True. They should clarify the ad only includes the Scat Pack, SRT, and Hellcat.True, but most Chargers you see on the road aren't that fast, and the SS is built in Australia (if we're being facty and definitiony). So there's really no comparison between the two and I'm way off base with my initial post.
Advertisement shows a lot of wiggle room, did not specify, so .. .. .. yes!Neither is the Charger by that logic, unless we're talking "North American".
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I been wondering what the composition of the chassis is, metallurgical wise - alloy? what?Engine iand trans made in Mexico. Chassis is made in AU it's a unibody welded up of lots of small parts. From window sticker 3% made in US/Canadian, 80% Australia content.
Add does not specify size, only SEDAN .. ???It's actually easier than that. The Charger is such a behemoth it falls into the large-car segment. The SS is mid-sized.
Your '16 is M6 ?Zal this is off window sticker for my 16 Mexico is not North America to me US and Canada is.
The Americas consists of two continents. North America (which goes all the way up to Canada) and South America (which goes all the way down to Chile). Central America is part of North America. Latin America is everything south of the US. For business purposes (trade barriers, taxes, tariffs, etc.) NAFTA defines the US, Canada, and Mexico as "North America"......The American continent extends from Argentina to Alaska, divided in North, Central, and South.
North American includes Canada, USA, Mexico, Bermuda, Greenland, and St Pierre.
Not sure where Cuba falls, as well as the Virgin Islands, Antilles, etc....