Dodge Challenger

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Dodge Challenger

Dodge Challenger is produced since 2008. This is a sports car with two doors (coupe), which shares common design elements with the original Challenger, produced in early 1970. This sports car is offered with three gasoline engines. The base 3.5-liter V6 is powerful enough to handle traffic while driving in the city, but feels the weight of the car.

Dodge Challenger

2012 Dodge Challenger

5.7-liter V8 is more suitable for this model of Dodge. Furthermore, the difference, plus only 2 miles per gallon for the 3.5-liter model, compared with the more powerful engine. The hottest SRT8 version is equipped with 6.1-liter Hemi V8 engine and 425 horsepower. Dodge Challenger is available with 4-speed (3.5 V6) and 5-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission (6.1 V8).

Hemi engines use multiple functions, which exclude cylinders to save fuel. However, this car is not very fuel efficient. This sports car is available at a relatively good price. On the road Challenger behave. Shortened Challenger platform used Dodge Charger, Dodge Magnum and Chrysler 300. All these cars have fairly reliable.

This car has an attractive appearance, but the interior could also be better. Nothing retro-style car inside. The materials used are of the middle class, and the colors are just dark. Despite these shortcomings, the interior of the sports car is functional. It is worth mentioning that the rear seat is more spacious than most customers would expect a Dodge Challenger.

Rear seats can accommodate two adults, but legroom is slightly limited. Also, the rear seats can be folded down to expand the trunk. Challenger comes with a multi-front airbags and air curtains. This car is equipped with monitor tire pressure. Standard features on the base model include air conditioning, electric windows, electric mirrors, central locking, cruise control and 17 inch alloy wheels.

Dodge Challenger celebrates 40 years

40 years ago, Dodge introduced the market Challenger, which is entering a whole new segment, the model captures the hearts of Americans and became a true legend.

Dodge Challenger

2012 Dodge Challenger

The first generation Dodge Challenger was released in 1970. and comes with several V8 engine with a capacity of 230 to 425 hp After four years on the market and sold about 188,000 units, production of the model ceases.

In 1978. solved by Dodge Challenger back again in its product range, but unlike its predecessor, it has a much more modest properties. It has a 1.6 and 2.4-liter units, generating respectively 77 and 105 hp The second generation was produced until 1983.

After more than 20 years of Dodge Challenger is back in 2008., When the sales start of our familiar third generation of the car, whose concept was introduced back in 2006.

Modern Challenger follow the example of the original model, it comes with a powerful V6 and V8 engines. Most interesting is the modification SRT, relying on 6.1-liter Hemi engine, delivering 425 hp

Dodge Challenger SRT-8 392 – always can be better

At this year’s SEMA tuning show in Los Angeles, the Group Chrysler will show as 35 cars created by its engineers and those of other companies performances.

Dodge Challenger

Dodge Challenger SRT-8 392

One of the cars will be 392 special version of the Dodge Challenger, which actually is the most powerful version of the model. Its name derives from the engine capacity and that is 392 cubic inches or 6.4 liters.

Power unit is 470 hp and maximum torque reaches 636Nm. Thanks to these characteristics, Dodge Challenger SRT-8 392 accelerates from 0-100 km / h in less than 5 seconds.

The car differs from the standard model and in the presence of modified suspension, steering and gearbox. It will be produced 1492 copies which will be in color combinations of white with blue lines or blue with white lines, their interiors will be in the same routines.

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