3. 2013 Dodge Charger
Barely edging out its showroom doppelganger, the Dodge Charger takes bronze in the AutoGuide trunk-volume competition. This full-figured Mopar shares so many dimensions with the Chrysler 300 it’s surprising their trunks are different sizes. The two cars have identical fuel tanks, capable of holding 19.1 gallons. They have the same amount of rear-seat legroom, and at more than 120 inches the wheelbase shared by these two cars is the longest in this comparison.
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As for trunk volume, the Charger edges out the 300 by just two-tenths of a cubic foot. The Dodge has 16.5 cubes of room verses 16.3 for the Chrysler. If you’re curious about the Charger’s powertrains look no further than the fourth-place finisher.