2010 Dodge ChallengerPhilip Gordon - Delmar, DE09/22/2016
This car has been full of great surprises. Dodge outdid themselves in engineering an all around practical muscle car. From daily commutes to long road trips, this car is designed to make any trip enjoyable. It has plenty of power when you want it, and gets acceptable highway mileage for a V8. I tend to average around 28 mpg on the highway and 18 in town. It has been low maintenance and looks great from every angle.
I wanted one for a while and 16 months later I bought one.
I chose the leather seats, moon roof, and the V8 Hemi w/auto transmission. If you can afford the upgrades. I highly recommend getting them. The car has plenty of cabin room, trunk space, horsepower, style, and performance. The Challenger sits higher than comparable muscle cars I like this option. The auto transmission has ECO so when your out just cruising around, you'll get decent gas mileage. I can also release the traction control and go auto stick down the quarter mile. If you decide to purchase one you'll be welcomed into the Mopar Family and it just adds to the fun of owning a Challenger, because that is what life is really all about folks...... having fun! Enjoy!
2010 Dodge Challengermick the quick - munster, Indiana11/15/2012
The most fun I've ever had driving. Monster hemi with 372 hp and all the looks you could ever want. I've gotten more looks and compliments than with any car I've ever owned.
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