2021 Dodge Challenger

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2021 Dodge Challenger Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: March 11, 2021

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The Dodge Challenger has not witnessed any major changes since the last 12 years, and this time it's no different either. The Dodge Challenger marches forward to the model year 2021 without any major changes albeit a few minor trims and features tweaks. Though this year, Dodge has launched a new Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock trim that offers improved drag strip performance, and the SRT Hellcat and SRT Hellcat Redeye offer new instrument panel badge, there is not much happening on the lower side of the spectrum, 

We are speaking of the humble Dodge Challenger Coupe that's powered by a 3.6L NA V6 and comes in two trims - SXT and GT. For the model year 2021, the Dodge Challenger Coupe gets a handful of updates, for instance, all the models gain Memory feature for driver seat, steering column, side mirrors, and radio preset. Apart from that, the Dodge Challenger GT gains 20-inch wheels as standard. The retro-inspired styling of the 2021 Challenger is enhanced as Dodge offers a wide variety of exterior stripe designs across the entire lineup. With 13 exterior color options and 5 interior colors available, the 2021 Challenger can be customized to personal taste.

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Spacious cabin for all occupants

Raw muscle car DNA

Highly customizable

Pop culture icon

Comfortable and well mannered drive


Handling can get heavy at high speeds and sharp turns

Rear visibility is negligible

Tacky interior materials

What's New?

Memory feature for driver seat, steering column, side mirrors, and radio presets available on all models

20-inch wheels now standard on GT AWD, available on SXT AWD

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vehicle bio

base price



2dr Coupe

passenger capacity


top speed

203 mph


rear wheel drive

engine type


220 cu.in.


305 hp @ 5330 rpm


268 lb-ft @ 5330 rpm


8-speed Automatic


suspension front

Independent short and long arm suspension

suspension rear

Multi-Link suspension

brake rotors (f/r)

13.6/12.6 in.



116.2 in.


197.9 in.


75.7 in.


57.7 in.

curb weight

3858 lbs.

ground clearance

5.2 in.


passenger volume

93.9 cu ft.

cargo volume

16.2 cu ft.

towing capacity

1000 lbs.

payload capacity

1092 lbs.


zero to 60 mph

5.3 sec.

zero to 100 mph

9.3 sec.

standing 1/4-mile

13.8 sec.

braking (70-0 mph)

151 ft.


basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

corrosion warranty

5 yr./ unlimited mi.

roadside assistance


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2021 Dodge Challenger Steering mounted controls video


SXT $28,295 onwards

305 hp @ 5330 rpm | 3.6 L | V6 | Regular unleaded

  • 18' Alloy Wheels
  • 4-way Power Adjustable Front-Passenger's Seat
  • 8-way Power-Adjustable Driver's Seat
  • AM/FM/Satellite-prep, Seek-Scan Radio
  • Cloth Seat Trim
  • Driver Lumbar Support
  • Dual Zone Front Automatic Air Conditioning
  • Dual-zone Automatic Climate Control
  • Firmer suspension tuning
  • Halogen Headlamps
  • Infinity sound system
  • LED Daytime Running Lights
  • Rain-Sensing Wipers
  • Rear-seat climate control
  • Spoiler-mounted solar panel

GT $31,295 onwards

303 hp @ 6350 rpm | 3.6 L | V6 | Regular unleaded

  • 20" Alloy Wheels
  • 20" Silver Aluminum Wheels
  • Front Fog/Driving Lights
  • Houndstooth Cloth Seats w/ Performance Bolsters
  • Leather Steering Wheel
  • ParkSense Parking Assist
  • Parksense Rear Park Assist
  • Performance Steering Wheel
  • Remote Start
  • Upgraded sports suspension and brakes
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Colors and Styles

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Adrenaline Red

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The prices of the 2021 Dodge Challenger Coupe starts from $28,095 for the base SXT trim and $33,695 for the GT. For leasing, consider the 2021 Dodge Challenger Coupe to cost you around $255/month for 36 months after a down payment of $2955 rounded off. Of course, these figures might vary depending on the region you live in, they should, however, lie in the same bandwidth as mentioned. Although you can get a used Dodge Challenger for sale for as low as $16,000

