Damn, the folks want the hard stuff, and Dodge has enough top-shelf hooch to go around. According to J.D. Power and Associates, 65% of Dodge Charger buyers have opted for the Hemi over the relatively weaker V6s. Power also found the average price paid for a Hemi Charger is $32,722, or $7,785 more than average price for a six-cylinder model. Dodge appears to have learned from a big Hemistake (heh heh) during the launch of its Magnum wagon in 2005, when only 35% of the company's inventory was Hemi-equipped at launch.
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