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 |  Jan 29 2013, 9:48 AM

7. Dodge Charger V6 - 592 Miles

It’s a long trip back to Detroit from South Korea, but a necessary one because the Dodge Charger is lucky No. 7. With the company’s award-winning 3.6-liter V6 on board and an eight-speed automatic transmission this full-size sedan delivers a road-trip ready 31 miles per gallon on the highway. It’s rated at 19 MPG around town.

SEE ALSO: 2013 Dodge Charger Review

The car’s fuel tank holds 19.1 gallons of gasoline, and doing the math that means the Charger can tackle nearly 600 miles on a single tank. That’s enough to drive from Motown to Philadelphia with a few miles left over, probably just enough to find a gas station.

  • Davatet3

    What about the 2013 Nissan Altima 4-cylinder???  Or is that not considered a “large sedan” It gets 684 miles to a tank on highway. 

  • Mfjm12

    How about a kia Optima. I rented one for a week and whenever I filled it up driving it across the country it gave me a range of about 520. Tie for last place?

  • CDO1983

    Quick facts direct from the EPA fuel economy website, the Nissan Maxima, Honda Accord, VW Passat, Buick lacrosse and all new smaller Toyota Avalon Hybrid are not classified as large, They are all classified as midsize! The Maxima is in fact smaller inside then the midsize Altima. 

  • Negousan

    I think that compare diesel engines with engines to gasoline or hybrid it is wrong, they should compare them each one is its category of motorization