Both the Challenger SXT and GT models are powered by the same 3.6L naturally aspirated V6 that belts out a respectable 303 hp and 268 lb-ft of torque. All of this power is tamed by an 8-speed shiftable automatic with paddle shifters. You get a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) as standard while all-wheel-drive (AWD) is available with both the trims for $3,000 extra. The Dodge Challenger competes against other legendary American ponies like the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro and also the mini Godzilla, the Nissan 370z. So how good does the Challenger fare against its rivals? Scroll down our review of the 2021 Dodge Challenger to find out. 

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Engine and Performance

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2021 Dodge Challenger Pricing and Features


The 2021 Dodge Challenger is offered across two trim levels. Prices for the base spec SXT trim with RWD start at $28,295 (MSRP) and climb all the way up to $34,295 for the top of the line GT AWD trim. Though if an overpowering muscle is your demand, Dodge has a 2021 Challenger with more than 800 horses, waiting to unleash. Yes, we are talking about the 2021 Challenger SRT Super Stock.

Each trim comes with its own bells and whistles and builds on the premise of the one preceding it.  Besides the existing options, the brand also allows immense customizability for all the trim levels to truly make it a personal style and identity statement. From the choice of color scheme to the choice of seating material, everything is up for grabs. 










Key Features

18-inch alloy wheels

Add/upgrades to SXT trim:


Automatic halogen headlights

20-inch alloy wheels 


Rain sensing wipers

Functional hood scoop with performance steering and suspension setup


LED daytime running lights

Leather-wrapped Steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters


LED brake lights

Houndstooth Cloth seats with performance bolster


Dual-zone automatic climate control

Remote Vehicle Start


8-way power-adjustable driver seat and 4-way power-adjustable passenger seat

ParkSense Rear Parking Assist system


6-speaker audio system

SRT front splitter


Cloth-trimmed seats


The SXT trim includes automatic halogen headlights, rain-sensing wipers, LED daytime running lights, dual-zone automatic climate control, 6 speaker audio system, and cloth trimmed seats.

The GT trim adds features like the functional hood scoop, leather-wrapped steering wheels with paddle shifters, rear parking assist, and performance steering and suspension setup. 

2021 Dodge Challenger Buying Advice

The only reason to buy the Dodge Challenger is the sheer driving experience of a muscle car. The GT trim is our choice of weapon as it is better equipped than the base SXT trim and that too at a justified premium. It gets bigger and wider shoes and a performance pack with dedicated paddle shifters on the steering wheel. All these perks for the extra premium is a good deal. Moreover, the Dodge Challenger's GT trim also gets 20-inch wheels as standard for 2021. 

2021 Dodge Challenger Engine and Performance


"The Challenger hustles through corners like a raging bull seeing red, snorting aggressively and swaying threateningly." - Car and Driver

Under the hood of the 2021 Dodge Challenger sits a large 3.6 liter, naturally aspirated V6 engine. The 3.6L V6 mill of the 2021 Dodge Challenger produces a healthy 303 horses and delivers 268 lb-ft of torque. The engine comes mated to an 8-speed torque converter automatic gearbox and power is sent to the rear wheels as standard while you can get an all-wheel-drive configuration by paying $3,000 extra.

The 2021 Dodge Challenger SXT's 3.6L NA V6 engine is robust and responds well to throttle inputs.

While most cars in this segment have small, downsized, and turbocharged engines, the Challenger believes that there is no replacement for displacement. The naturally aspirated unit of the car has a loud grunt and is pure joy to the ears. The grumpy engine is quick to react and responds well to throttle inputs. The automatic gearbox on the flip side is a bit lazy and you badly feel the need for a manual box where you could take matters into your own hands.


