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2011 Dodge Challenger R/T RWDReview
Dejaview2014 writes:
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Rare Mopar Sport Edition - One Baddazz, Eye Catching Hot Rod — I loved everything about this car and only disliked the lack of room for storing items. I'm a musician and it just wouldn't work for my needs in transporting music gear. Need to get something more efficient for my own lifestyle.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: A real eye catcher. Powerful and Beautiful. Comfortable. Sexy. Unique.

Cons: Not enough space for my needs.

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2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 RWDReview
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Great Purchase For The Money If Styling & Power Is What You Want. — 12/2013 Update: After 2 years of driving this car, I still try to find ways to get out of the house just to drive it. I am still loving the power when accelerating onto freeways and when there's a big emtpy stretch of highway in front of me, I just floor the pedal and man the feeling just can't be expressed. The car is so stable on the road, even when I hit 100 mph, it doesn't feel like it, again very stable at high speeds. The torque, the feeling of power and the car just purrrs. I have kept the car in all stock status, and thinking of upgrading the exhaust. I have had no issues with the car, knock on wood after 2 yrs. ++++++ end of update I loved the styling, reminds of my 71 Cuda, and color of Toxic Orange. Power is very responsive and very comfortable to drive for long trip (500 miles). As mentioned above the interior needs improvement and rear visibility when backing out of parking space.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Styling, wide body, power is smooth and very responsive in passing, functional air hood scoops, great entertainment system with navigation & sirius, 20" wheels, remote start, sunroof, very comfortable velour seat for long trips (500 mile round trip).

Cons: Visibility in rear when backing out of parking spaces and interior materials

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2011 Dodge Challenger SE RWDReview
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Smooth Ride, Classic Muscle Car Looks. — All around excellent car, I can see why they are selling faster than they can build them. With the most retro muscle car looks of any car out there, and good gas milage(3.7 vvt V6) of 27mpg, we often get closer to 32 on the highway. It still has tons of take off with the 5 speed auto.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Smooth ride, classic muscle car looks. 2011 has upgraded handling and brakes. Gas milage is pretty good with the 305hp 3.7litre vvt V6.
5 speed automatic make take offs quick.

Cons: A little hard to see out of when backing up.

