2010 Dodge Challenger
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- The 6.1 liter HEMI, the retro looks, and the amazing thrill
- 6.1 liter HEMI fuel economy,if you want fuel economy buy a Toyota, back seat access, bland interior
Purchased As Used
First off... I owned a 2008 Dodge Charger R/T, it was an amazing car despite electrical problems that I had which left me with the decision to trade it. I decided I was tired of sedans and wanted a coupe, so I purchased a CAMARO 2SS. I liked it at first but after rock chipped paint, an oil leak, and disappointing 400HP Automatic engine (426 HP manual) quiet exhaust, I decided to get rid of it after 6k miles. Sooooo.... the Challenger SRT8 was my next choice, and should have been the 1st! Rumbling engine, quiet cabin, 6.1 liter 425 HP For auto and manual transmission, big comfortable seats, quality leather, and when you want power...not only is it there but it glues you to your seat! I enjoy the my gig hard drive, touchscreen navigation, usb port, ipod, and the sound system comes with a Kicker subwoofer standard, for audio-heads it awesome! Some of the cons of the vehicle are premium gas prices (93 octane), expensive synthetic oil changes, a few blindspots (much better than camaro though), no backup sensor, and interior is extremely comfortable but limited in styling. I purchased this car used with 15k miles to save $$$$ (new 45k), after 3 oil changes, scheduled maintenance, and daily driving no problems! If you love retro, comfortable, fast, lots of attention (which can be a bad thing at times), muscle, and an unforgettable driving experience BUY THIS. I advise you to be ready for the expenses, attention, race challenges, stares, thumbs up, gas consumption, and enjoyable driving that comes with owning this phenomenal vehicle.
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