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options to upgrade Dodge Charger SXT to RT

billydollybillydolly Posts: 1
edited October 2016 in General
I recently bought a new Dodge Charger SXT. This is my first new car purchase and was kind of in a rush to decide on a car due to certain living situations. I went with the SXT due to the appeal of mpg, but am reading that the actual differences when driving seem to be minimal from current Charger owners and the upside to an RT is worth it. Now close to a month into my purchase, I regret not going with an RT and I am wondering what are the best options to eventually upgrade from my SXT to an RT weather it be trading in after a certain period of time or getting another party involved, etc. I don't have a lot of experience dealing with new cars and dealerships as I have pretty much been driving around a reliable hand me down this whole time.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419

    I recently bought a new Dodge Charger SXT. This is my first new car purchase and was kind of in a rush to decide on a car due to certain living situations. I went with the SXT due to the appeal of mpg, but am reading that the actual differences when driving seem to be minimal from current Charger owners and the upside to an RT is worth it. Now close to a month into my purchase, I regret not going with an RT and I am wondering what are the best options to eventually upgrade from my SXT to an RT weather it be trading in after a certain period of time or getting another party involved, etc. I don't have a lot of experience dealing with new cars and dealerships as I have pretty much been driving around a reliable hand me down this whole time.

    You can trade, but you'll lose thousands of dollars.

    My advice is to learn to love the car you have.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

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