2016 Dodge Challenger SRT 392 2dr Coupe (6.4L 8cyl 6M)
This car is fast and comfortable it is decent on gas mileage. It is everything that you want and a sports car. Even the handling is better than what most people say In my opinion. The negatives are The Harman kardon sound system is ridiculous it has so much bass back you cannot properly calibrate the sound you like. Also because the base is so strong the speakers rattle and I can't stand it. Next the head rest is useless it is too far back to be used. Finally I get a rubbing noise in the rear in when I turn hard white or left I have yet to get the dealer to figure out what the Noise Is. Other than that the car is great aim I recommend the SRT model for total fun and excitement.
I've owned many, many muscle cars over the years and one day I bought a '13 R/T+. After two years with that I new I wanted (needed) a 392 Scat Pack with that cool shaker hood. Without a doubt this is the best overall car I've ever owned! It smokes the tires with ease (as well as the competition), It is the best looking car on the market and the cool factor is beyond words. It cruises comfortably all day long with all the creature comforts but when you want it to go, it goes! You cannot go wrong buying a Challenger
I was not in the market for a new car. My wife and I spent 8 days at a hotel overlooking the Challenger / Charger lot at Dodgeland in Columbia SC last year. Morning after morning gazing out the window brushing my teeth I was drawn to the old school appearance of the Challenger. On day 6 after breakfast I suggested we walk off breakfast at that car lot behind us. We're not going to buy one, we're just looking... Well we came across a Scat Pack that grabbed our attention and asked for a test drive. First let me tell you, when the salesman fired it up with the remote start, oh my! My heart was racing. My wife took the first turn behind the wheel and barked the tires pulling out of the parking lot. The acceleration was unbelievable. The 8 speed transmission smooth and even more impressive down shifting when braking. When I got my turn I was very impressed with the steering and handling. The only negative that came from the test drive was the blind spots. I have become spoiled with the blind spot monitor on my F150 and was a feature that would be necessary for this vehicle. Unfortunately the only Challenger they had with that feature was an R/T. When the salesman fired it up for us to look at it, it was quiet, too quiet. Mary motioned with both hands for him pull that weak [non-permissible content removed] back into it's parking space. So now we were hooked (line and sinker) and the search was on! Monday we left for our return to KY. Checking dealer inventories I found some promising listings in Louisville. Well, we drove straight to the dealership and arrived minutes before closing and met the salesman that we had called hours earlier. Walking the lot we looked at the 2017's without excitement. Ready to call it a day the salesman remembered a 16 that was at an axillary lot with blind spot monitor. We followed him to the lot and pulled up to this beautiful beast. It was all I could do to keep a poker face for negotiations. What we had chanced upon was a 16 Challenger 392 Hemi Scat Pack Shaker with Blind Spot Monitor, Adaptive Speed Control, Sunroof, color Maximum Steel. Over the years we have owned Cameros, Mustangs, Chevelles, 442s, and none come close to the performance of Sweet Thing! Drive it, you'll love it!!