Top Ten Reasons To Buy A Dodge Challenger In 2011


Here's the top ten reasons to buy a Dodge Challenger in the coming year.

1. It's updated for 2011.

2. The SRT8 has a bigger engine.

3. So does the V-6.

4. Prices didn't rise all that much.

5. It can attack a track.

6. There's a version for drag racers.

7. The Challenger makes retro continue to look good.

8. It's just as fast, if not faster, than the 2010.

9. The Inaugural Edition of the SRT8 392 looks great.

10. Our Editorial Director looks good talking about the Challenger on video.

 
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Comments (6)
  1. "8. It's just as fast, if not faster, than the 2010."
    I would hope so, with a bigger V6 and a bigger V8.

  2. I can't wait to see them on the roads!
    I still prefer the old look the challenger side by side with the charger, you've got a serious cars on the there. I hope that the prices of gas would go down thou its hard to cope up with it and sometime my challenger just sits on the garage.
    Having the challenger is a great experience all that power in front of you as leave others in the dust, my 2009 dodge challenger spark plug replaced recently and regularly maintained, I'm proud having it.

  3. #4 prices didn't rise all that much the car is already over priced as it was

  4. Check out what Richard Petty is doing!
    http://www.jaylenosgarage.com/at-the-garage/muscle-cars/richard-petty-signature-series-challenger/

  5. the srt8 has a bigger engine should be number one

  6. purchased 2010 rt 5 weeks ago. have found rust on arms and ball joint stem and nuts. rear axles are rusty and most of the bolts also bolts that secure rear shocks. converters have surface rust all over them.surface rust on the frame. sercice mgr. says this is common on challengers. what a bonch of --it anyone out there with

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