The modern-day, four-door Dodge Charger entered its second generation in 2010, when revised front and rear fascias, as well as a redesigned hood were added. For 2015, the second-gen model received its mid-cycle facelift, which, interestingly enough, brought extensive design changes and the first fully revamped front end since the nameplate’s revival in 2005. Not exactly "all-new," but certainly fresh.

Available in four trim levels below Mopar’s Scat Pack version and SRT’s 392 and Hellcat iterations, the Dodge Charger retails from $27,995 as the SE with RWD and from $35,995 in R/T clothes. I, for one, am not crazy about its Dart-like appearance, but if some of you find it appealing, then you’d be happy know the car’s online configurator is now up and running, and it’s packed with several options you can add inside and out.

Read on to find out more about the 2015 Charger’s features, then head over to Dodge’s website to build your own muscle sedan. And don’t forget to share your selection with us in the comments box below.

Click past the jump to read more about the 2015 Dodge Charger.

Exterior Colors

For a car that once roamed the streets as a glorious muscle car dressed in all sorts of high-impact colors, the 2015 Dodge Charger comes with a very tedious color palette. Except for the Redline Red and the Jazz Blue, the sedan comes only in various shades of black, gray or white. There’s Pitch Black, Phantom Black, Bright White, Ivory, Granite Crystal Metallic, and Billet Silver Metallic. What gives, Dodge? Where’s the B5 Blue, and, more importantly, the Sublime Green offered with the 2015 Challenger? Oh well, guess I’ll have mine in Jazz Blue.

Billet Silver Metallic Clear Coat

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Bright White Clear Coat

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Granite Crystal Metallic Clear Coat

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Ivory Tri-Coat Pearl

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Jazz Blue Pearl Coat

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Phantom Black Tri-Coat Pearl

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Pitch Black

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Redline Red Tri-Coat Pearl

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Interior Colors

Things get a little better inside, where customers can opt for one of four color combos. Those looking for a classy combination can go with the a full Black interior or the Black/Tungsten combo. If you’re looking for a brighter contrast, there’s a Black/Ruby upholstery and a black-and-white configuration with Pearl White inserts for the seats and door panels.

Black Interior

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Black/Ruby Interior

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Black/Tungsten Interior

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Black/Pearl Interior

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Options and Packages

Depending on the trim level, you can equip the Charger with various options and packages. For the base SE model, for instance, exterior options include 18-inch Satin Carbon aluminum wheels and all-season performance tires. An engine block heater is the only option in the drivetrain department, while the Packages section includes the Popular Equipment Group, the Sport Appearance Group and the Power Sunroof Group. These features bump the Charger SE’s base price from $27,995 to as high as $30,970. All-wheel-drive adds an extra $3,000.

The options list grows bigger as you go up the trim ladder, with the R/T model getting 20-inch, forged-aluminum wheels, a power sunroof and a Pitch Black roof as available options. Packages include the Technology Group, the Beats Audio Group, the Navigation/Rear Back-Up Camera Group and the Driver Confidence Group. Add all these features to the range-topping R/T model and pricing jumps from $35,995 to $43,750.

Source: Dodge

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