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Used 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT-8 for Sale

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Reviews for 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT-8

Overall Rating

4.8 out of 5(4 reviews)

Very powerful, fun car.

Very fun and powerful. Grabs the attention of everyone. Not the best daily driver but a fun weekend car when you can get on the highway and put the pedal to the floor.

- Joe Billybob, 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT-8

2012 Dodge Challenger SRT8

I love my Challenger SRT8. It's very muscular and drop dead sexy. The quality of the fit and finish of the car is outstanding. I'm 6'5 and there is so much room. I love the heated seats and steering wheel. it's a very fast and comfortable car. It may weigh over 4k, but you'd never know by the way it handles and the how much torque it has. It has Brembo brakes! To quote Tim Allen, "R - R - R!"

- John, 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT-8

Challenger SRT8

This car is a lot of fun to drive. Sport mode stiffens suspension assisting in acceleration and cornering. The Engine noise is growly though a bit quieter than you'd expect from 6.4L. The build quality appears to be pretty decent; there is some plastic on the interior and the doors/inside rear panels present quite a lot of it actually but it is light and does the job. The Leather and suede seats are comfortable and hug you for those times when you are driving spiritedly. The size of the car is something to get used to but stay pretty flat in corners. Parking can be a bit of a chore especially if you want to back into a space or parallel park since there is almost no visibility toward the rear/rear sides. Changing lanes is also something of a guessing game due to visibility limitations. Gas mileage is not bad considering, I have a blend of city and highway traffic, mostly rush hour stuff, and I average around 18MPG on 93 Octane. The brakes are insane and I'm pretty sure that if I had to stop quickly the guy behind me would not be able to avoid a collision; that said the Brembo's seem to dust up the rims rather quickly so you might want to get a wheel protector product that will shed the dust. Dash is laid out nicely and Dodge didn't spare you too many gadgets so you'll have heated steering wheel if you like, heated seats, Informational computer with settings for at least a dozen different car behavioral functions, keyless entry and go, cruise control, steering wheel mounted controls, tire pressure gages and all sorts of goodies. The manual gearbox is very good, smooth into any gear. When not moving it is hard to tell what gear is what, but once you are driving it seems to just go where you want it to. The clutch is not unbearable though the engagement zone is pretty short so you have to get used to it. I never drove it in the snow (I have a 4x4 for that) but in the rain you'll easily lose the rear end if you put your foot into it even a little and especially on a curve. Care should be given to wet driving and given that I'd just assume you are not driving this in the snow unless you don't want to keep it.

- JCsernik, 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT-8

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.