2013 Dodge ChallengerJimmy Brooks - Colorado Springs, CO01/09/2017
Great car just make sure you check tires my wife didn't do that for me. She picked up car for me while at a training exercise
2012 Dodge ChallengerDarlene Smith - Villa Rica, GA06/12/2016
Fun car to drive, mileage is good, very comfortable. Loved my car, was rear ended while sitting still in traffic by a F150 and walked away with just scrapes and bruises. I'm looking for another one. Not many cars would have held up like this one did in a crash of a F150 at 55+ mph while sitting still. Loved my Challenger. The only complaint was the blind spot backing up, trying to look on passenger side. But I'm ready to buy another one!!
Just what I wanted
2009 Dodge ChallengerJim the Auto Mechanic - Raleigh, NC11/11/2010
I am very impressed with this car. I love it. I get compliments on the car all the time. I find it is very peppy when you turn off the ESP. Handles well. Interior items are well placed. The sound system is mind blowing. It has the auto stick shift, but I don't even bother using it.
My only pitfalls on the car is: Some of the interior plastics seem to be cheaply put together. I've had to repair the plastic around the seat bottom already. I've also noted that getting into the car with any button on the back of your pants will rub against the leather seats and over time will wear the seat area out. Keep this in mind- perhaps a seat cover would be recommended.
Tires will be expensive to replace. The originals only come with a treadwear of 220. Great for sticking to the road, but will wear out at 22,000 miles. tirerack.com- here I come!
I would also get the undercarriage sprayed to prevent rust in the future.
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