Overall, I'm very happy with my Challenger. I've wanted one since they were announced as coming back, and I got a good deal on a the base V6 model. I really like the machine and driving feels nice and powerful. The trunk leaves something to be desired, and I'm not 100% sure why they placed the battery inside the trunk, which isn't able to be opened without battery power. If your battery dies, you'll either have to climb inside the trunk from the cabin, or jump the car from the front. Minor issues aside, it's comfortable and recommended for the wannabe car enthusiast who doesn't quite have the money, expertise or desire to go into the full-on V8 powerhouse vehicle range.
Challengers are very classy and noticeable. You feel like you are riding in luxury although it is technically a sports car. I always get looks and smiles when I am driving. I love my car and it is a great reflection of the driver as well as my hard work!
2009 Dodge ChallengerSkyler Butler - Salt Lake City, UT05/26/2015
Because its a beast! Its got a ton of power, its fun, its the best looking new muscle car. Gas mileage sucks I get about 300 miles to my 18 gallon tank bah! but the new challengers go into 4 cylinders on the freeway so it makes it better. The back seat doesnt have much room but there is a ton up front.
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