The cost of a standard tune-up for a Dodge Charger depends on a number of factors, but it can range from $200 to $800, as of 2015. If major servicing is necessary in addition to the tune up, it could cost $1,200 or more.
The cost of a tune-up includes a number of services, such as replacing spark plugs, the distributor cap, various wires and rotors. Technicians often change fuel and air filters and perform computer diagnostics and an oil change. Because mechanics provide all of these services as needed, the cost of parts and labor, which generally ranges from $40 to $150 per hour, has a high impact on the total cost of a tune-up.