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.
If you're looking for a modern day muscle car, this is the car for you. The Dodge Challenger is an American-made muscle car with all the bells & whistles of current technology. Although a two door, the truck has enough space to fit a lot in it and the interior is spacious enough for two.
Love My 'Christine'
2012 Dodge ChallengerThe Doctor - Farmington, CT07/19/2016
I've owned some nice cars before, but I receive compliments on my R/T literally EVERYWHERE I go since I mounted her wide summer tires on chrome rims. Just a subtle touch, but completes her look and puts her over the top! I can understand it happening at cruise nights and car shows because you expect to meet enthusiasts, but anywhere from gas stations to dining out to even going to the store, I receive many kind words wherever I go! For a V-8, she gets excellent gas mileage. She may not be the fastest car I've owned in the quarter mile (she's still largely stock), but she has excellent top end. Haven't had the nerve or an empty enough stretch of highway to find out her top speed yet. The important thing is her reliability and comfort!
There’s something about a car that goes vroom that can’t be beat. When you’re sitting behind the wheel of a powerful car, your heart races and your mind wanders to all the places you can go. There are plenty of used cars out there that deliver high horsepower for low prices.
This sports car buying guide has 18 different sports cars for shoppers who want a little more driving excitement in their lives. There’s something for everyone here, from zippy four-cylinder convertibles to monstrous, 500-horsepower-plus sports cars that really push you back in their driver’s seats!