2010 Dodge Challenger
29,268 Miles
$21,998

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2010 Dodge Challenger
42,655 Miles
$22,999

Lynnwood, WA
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2010 Dodge Challenger
109,856 Miles
$12,999

Puyallup, WA
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2010 Dodge Challenger
122,833 Miles
$13,998

Albuquerque, NM
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2010 Dodge Challenger
61,856 Miles
$23,998

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2010 Dodge Challenger
44,716 Miles
$18,998

Cleveland, OH
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2010 Dodge Challenger
94,795 Miles
$17,998

Irvine, CA
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2010 Dodge Challenger
25,351 Miles
$28,998

Indianapolis, IN
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2010 Dodge Challenger
49,540 Miles
$20,998

Norcross, GA
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2010 Dodge Challenger
102,713 Miles
$14,998

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2010 Dodge Challenger
100,718 Miles
$14,998

Memphis, TN
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2010 Dodge Challenger
31,134 Miles
$16,998

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2010 Dodge Challenger
76,718 Miles
$14,490

Peoria, IL
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2010 Dodge Challenger
43,093 Miles
$24,499

Wheeling, IL
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2010 Dodge Challenger
62,511 Miles
$20,999

Medford, OR
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2010 Dodge Challenger
73,257 Miles
$18,814

Vandalia, OH
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2010 Dodge Challenger
75,302 Miles
$13,991

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75,628 Miles
$21,406

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2010 Dodge Challenger
77,250 Miles
$17,792

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$22,900

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2010 Dodge Challenger Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
4.5
Performance
3.5
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0

2010 Dodge Challenger Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2010 Dodge Challenger - True modern pony car

Carlos
Ramblewood, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
I love the retro styling. Dodge hit the nail on the head when styling this car after its muscle car heritage. It looks just like the 1970 Dodge Challenger but brought into the current era of safety. The 3.5L V6 is not a rocket engine, but it's got plenty of power to pass traffic and serve as a reliable daily driver. The fuel economy isn't that great though. After almost eight years of ownership, I get about 19 MPG in the winter and maybe 22-23 in the summer. It is the slowest out of the big three pony cars: Mustang, Camaro, Challenger. It has a functional backseat, which is something that the competition sorely lacks.
Story
I had a good time on a road trip, about a seven-hour drive. The car was supremely comfortable for me and my wife and on the interstate. We can pass anyone with ease and do it in style. I had the best MPG ever in that car, at 25 MPG, during that trip.
Pros
The top positive things are the reliability: I had not had any issues with being broken down and stranded. I follow the maintenance schedule religiously and the car served me well. The styling of the car could not be beat by any other car on the market. From lowly V6 to mean SRT, the Challenger looks threatening without trying too hard. The car is very comfortable for driving to work or going on road trips. People joke that it is a big boat, but that works when you want a comfortable ride.
Cons
The worst thing about the vehicle is the fuel economy. I only get up to 19 MPG in the winter and no more than 24 in the summer. For a V6, that isn't very good. I could have gotten the 5.7L V8 Hemi in the R/T trim and got similar MPG. The other terrible thing is the stock OEM tires. They come with Goodyear Integrity tires, which are horrendous in the rain and almost unsafe in the snow/ice. Those need to be upgraded out asap.

2010 Dodge Challenger - Love my car

MM
El Paso, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I find that the Dodge Challenger is a great vehicle. I purchased the 2010 model and so far I have had no problems with it. The only con I have found since the beginning for this vehicle is it has a blind spot.
Story
Stands out, everyone wants a muscle car.
Pros
Love this vehicle, beautiful lines, flashy. It's a great remake of the old Challenger.
Cons
The only con I have found since the beginning for this vehicle and still feel this could have been made better is it has a blind spot. The windows in the backseat are smaller and the space that is between the back windows and the rear window is somewhat wide that it causes a blind spot for switching lanes, and this is something that even looking through rear view mirror can not be captured.

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