I purchased this vehicle in 1st quarter of 2012.
The V-8 was my original choice but decided to go for V-6 for better value and gas mileage.
The V-6 was awesome; it had plenty of acceleration and with K&N filter mpg were 37plus and mid 20's.
However, I was forced to change it due to raw power feel of V-8 and was just bored with 8 speed transmission with no shifting options.
Make shure you buy what you wan't!
You will be forced to take a hit due to depreciation of vehicle return or stay with car choice.
I just kept having that regret.
The Hemi is a monster.
Awesome acceleration and mpg on highway are low 30's with 50 to 70 mph and on stop and go is killer at 12.
Car is a head turner!
-8.5 Inch Touch Screen Navigation
-Pitch Black Grill with R/t Heritage Badge
-Leather seats with suede inserts
-Cooling option on seats via hi/low fan settings
-20" Wheels (Thrust Force Look), 45r profile tires
-Center consoler Mini Screen with Fuel Saving Info, Tire Pressure, Etc.
- Option to Tag and Identify Favorite Song, Artists on Sat Radio
-Incredible comfort for all passengers
-Ability to save seat position settings for 2 drivers
-Looks that turn heads! My friend drives a 55k Audi and has a mach 3 Mustang.
He said "hella sick!"(Guys in Chevy Dealer with Camaros and Vett's were caught looking...Lol)
-Hope this helps
-V8 5.7 Hemi !!!
-The tires width and of course with rims could be improved 245 or 255 cant remember is too thin
-Didn't care for Rear Back up Camera (Though very useful and practical) use that option on better wheel and tire set up
-Seat warmers to me as standard is a waist for money that could go to better performance options....performance exhaust
-This is the road and track ...plenty of rt max and rt models to throw that comfort junk in
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