2021 Dodge Challenger SXT

2021 Ford Mustang Ecoboost

2021 Chevrolet Camaro 2LT

2020 Nissan 370Z







3.6L Naturally Aspirated V6 

2.3L Inline-4

2.0L Inline-4

3.7L Naturally Aspirated V6







8-Speed Automatic

6-Speed Manual

6-Speed Manual

6-Speed Manual


303hp@6,350 RPM

310hp@5,500 RPM

275hp@5,600 RPM

332hp@7,000 RPM


268lb-ft@4,800 RPM

350lb-ft@3,000 RPM

295lb-ft@3,000 RPM

270lb-ft@5,200 RPM

0-60 MPH

5.3 sec

5.0 sec

5.4 sec

5.3 sec


13.8 sec

13.0 sec

14 sec

13 sec

Top Speed

156 MPH

180 MPH

198 MPH

155 MPH

The Dodge is the only car in the competition that comes with an automatic box as standard and all other cars come with a manual gearbox. The Nissan 370Z is the most powerful car in the lot. The Ford Mustang and the Challenger stay head to head in terms of horsepower but the Mustang boosts ahead with its better torque figures. Meanwhile, the Bumblebee, the 2021 Chevrolet Camaro stays behind in this lineup with 275 hp and 295 lb-ft of twisties.

The 303 purebred horses of the Dodge Challenger push it from 0-60 mph in about 5.3 seconds and help it achieve a top speed of 203 mph. Take it on the drag strip and the Challenger will cover the quarter-mile distance in about 13.8 seconds. 

The 2021 Dodge Challenger Coupe accelerates from 0-60 MPH in 5.3 Seconds. 

The car also gets a strong set of brakes that helps it come from 60-0 mph in a remarkable stopping distance of 104 feet only. For a car that is meant to perform, the Dodge Challenger certainly delivers. While a manual transmission is desired, but the 8-speed automatic is incredibly responsive to throttle inputs, especially with quick power downshifts.

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2021 Dodge Challenger Fuel Economy


The 2021 Dodge Challenger comes with a large naturally aspirated power plant and so if you are looking for fuel economy, then you will be disappointed. The 2021 Dodge Challenger offers 19 MPG in the city while the highway is a more suited environment for it with a fuel economy of 30 MPG. Sum up these figures and the 2021 Dodge Challenger is good for a combined 23 mpg.  

For all-weather capability, the Challenger's 3.6-liter V6 drops the MPG figures to 18/27/21 (City/Highway/Combined) in AWD configuration. The gas tank is adequately sized at 18.5 gallons and allows you to get a decent range of 425 miles overall.


2021 Dodge Challenger SXT

2021 Ford Mustang Ecoboost

2021 Chevrolet Camaro 2LT

2020 Nissan 370Z

MPG (City)





MPG (Highway)





MPG (Combined)





Fuel Tank Capacity (Gallons)

18.5 gallons

15.5 gallons

19.0 gallons

19.0 gallons

Range (City/Highway/Combined; Miles)

352/555/425 miles

326/465/372 miles

380/570/437 miles

323/494/380 miles

The Ford Mustang is the most fuel-efficient car of the lot, however packs the smallest fuel tank. The Camaro comes in at the second spot with 23 mpg combined while the Nissan 370Z on the other hand has the lowest fuel economy numbers and is a true gas guzzler ride. 

2021 Dodge Challenger Interior


"The Challenger is a king among the muscle coupes in passenger and cargo space." - Edmunds

Dodge has made a big step up in terms of quality and built its interiors. The 2021 Dodge Challenger's interior is not the most feature-rich of the lot but Dodge has ensured that whatever they have got on board is of decent quality.

All the models of the 2021 Dodge Challenger gain memory feature for driver seat, steering column, side mirrors, and radio presets

Jump on the inside, and you will find materials used on the Challenger are of superior quality compared to the previous model years of the car, and the quality of fit and finish too, has improved exponentially. The plastics and other materials don’t feel cheap and Dodge deserves full credit for improving this aspect of the car.

The Dodge Challenger offers one of the most spacious cabins in this class.

