing to be carrying the torch for the history-laden brand. This latest iteration may have had certain changes implemented, but in terms of its appeal, it still features the same head-turning, sleek, and muscular frame.

Beyond the good looks and the impressive engine options, however, the other thing that you can look forward to are its safety features. For those who like to live dangerously, the Dodge Charger makes sure that you can at least have access to features and technology that will keep you safe.

Safety First Always

At its most basic, you can expect stability and traction control, front-seat side-impact airbags, driver knee airbag, side curtain airbags, active front head restraints, and antilock disc brakes to be available on the Charger.

If you want to feel a lot more secure, though, you may opt to use the rear parking sensors, rear camera, blind-spot warning system (with rear cross-traffic alert), frontal collision warning and mitigation system (which comes with adaptive cruise control), as well as a lane-departure warning system (which also has lane-keeping assist capabilities).

Recognition

The IIH (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) gave the 2016 Dodge Charger a “Good” rating in the crash tests involving roof-strength, side-impact, and the moderate-overlap frontal-offset. For whiplash protection, meanwhile, it also earned another “Good” rating in the seat/head restraint design.

So you see, the 2016 Dodge Charger is not just all about brawn. It’s also about making sure that you’ll get to your destination safe and sound–you can even bring your family along for a ride if you want knowing that they will be comfortable, safe, and secure.

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