Buying a Dodge Challenger 2014: Classic American Muscle Car

Buying a Dodge Challenger 2014

There are a lot of reasons why I love the 2014 Dodge Challenger…

…from the beginnings of this iconic series to its latest iteration.

And it’s hard not to love the Challenger:

Real beast ever since it first debut in 1970.

A Classic American Muscle Car

You can notice that Dodge is calling even it’s latest Challenger a Classic American Muscle Car.

Be sure that they have every right to that.

There is a fairly great response from the owners.

They praise their cars as ‘very much comfortable with a pleasant ride on any surface.’

The performance itself is immense and the owners also love Dodge’s crowd-gathering design.

Buying a Dodge Challenger 2014

Even though recent numbers the sales may be booming for each party but still, Ford hits the highest this April with its 2015 Mustang.

These are the practically the best figures the automaker got in a decade.

Even though they are comfortably outselling the Chevrolet Camaro and ours favorite, the mighty Dodge Challenger, for a decent price tag offers a lot of beautiful things.

For starters, you can’t deny that it has a one-of-a-kind design…

…and you don’t want us to start talking about the enormous power it hides under the hood.

Up to 470 Horsepower Engine

What’s cool about the 2014 Dodge Challenger is that every model can be upgraded with performance suspension, brakes and 20-inch wheels.

You can get a V8 engine that tops 470-horsepower and everything between 375-hp, 305-hp and,372-hp.

Buying a Dodge Challenger 2014

The verdict is very clear:

Buying a Dodge Challenger from 2014 is a win-win…

…that offers top-notch performance on all terrains.

With all of this comes a very big list of features.

The big powertrain and the mighty V8 engine and a six-speed manual transmission is something that conquers a lot of die-hard hearts.

A Piece of History

The powerful Dodge Challenger is actually comprised of three very much different generations.

The division of Chrysler is a proud father of this.

The Dodge Silver Challenger was first constructed from 1958 to 1959.

From the late 1960’s (or 1969 to be exact) till 1974 the first generation Dodge Challenger pony car was built…

…and for the first time Chrysler used its so called E platform and with that sharing all of the major components with its step-brother the Plymouth Barracuda.

 

Source: thecarconnection.com

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