First, we will compare Dodge Charger production across all generations, not including the unique South American Dodge Chargers:
In this chart, 2005 and 2006 figures are estimated based on US and Canadian sales.
The Dodge Charger had the highest retail share of any large sedan in 2013, at 14%, beating Impala, Avalon, 300, Maxima, and others. Retail sales growth was 85% in 2011, 43% in 2012, and 11% in 2013. Total North American sales for the modern Dodge Charger follow, with the best year in bold:
In 2015, the company built 1,334 Dodge Charger Hellcats. 841 went to the US (excluding Puerto Rico with 42), 281 to Canada, and 97 to Mexico; the rest were exported outside North America.
By specialty color, the modern Dodge Charger’s production was:
Dodge Charger cars
5.7 Hemi2017 Daytona
Hellcat on the Track
426 HemiCharger Daytona
440 Six-PackDefiance Charger
318-360 V8sMopar ’11
340 V8 Aussie Chargers
383 V82012 Redline
440 V81999 Concept
1964-67: Early Cars
Pentastar V6Omni Chargers’11-14 SRT8
1975-78 Charger SE
1969 Press Kit
5-Speed AutoSouth American
’15-17SpecsProduction by Year8-speed AutoFast FiveThe Fastest HellcatsSRT V8Police cars
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