The grille was slightly revised and new taillights that featured 22 individual lenses were the new visual revisions for the 1973 Charger. Most noticeable, however, was the new roofline around the quarter windows.
The legendary 426 HEMI was no longer available for the 1972 Charger, and the top-of-the-line performance model R/T was eliminated. Because of economic crises, the Charger began to be marketed as more of a low-end luxury coupe with lower prices and waning power.
The 1970 Charger was changed yet again and gone was the split grille that was introduced the previous year. New front fenders and a new lower-priced version with bench seats and a more modest trim package were added to the mix.
The 1969 Charger received minor changes to distinguish itself from the previous year with a new split front grille and new full-width tail-lamps. A six-cylinder was introduced as the base engine and was under-powered for the mass of the Charger.