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2010 Dodge Challenger OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Andrea
Andrea
University Park, Florida
5.0
A total monster
I always liked muscle cars. They have big engines with a great performance. Since I own the Challenger, I had a fantastic driving experience. The power of the engine is exceptional to be a 3.5 L V6. It is everything I expected! I love the body style, the color, the interior, and the space. The car sits up much higher than you would expect, and it rides as smooth as a Cadillac. My Challenger is a SE v6, but the power is outrageous! I was a little concerned about the gas mileage, but to my surprise, it gets about 25-30 miles per gallon. It has a good grip on the road, and the displacement is very smooth, almost like floating. One of the main reasons why I bought it is that it is very spacious and comfortable inside, with an impressive design of interiors. According to my experience, the only defect I found in its design is that it is a very heavy car and shows a certain imbalance when taking curves at high speeds, but it compensates with brakes with ABS system and traction control and stability.
Carlos
Carlos
Ramblewood, New Jersey
5.0
True modern pony car
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.