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Welcome to the forum. The Challenger is a good safe car providing you drive carefully and don't get in over your head. Your insurance cost will help you select which model. The V6 will obviously be less than the V8.
Welcome! Test drive if that's an option. Most challenger owners will tell you they like all the models
Agreed with the above post- Insurance will help decide
"Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy a Challenger bad ass enough to pull up right beside it."
2011 R/T Classic
BBK 85mm TB
Flowmaster Cat Back Super 40 exhaust
Diablo Trinity Tuner
Speedlogix Catch Can
Bunch of BT stuff
and other lovely additions coming soon
welcome from Illinois...good luck in your decision
2009 Dodge// Challenger S/E--TorRed
Custom 9-11-01 nose badge | custom 3.5L hood badges | CAI | Hood pins | DIY engine bay dress up | MOPAR hood struts/pedal kit/fuel door | blacked out side mirrors | Under dash ambient light | Jones Full Boar exhaust | Cuda' style MOPAR hockey stick striping |
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Well if your confident in your driving, Sure. It was my first car. Although, Its not the best on Gas, or visibility.
If you plan on driving it only certain months of the year...and since im assuming your young (like myself) avoid it. Since if your dropping 20k+ on a car as a teen only to drive it a couple of months, its probably not the best, all year around like myself isnt bad, but winter caaaaan be sketchy. I avoid bad snow storms because of it, but even with my Pirelli Winter Carving Edge Tires, Ive had some oh shit moments.
But if you ignore the bleh stuff like i did! Yeah id recommend it. its an awesome car, just have to get use to dodges crappy service and our bad blind spots! XD
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