Bice Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Reviews 2019 Dodge Challenger
Posted at Tue, Jul 16, 2019 12:05 AM
The Dodge Challenger features a classic design and a classic feel. It’s a muscle car the likes of which your dad used to drive back in the 70s or the 80s. It’s an old fashioned muscle car that can take the speed and has the specs to back that up.
It’s got a swagger that is characteristic of the free spirit of the 70s and the excess of the 80s, something that can never be missed while you’re rolling down the road. The profile of the car is characterized with its prominent rear haunches. The wheel sizes range from nearly 18 to 20 inches and the performance trims get a front splitter as well as a rear spoiler.
2019 Dodge Challenger Engine
The engine is a 3.6 Liter V-6 with 305 horsepower. This means that when you’re at full throttle, you’ll still have energy to spare and carry you to your destination far, far way. It’s not a sports car, but it manages to get the best of both worlds. It’s a comfort car with a lot of speed. It has a 6-speed transmission that’ll give you great grace to space out the power in your engine and the fuel economy ranges from 19 city miles per gallon to 30 highway miles per gallon.
2019 Dodge Challenger Style
The aesthetic of the Dodge Challenger is inspired from old muscle cars and its wide front and rear complements that aesthetic well. The interior has updated 7.0 inch or 8.4 inch touch screens depending on which model you get. It offers graphics and wheel packages which mask the humble roots it has.
The retro looks of the challenger have held up for more than 3 decades and it seems like they’re not about to quit now.
2019 Dodge Challenger Ride and Handling
The Challenger weighs nearly 5000 pounds, so it’s natural to think that it may struggle when rounding corners. However, you’d be happy to know that it has track capability for each model. It takes on its own personality based on the suspension tuning.
The GT and R/T challengers are much firmer with reduced body lean but the SXT is much more compliant. All of these models have adequate handling and the R/T is the most track focused model with the firmest ride.
2019 Dodge Challenger Comfort and Quality
The comfort and quality of the Dodge Challenger is decent. It’s not the greatest car when it comes to snuggling in, but the car will cradle you comfortably as you roll down the track or your neighborhood street. It is nearly 17 feet long and 6.3 feet wide. This gives it wider and longer first and second rows with room to stretch out.
The trunk has a lot of space too, nearly 16.2 cubic feet. This can beat the trunk of any coupe out there and a lot of sedans as well. The ambience of the entire interior can be dark, but the challenger has a healthy mix of soft touch materials to even it all out. This can provide a lot of grip during aggressive driving.
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