Challenger SXT 2012 vs RT 2009?

Asked by Apr 13, 2016 at 10:53 AM about the Dodge Challenger

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I want to buy a new challenger. I have two options only the SXT 2012 or the
RT 2009. I am having a hard time choosing considering the mileage, the price
and the fact that the new v6 is only 70HP short from the RT 2009 V8.

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THE MOST BANG FOR YOUR BUCK, I'M NO CAR DEALER BUT WE ARE ALL CONSUMERS. CHECK THE PRICE, MILEAGE,YEAR,AND PRETTY MUCH ALL OF THE SPECIFICATIONS. THE SIZE AND ROOM OF THE VEHICLE AND THE MAINTENANCE. A LOT OF TIMES YEARS DON'T MATTER. IT'S THE UP KEEP OF THE VEHICLE. I PICK WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR THEN I DO A COMPARISON TO SEE WHAT I WILL PAY FOR.

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