The 2021 Challenger is a spacious car and there are tonnes of room on both the rows of seats and passengers wouldn’t have any problem in fitting themselves in. Even tall passengers can easily fit in and find a comfortable spot without any hassles. Furthermore, what comes as a welcome change for the new model year is the presence of a Memory feature for driver seat, steering column, side mirrors, and radio presets for all models


2021 Dodge Challenger SXT

2021 Ford Mustang Ecoboost

2021 Chevrolet Camaro 2LT

2020 Nissan 370Z

Seating Capacity





First Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)





Second Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)





At the rear too, the shoulder room and legroom are decent, but the sloping roofline of the car eats up the headroom making life a little bit difficult for taller folks. The driver’s seat can be power adjusted in 8 different ways while the front passenger’s seat can be adjusted in 4 different ways. 

Speaking of infotainment, the 2021 Challenger comes with a 7-inch touchscreen Uconnect 4 infotainment system as standard but offers a bigger 8.4-inch touchscreen display as an option. This system is still a better offering but is outdated in its approach. Though if you opt for a bigger screen, the software is upgraded to Uconnect 4C with or without navigation.

2021 Challenger comes with a 7-inch touchscreen Uconnect 4 infotainment system as standard.

The UConnect infotainment system is user-friendly and comes loaded with plenty of convenience features. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay come as standard which makes smartphone integration easy and driving distraction-free.

Some of the most prominent infotainment features of the 2021 Dodge Challenger are:

  • 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hot Spot
  • 7/8.4-Inch Touchscreen Display
  • Apple CarPlay
  • Google Android Auto
  • GPS Antenna Input
  • HD Radio
  • Integrated Center Stack Radio
  • Integrated Voice Command with Bluetooth
  • Integrated Window Antenna
  • Media Hub (2 USB, Aux)
  • Shark-Fin Antenna
  • SiriusXM Guardian Connected Services 
  • SiriusXM Sat Radio 
  • SiriusXM
  • USB Host Flip
  • 6-Premium Speakers

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2021 Dodge Challenger Exterior


"The Challenger’s broad haunches and long hood are promises that it mostly delivers on. It’s fast in a straight line and looks the part." - TheCarConnection

The Challenger has a unique modern-retro look to it that reminds you of its roots dating back to the 1970s. The car looks cool and classy and instantly turns heads. The Challenger gets an aggressive front fascia with a large grille accompanied by a low running lip spoiler and circular quad headlights. 

The Dodge Challenger's design is reminiscent of the original muscle culture.

The car comes in a lot of different shades that pop and make this coupe stand out from the crowd. However, present-day's design is more than a decade old. The first model of the third generation was launched in 2008, and since then, it has carried forward the same basic design but with some tasteful updates all along. Like this time 20-inch wheels have been made standard on the 2021 Challenger GT AWD and are offered as an option the SXT AWD variant. 

The Dodge challenger's muscular character is enhanced by the long bonnet and the strong shoulder line.

The long bonnet and the strong shoulder line give the car a muscular character and the large wheels further add to the looks of the car. The car looks sporty and strong and also has a retro charm to it and at the same time manages to remain simple and subtle.


2021 Dodge Challenger SXT

2021 Ford Mustang Ecoboost

2021 Chevrolet Camaro 2LT

2020 Nissan 370Z

Curb Weight

3,858 lbs

3,542 lbs

3,374 lbs

3,333 lbs
















Ground Clearance










In comparison to the others, while the Mustang and Camaro look fairly modern for muscle cars, the Challenger stays true to its roots and retains the vibe of the ones that came before. However, it is not at all outdated. If it has ever tailed you, those demon eyed DRLs are enough to send a chill and a thrill down your spine simultaneously. 

