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Yes the 2011 Challenger is a fun drive, I have put 16000 miles on since April 2011, 4 oil changes and 2 tire rotations, once in for warranty /security updates to key fob issues and dry rot on weather stripping along door jambs( That doesnt bode well ... it will be repaired under warranty. Mine has 3.6L Pentastar with 305 HP, tungsten metal, no decals. It will out do a GTO G8, the crossover BMW X3/X5, and a few other entry level "sport cars" I never has a issue with its performance as a retro pony car. My only complaint it is a B&tch to clean all the dead bugs off the windows after they committed suicide on the windshield after a 100mph+ run on the roads. This car is the most fun while having your pants on!Report it
I bought the 2011 base Dodge Challenger in april of this year. Since then i have put 11,000 miles on it, 3 oil changes. I know what the average MPG is, it is 32 MPG, this being driven most on long distance highway. To me the car has run flawless, i really like the idea of being able to run it in a manual mode or an automatic mode. Take it from me, this car is well worth the money.Report it
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