2015 Dodge Challenger SRT
The Challenger conveys the classic muscle car feel and demands respect. It can be a little intimidating your first time behind the wheel. The car feels large, which it is. You can see the relatively long hood and the roof line is fairly low.
Oddly enough, the Challenger R/T becomes familiar just after an hour behind the wheel. Although it does not have the best steering feel, the driver can gain confidence quickly. You just need to get used to the physical dimensions of the car, and off you go. You might think that the ride is harsh due to 20-inch rims and sport tuned suspension, but it actually has good compliance. You can tell the sporty character, but it won’t punish you on rough pavement.
Updated for 2015: new grille, taillights, and rear facia, dual exhaust tips are further integrated into the rear valance. The dash and the rest of the interior have been redone with even more driver focus and improved fit and finish.
Price as tested: $51,215
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