The notable features of the exteriors of the Dodge Challenger are:

  • 18/20-inch alloy wheels with All-Season Performance Tires and Tire Inflator Kit
  • Front and Rear Solar Control Glass
  • Body-Color Exterior Mirrors with Heating Element
  • Power Mirrors with Manual Fold-Away
  • Automatic Projector Headlamps with Front Fog Lamps
  • Center High-Mount Stop Lamp
  • Illuminated Entry and Illuminated Door Pull Handles
  • LED Split Tail Lamps
  • Projector Headlamps
  • Rear Courtesy Lamps
  • Trunk Lamp
  • Body-Color Fascias
  • Gloss Black Grille with Challenger Grille Badge
  • Satin Black Rear Spoiler
  • Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers

Besides the standard features, as you advance through the trim levels, you get trim specific highlights and badging. The GT trim has its own badging and accents while the 50th anniversary trim shakes things up with blacked-out panels. 

2021 Dodge Challenger basic Coupe front view
2021 Dodge Challenger basic Coupe three quarter view
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2021 Dodge Challenger basic Coupe rear three quarter view

2021 Dodge Challenger Safety


The 2021 Dodge Challenger is born from the same American blood of Detroit as Ford. Hence, it has made sure that the safety of the passengers is of paramount importance. Despite its muscular and performance-oriented stance, when it comes to it, the car can surely keep you safe.

The current-gen Dodge Challenger received a perfect 5-star rating from NHTSA.

Dodge Challenger has also been widely acclaimed by the NHTSA and has received a perfect 5-star rating from them. The IIHS was not as generous though and the Challenger received a “Moderate” rating overall. That being said, with the plethora of safety features that have been incorporated into the ride, you can drive out with full confidence that you are in safe hands. 

Some of the most salient safety features aboard the 2021 Dodge Challenger are:

  • ABS and driveline traction control
  • Parkview backup camera
  • All Speed Traction Control
  • Daytime Running Lamps
  • Electronic Roll Mitigation
  • Electronic Stability Control
  • Hill Start Assist
  • ParkSense Rear Park-Assist System
  • ParkView Rear Back-Up Camera
  • Remote-Start System (NAW Manual Transmission)
  • Security Alarm
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring Display
  • Advanced Multistage Front Airbags
  • Supplemental Front Seat-Mounted Side Airbags
  • Supplemental Side-Curtain Front and Rear Airbags
  • 3-Point Center Rear Seat Belt
  • Child Seat Upper Tether Anchorages
  • Sentry Key Theft Deterrent System
  • Front Passenger Seat Belt Alert

2021 Dodge Challenger Competition


2021 Dodge Challenger SXT vs 2021 Ford Mustang EcoBoost

The Ford Mustang has been to the Dodge Challenger what a spider is to a fly. Eternal rivals. While both are born from the same blood of Detroit, their ideologies differ by a lot. Ford believes in technological superiority along with an eco-friendly yet performance-centric approach while the Challenger tries to go for glory in an all-out big and burly muscular approach.

2021 Ford Mustang EcoBoost

The Ford Mustang Ecoboost and the Dodge Challenger fare almost similar to each other in terms of price and horsepower per dollar. Moreover, both these cars are just as reliable with identical JD Power ratings. In a nutshell, here, the choice only boils down to brand preference.

2021 Dodge Challenger vs 2021 Chevrolet Camaro 2LT

The Chevrolet Camaro is a friendly car that has long been known to portray the role of Bumblebee in the Transformers franchise. It is well mannered, adequately powerful, and offers a world of comfort both in the front and the back. Though you might not get the all-out track ripper outlook, it still packs enough punch to keep you entertained.

2021 Chevrolet Camaro 2LT

Reliable to a fault, you can rest assured that it is a ride for all seasons. However, the Dodge Challenger is a better deal among the two in terms of horsepower per dollar and value for money. Moreover, the Camaro is slightly more expensive to maintain than the Challenger. 

2021 Dodge Challenger vs 2020 Nissan 370Z

The Nissan 370Z isn’t exactly a muscle car but can be called a sports car. It has got lots of power under its hood and is quicker than all the cars in the competition. If you are looking for a fast and exciting car that is punchy and drives up the adrenaline like no other, then you should certainly go for Nissan 370z. 

