368 Horsepower

When the Dodge Charger made its triumphant return in the mid-2000s, it was met with some criticism for being resurrected as a four-door sedan. Considering the previous 1980's Charger was a subcompact front-wheel-drive four-pot, that criticism quickly faded once people climbed behind the wheel. The Hemi V8 doesn't disappoint, and prices are only now starting to dip below the $10,000 threshold for earlier examples like this 2010 model. That's a testament to how popular the Charger has become.