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Car handles excellent ,mechanically sound ,Color stands out (especially to cops) Hemi orange pearl with carbon fiber rally stripes, SRT Alcoa
When I purchased this car I knew what I wanted, A beastly fast, animal of an automobile, that had aggressive muscle car performance and a bad attitude. Well, I got that but...I also got a easy going ,good natured , smooth, quiet riding ,24 mpg, stand out of the crowd, beauty with a BIG truck. The SRT8 Challenger does not drive like the awesome mustang cobra, it still has that adolescence bad boy feel but way more refined and comfortable. It took me about a week of driving to really fall for the pluses this car has to offer. Read all the many other review of the Challenger, I did. Most of the negatives I read about are there, but they are not necessarily negatives. The blind spot is the worst criticism I could come up with. But you learn to look twice and be careful. The soft suspension is actually a plus. This thing feels like a 70s Buick, heavy and solid. Compared to my lowered 2000 SS Camaro, cornering is a little smushy. But the Camaro rattles your teeth after driving it for awhile. The six speed is great and helps you get that good gas mileage, for a 425 hp beast. Looks of the car are fantastic and draws attention and respect. Fit and finish are excellent. Something I thought would never be possible with Dodge. The cabin is well thought out and comfortable. Especially the SRT8 heated seats with the suede inserts. My car has the navigation and premium stereo which rocks. In conclusion, I'd say I love this car and I think you will too. Take one for a spin and you'll be glad you did. All of my friends have given me excellent reviews and comments after riding and driving in this modern day muscle cruiser.
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.