2020 Nissan 370Z

The Nissan 370Z packs in more grunt than the Challenger and is also the more spirited one in this comparison. However, the 370Z trades practicality for the sake of performance as its the smallest car in here with a seating capacity of only 2 occupants. Hence, the Dodge Challenger would be a better option if you want a balance between excitement and practicality

2021 Dodge Challenger Final Verdict

The 2021 Dodge Challenger offers a great package of power, fun, and practicality in its demon eyed packaging. Quintessentially American, it makes sure that all the things that we hold in high regard are omnipresent in all the aspects of its build and presence. 

The features are slightly barebones for the price in the lower trims which can definitely be worked upon, but overall, it still packs a lot of spice and flavor for its size to make it worthy as your next daily driver.

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2021 Dodge Challenger FAQs:

Is the Dodge Challenger AWD?

Yes, both the trims of the 2021 Dodge Challenger (SXT and GT) get an RWD drivetrain as standard but also offer the option of an AWD drivetrain for an additional $3000. 

What is Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock?

The Dodge Charger SRT Super Stock is considered to be the halo of the 2021 Challenger lineup. It gets the same 807 hp supercharged 6.2L HEMI high-output V8 as the Demon. It too is also made only for the drag-strip and gets high-performance adaptive dampers, four-piston Brembo brakes and 18-inch Low Gloss Granite finish wheels wearing sticky Nitto NT05R street-legal drag tires.

Are Dodge Challengers expensive to maintain?

The annual maintenance cost for repairs and maintenance on a Dodge Challenger ranges from $635 - $650, depending upon your service provider. 

How many miles will a Dodge Challenger last?

If maintained properly, a Dodge Challenger can last for well over 200,000 miles. 

How much does it cost to lease a Dodge Challenger?

The cost to lease a Dodge Challenger will come out $255/month for 36 months after a down payment of $2955 rounded off.

2021 Dodge Challenger Consumer Reviews and Ratings


based on 55 ratings

7.6/10 Features
7.7/10 Interiors
8.1/10 Design
7.7/10 Safety
7.6/10 Reliability
7.6/10 Deal Value


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2021 Dodge Challenger Overall Reviews


Diann Karnitsky

2021 Dodge Challenger

GT 2dr Coupe (3.6L 6cyl 8A)


User Overall Rating

Posted On: May 15, 2021

The best Challenger

Pros - Powerful v8, superb interiors and good cornering ability

Cons - Nothing

best in built quality The first thing that impressed me in this was its stubborn built quality. The very abled and well handled vehicle as far as i know. the features were very rresponsive and entertaining. The first thing that impressed me in this was its stubborn built quality. The very abled and well handled vehicle as far as i know. the features were very rresponsive and entertaining.i want to recommend this muscle car to anyone who loves to accelerate with the best equipped safety and stability.

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Dean S. Cheatham

2021 Dodge Challenger

GT 2dr Coupe (3.6L 6cyl 8A)


User Overall Rating

Posted On: April 1, 2021

challenger brings good challenge

Pros - Coupe shaped rear, longer front, spacious cabin,

Cons - Manual gear shift's absence has stolen the feel of drive for me that i want from muscle car

good cabin space, 2dr 5 seater, luxury interiors climate control, leather steering wheel, 7inch infotainment, it's a very cool design long bonnet, big wheels, sporty and muscle looks are just very appealing to eyes of anyone, abs, traction control, hill assist, decent, buyers call, i bought it to have muscle car.

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Eldon S. Davis

2021 Dodge Challenger

SXT 2dr Coupe (3.6L 6cyl 8A)


User Overall Rating

Posted On: April 1, 2021

muscle car

Pros - Fast speed, great acceleration, mpg of 19,

Cons - I would have liked manual gear shifts, drive would have been more exciting

fast speed, great acceleration, mpg of 19, slope on roofline with coupe design, leaning seats in rear, decent leg and head room, muscle car fans love it at first sight, and they buy it instead of describing it, parking assist, tpms, airbags, it's good for me, i like muscle car that's why i bought it, tt gave good impression and stood by it.

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