2013 Dodge Challenger is a modern interpretation of the classic Mopar musclecars and compete with like But once you’ve been able to give back her hood and trunk lid plain perfect tone and disconnect its roar HEMI V-8 is also tourism a comfortable coupe with a well cushioned ride and plenty of gear infotainment-date. 2013 Dodge Challenger definitely strives to be a more faithful interpretation of the original designs of muscle cars that inspired it and appeal to aging Baby Boomers and their modern-retro look somehow manages to cover with class and caricature seriously without alienating any age group. The classic long nose flat sheet and colorful palette channeled all the muscle cars of the sixties and seventies. 2013 Dodge Challenger models cherry pick some of the best details of the history of aggressive muscle-car package with all air intakes deeper functional brake ducts and options for a ram air hood and various packages layout. The interior design is not what you might expect is free and some with a modern touch screen LCD and almost turning outward as far as the shifter is available pistol may feel a little 2013 Dodge Challenger misplaced.
2013 Dodge Challenger Performance
2013 Dodge Challenger for the end of the most affordable range has a 305-horsepower 3.6-liter V-6 with 305 horsepower with a five-speed automatic. 2013 Dodge Challenger models receive a sport mode and steering wheel paddle shifters. These to models are competitive with the base, but enthusiasts have true muscle car by jumping RT models that represent a 375-horsepower Hemi V-8 with a magnificent throaty rumble. But for the full monty of kindness muscle car you need to get 2013 Dodge Challenger with a “392” 6.4-liter engine that generates 470 horsepower and 470 foot-pounds of torque with a manual transmission or an automatic transmission. 2013 Dodge Challenger is the greatest and bravest of muscle cars and although it is not actually much heavier than not leads to the sharpness of the 2013 Dodge Challenger or Mustang thinness. The combination of increased wheelbase and adjust the suspension a little more forgiving especially in V-6 form the 2013 Dodge Challenger give more of a “presence” on the road and less precise. Part of this has to do with the handling of the Challenger is just too light. The ride quality is nicely damped and SRT8 models now offer an adaptive suspension with shock normal and sport modes.
2013 Dodge Challenger Interior
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2013 Dodge Challenger Safety
2013 Dodge Challenger include electronic stability control, side and side curtain airbags front and antilock brakes. Top-end 2013 Dodge Challenger models will also get some improvements in the safety and performance Brembo brakes with Hill Start Assist. Knee airbag for the driver is also included and a rearview camera system and monitors blind spots are available. The National Road Safety Administration NHTSA has tested the Challenger and it has excellent crash test rating of five stars with five-star results in all tests keep the number assigned to the four-star rollover resistance . However, NHTSA notes that “During the side impact test the driver’s door and opened it memorized. A door opening during a side impact crash increases the likelihood of occupant ejection.” The Insurance Institute to for Highway Safety IIHS has not tested the 2013 Dodge Challenger Dodge Charger structurally related but went well, according to the agency. Visibility outside is a significant concern given the high rear pillars large windows thin shoulders Challenger thick and rather low seating position. A concern for buyers of the 2013 Dodge Challenger be visible. It can be difficult to see blind spots when changing lanes, as well as the rear of the car to turn back or even the front of the hood when parked 2013 Dodge Challenger.