I have always been a truck girl. Since I moved pretty far from work, it was time to downsize. I love that it's heavy and "chunky"!!! It's a super smooth quiet ride, but still sporty and durable! It is such a perfect combination of all things great! Car feels tight.. but still gets up and goes... quickly! I have the SXT Plus. Love the large screen, roomy back seat, and the style is amazing! I feel safe in this car which is a HUGE HUGE HUGE deal for me! You won't be disappointed buying this car!!
Lots of muscle for the Money.
2016 Dodge ChallengerBarry Crist - Hallandale Beach, FL10/02/2016
Bought my 2016 Challenger Scat Pack in crazy plum purple with less than 1000 miles on it. Paid around forty grand for the carbur it has a few options such as the 8 speed auto transmission, appearance package which includes scat pack logos on the front fenders, hyper black wheels, bumblebee stripe on the rear, scat pack logos on the front seats, blacked out grill and fuel cap. Also has suede and leather interior as well as navigation. The real reason for buying this car was for it's 392 cubic inch engine which puts out 485 horsepower and 475 pound feet of torque. The car is extremely fast and the Brembo 4 rotor brakes stop the car well. The exhaust system has a nice growl to it which my old 2013 Challenger with it's 5.7 Hemi did not have.
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!!
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