Sunday, August 8, 2010

2010 Dodge Challenger Review

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The 2010 Challenger benefits from the big Hemi, the W5A580 five-speed automatic transmission with AutoStick manual override and an excellent suspension system

The 2010 Dodge Challenger should see no major changes. The retro-styled Challenger is rear-wheel drive; entry-level SE and mid-line R/T trim levels should continue alongside the flagship SRT8.

Challenger's unmistakable profile, coupled with outstanding comfort, cuts through the monotony on the road.

The Challenger SRT8 has similar design cues to the Charger SRT8. However, unlike the Charger sedan, the Challenger was actually designed after the 1970 model

Since the Challenger is based on the Charger, the Challenger does have similar dimension to the Charger: it is 197.7 inches long and 75.7 inches wide, longer and wider than the Mustang's 187.6-inch length and 73.9-inch width.

The 2010 Challenger also has contemporary aerodynamics

Compared to the Charger, the specific tuning of the Challenger's chassis is softer.Dodge claims Challenger SRT8 will do 0-60 mph in around 5 seconds. Accurate steering is marred by excessive power assist.

Body lean in fast turns is well controlled, and the brakes provide sure-footed stopping control. Challenger's ride is surprisingly supple, especially given this car's performance mission.

The Challenger carries the 6.1-liter Hemi V8 - a bored-out version of the standard 5.7-liter motor.

In manual versions, the shifter features a unique pistol-grip"design. The SRT8 has exclusive leather sport seats with accent stitching and embroidered SRT8 logos. Everything inside--seats, carpet, trim--is dark.

The return of the Dodge Challenger has been long awaited for many muscle car enthusiasts. It has modern safety features, such as ABS, traction control, antiskid system, and curtain side airbags. Other features on the 2010 Challenger include a keyless engine start, Chrysler's uconnect multimedia suite, and a navigation system. The Challenger drives with thrill and the roar.

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