2009 Dodge Challenger Long Term Road Test


2009 Dodge Challenger R/T: Baby Steps and Leaps

November 09, 2009

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If Goldilocks happens to score the keys to our Challenger, she could be bumming. Sometimeswith theChallenger's navigation system, the "just right" setting on the map scale is elusive. Case in point: although the system offers more than enough increments on the low (zoomed in) end (e.g. you have 150 yds and then250 yds), the midrange adjustment is lacking. It jumps from 1/2 mile to 2 miles.

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So sometimes you're eitherlooking in too close or you'retoo far away to see the somewhat major roadwaysyou may be looking for. Say, the ones that would be visible if this thinghad a 1 mile setting.Other than that minor quibble, I find this nav system easy to use with its logical interface and clear vocal/visual prompts.

John DiPietro, Automotive Editor @ 13,287 miles.

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