Yep. Q: "If your looking for a Muscle Car, Or a car thats in a similar segment, Your going to look at all 3 plain and simple. And "Usually" most of the time, When somebody would buy a Challenger, Its more about wallet size and style then comfort." I am one of those who chose to buy a Challenger. I've owned 2 of the modern versions. I've also owned two 5.0 Stangs in the past. Like them also. While people looking for American muscle look at all 3, they choose a car based on their personal requirements/preferences. A very large percentage of Challenger owners choose them because they want a GT. Not a "pony." I know this to be a fact. I am a member of 2 Challenger Forums (including Challengertalk, which has 33,000 members). We have discussions like this on all the time. These owners bought the generally more expensive car because the interior is more plush, it has more room, and it is a Muscle Car, vice Pony. The people who want track performers get Camaros.
Dodge Challenger SRT-8 392 lap time at Willow Springs - Streets of Willow
|Track||Willow Springs - Streets of Willow|
|Vehicle||Dodge Challenger SRT-8 392 (facelift)|
|Power / weight||492 ps / 1964 kg|
|Average speed||105 kph (65 mph)|
|Submitted||04.11.2014 by BR2+|