Dodge Charger Pursuit with seat upgradeDodge Charger Pursuit models are a great find. They're well-maintained by government agencies, and you can buy them at auctions for a fraction of the price of a new vehicle. However, these cars often have mismatched interiors, such as cloth front seats and vinyl rear seats.

If you're looking to harmonize the interior, your options aren't limited to just a cloth rear seat. This guide will walk you through the process of installing vinyl or leather seats, including the performance-focused SRT8 seats, into your Charger Pursuit. Browse our collection of Charger Seats for sale to get started, or consult our Seat Specialists for a custom seat build.

What Rear Seats Can I Put in My Charger?

Model Front Seats
2006 - 2007 Dodge Charger

'06 and '07 Only for Plug 'n Play. 

'08 - '09 work w/ wiring modification 

'10+ work w/ easy passenger bracket swap & wiring

2008 - 2009 Charger

08 - '09 Only for Plug 'n Play 

'10+ work w/ easy passenger bracket swap & wiring

2010 & Newer Charger 2010 & Newer direct bolt in. Wiring varies depending on options. 


If your car doesn't have folding rear seats, you will need to purchase and install the latches to keep the seat upright. 

What About Wiring?

Powered Track

Powering up the seat track is straightforward if the seat you're purchasing doesn't have a memory feature. All you need is a 12-volt power source and a ground. Most car audio installers can add this circuit for under $100 per side.

Heated Seats

For heated seats, you'll need to add a new power circuit along with the heater control circuit. Typically speaking, using an aftermarket seat heating kit is preferable to adapting the OEM heaters.

Pedal Adjustments

If your vehicle doesn't have this feature, you can still buy seats without it. You'll just need to buy a new trim piece or custom-mount a switch for the new trim piece.

Safety Sensors

If your replacement seat doesn't include safety sensors like the seat belt sensor or the track position sensor, you may need to transfer them from your old seat.

If Your Seats Have Airbags

If your original seats have airbags, make sure to purchase replacement seats that also include airbags.

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