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2011 Dodge Challenger R/T RWD Review
Matthew says:
The Challenger is a big and comfy highway cruiser and a great car for road trips. The handling is above average, considering its heft, and can put you back in the seat off the line. A good, strong car if youre looking for something fun and reasonably practical.
vs2011 Mazda RX-8 R3
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Power Ranked 2011 Mazda RX-8 R3 worse.
"Weight:power ratio of Challenger is 10.7 lbs/hp; weight:power ratio of RX-8 is 12.6 lbs/hp. Youll feel the difference."
Handling Ranked 2011 Mazda RX-8 R3 better.
"RX-8 has much more direct steering and is much lighter and nimbler. The RX-8 does roll a bit in corners, but only enough to give you feedback. The Challenger handles well for what it is, but it is a much heavier and slower-reacting vehicle with a lot more body roll and vaguer steering."
Looks/Style Ranked 2011 Mazda RX-8 R3 better.
"Totally subjective, but I think the RX-8 looks more unique than the Challenger. The Challenger is sharp and has a classic beauty to it, but theyre everywhere and share so much styling with the other retro cars, which makes it a little less special."
Front Seats Ranked 2011 Mazda RX-8 R3 better.
"If youre of modest frame, the Recaros hold you nicely in the corners. You sit within the Recaros, whereas you sit on the Challengers seats."
Back Seats Ranked 2011 Mazda RX-8 R3 worse.
"Challenger has deeper back sits and more legroom, since the vehicle is so much larger. RX-8 back seats are fine for adults for short trips and if the front seat isnt all the way back. "
Cargo Capacity Ranked 2011 Mazda RX-8 R3 worse.
"Larger cargo volume in the challenger; larger trunk opening in the challenger; rear seat folds down in the challenger to make a lot of space."
Family Car Ranked 2011 Mazda RX-8 R3 worse.
"Larger passenger volume in the Challenger; larger cargo volume in the challenger; larger trunk opening in the challenger; rear seat folds down in the challenger to make a lot of space."
Value Ranked 2011 Mazda RX-8 R3 worse.
"The RX-8 has very high running costs. It consumes oil (by design), takes premium fuel, and OEM parts are fairly pricey. The double-wishbone and multilink suspension are top-notch, but when ball-joints go back, theyre very expensive to replace, being aluminum wishbones and 5-part multilinks on each side. Challenger is built to a lower budget, suspension-wise, so part replacement is much cheaper. Also uses an old, mass-produced chassis from 90s Daimler, resulting in many parts available for cheap, whereas RX-8 is built on a dedicated chassis (okay, shared with Miata)."
Would Buy Ranked 2011 Mazda RX-8 R3 better.
"Its all down to personal taste. I prefer a more involving driver in my day-to-day. The RX-8 keeps you much more active and is more fun and rewarding. The Challenger is more comfortable for long-distances, and is larger, heavier, quieter. RX-8 is a little more raw and brash. I would buy the RX-8 personally, but I would recommend the Challenger to my parents."
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2011 Dodge Challenger R/T RWD Review
GuruLZZJ1 says:
vs2013 Dodge Challenger SXT RWD
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Power Ranked 2013 Dodge Challenger SXT RWD worse.
"Bigger motor"
Would Buy Ranked 2013 Dodge Challenger SXT RWD worse.
"Better deal"
2011 Dodge Challenger R/T Plus RWD Review
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vs2011 Chevrolet Camaro
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Looks/Style Ranked 2011 Chevrolet Camaro worse.
"With the retro styling attempts by both Chevy, Ford and Dodge, the Challenger hits the mark better."
Value Ranked 2011 Chevrolet Camaro worse.
"For the sport coupe market the Challenger is roomier, better sightlines from the drivers seat. Visibility is excellent compared to the low-slung feeling you get in the Camaro. The entire cabin has a roomier feel to it but you pay for the space by weight, as the Challenger weighs more."
2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 RWD Review
Guru9YTRB says:
Smooth ride great handling impressive and responsive acceleration. Comfortable Cruiser
vs2011 Nissan GT-R Premium
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2011 Dodge Challenger R/T RWD Review
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vs2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport 4WD
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Power Ranked 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport 4WD worse.
"Challenger was a lot more powerful and way more fun in my opinion."
Family Car Ranked 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport 4WD better.
"Just the amount of room a cargo capacity versus the Challenger."
2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 RWD Review
Louis says:
Great car, still happy with purchase almost 8 years later.
vs2017 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe
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Front Seats Ranked 2017 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe worse.
"Seats offer just the right amount of support and softness for long drives"
Would Buy Ranked 2017 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe worse.
"Better value, and more my style"
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2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 RWD Review
Kenneth says:
I like it
vs2018 Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack RWD
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2021 Dodge Challenger Reviews

Review By GuruJZHF9

Gas mileage is a big issue now with it costing an arm, leg and your soul. Also the mark up is something else with dealers Read More

Review By John

The looks, sound, the comfort is excellent. Dodge has stepped up the game and I hope they continue to do this. I have a scat pack and dont regret it one bit Read More

2020 Dodge Challenger Reviews

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Dodge challenger srt ok go yes gooo go go Read More

Review By Jeanette

Love my new car!! It was exactly what I was looking for! Read More

2019 Dodge Challenger Reviews

Review By Guru6S792

great car but they where asking way to much ? Read More

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These are awesome cars and are very fun to drive Read More

2018 Dodge Challenger Reviews

Review By Guru9LTCV5

Love that car! Great pictures and very detailed photos of inside and outside! Read More

Review By hummer22

Waaay Overpriced above Msrp New sticker price and the car is going to be 4 yrs old soon!! Pure Greed. Read More

2017 Dodge Challenger Reviews

Review By Enviro_01

R/t and the scat pack are vary nice cars. But vary hard to find and if you do there gone the next day Read More

Review By b-rad

I think it’s a great car but a little too much on the price for an average person to afford. Read More

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