2013 Dodge Challenger User Reviews
- $26,295 - $44,195
- No trim specified for this review
- Everything, except no all-wheel drive
- All-wheel drive option not offered
Purchased As Not Purchased
Everything is awesome about this car except for one thing, Dodge does not offer an option for all-wheel drive. The Challenger shares the exact same chassis as the Dodge Charger, which already does offer all-wheel drive as an option, so it would cost Dodge absolutely nothing extra to offer all-wheel drive as an option on the Challenger. It would make the Challenger the one and only all season, all weather, musclecar on the market. A year-round, all weather, musclecar would truly be the ultimate dream car. There is no reason why Dodge cannot at least offer it as an option on the Challenger to the millions of people who experience snow each year in the north and northeast. Please pass this suggestion on to others you know, and send an email to the Chrysler Corporation from their website, as well, if you agree. Thank you.
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