2009 Dodge Challenger Long Term Road Test


2009 Dodge Challenger: Playing Packing Tetris

February 03, 2010

Dodge Challenger Full Back Seat

This one is from the cutting room floor, as I actually made this trip back at Thanksgiving. But the fact remains that I crammed the Challenger full of stuff, proving you don't need an SUV to haul agolf bag, 3 tons of laundry, a suitcase wrapped as a Christmas gift, aboxed Canon printer, a few suitcases, various groceries, three curling brooms and a partridge in a pear tree. No, all it takes is some creative packing while the Tetris song plays in your head.

All the bulky items went in the back seat,since it was easier to stack them. I still had enough visibility out the back -- well, as good as can be expected in the Challenger at least. This big Dodge's size seemed like a detriment at first, but once again, an extended time withthe Challengerhas revealed its virtues.

James Riswick, Automotive Editor @ 15,562 miles

Dodge Challenger Full Trunk

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