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Of all the retro-modern muscle cars, it’s easy to make the case that none has stayed as true to its roots as the Dodge Challenger. Not only does it look remarkably similar to the Challengers that hunted lesser pony-car prey in the 1970s, it’s also available with a pair of HEMI V-8 engines, long considered an essential ingredient among the Mopar faithful wishing to quickly convert rear-tire rubber into billowing clouds of smoke.

While the reborn Challenger works well as a muscle car, it also works as a grand-touring coupe. In fact, all versions can effortlessly devour highway miles, while treating occupants to composed and (relatively) quiet comfort. If speed is your thing, though, we can tell you from first-hand experience that the Challenger SRT8 models are quite impressive around a road course, driving a thousand pounds lighter than they actually are. We’d still take a Mustang or Camaro if our primary focus was shaving seconds off of lap times, but neither would...
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