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Do you have any final numbers for the 2012s? boke down by trim and color? I am especially wondering how many SRT8s were built in BSP for 2012?
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Do you have any final numbers for the 2012s? boke down by trim and color? I am especially wondering how many SRT8s were built in BSP for 2012?
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why pay $33 for a SXT when you can get a RT for less

makes no sense....
Just a simple matter of need vs want really. I wanted a srt8 but that would be ridiculous for a commuter car when all I wanted was a cool car to drive to work. I have older cars to take out and hot rod in. Maybe I'll buy the real deal 70"s version to add to the collection.
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Just a simple matter of need vs want really. I wanted a srt8 but that would be ridiculous for a commuter car when all I wanted was a cool car to drive to work. I have older cars to take out and hot rod in. Maybe I'll buy the real deal 70"s version to add to the collection.
I am sure the SXT has some advantages over the R/T depending on how you look at it. Lower fuel cost, lower insurance rate, and a more comfortable ride.
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For a car with 370 plus horsepower and and average price of an RT going 36,000.00 to 38,000.00 for a RT Classic like mine ,I think Dodge has a lot of nerve asking $100.00 for a antispin differential. The antispin should be standard. Most of these half-wit dealers don't have the good sense to order their lot inventory the way we want them anyway!!
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For a car with 370 plus horsepower and and average price of an RT going 36,000.00 to 38,000.00 for a RT Classic like mine ,I think Dodge has a lot of nerve asking $100.00 for a antispin differential. The antispin should be standard. Most of these half-wit dealers don't have the good sense to order their lot inventory the way we want them anyway!!
rIGHT NOW AT A NISSAN DEALERSHIP THERE IS A 2011 WHITE CHALLENGER R/T FOR SALE $27,000
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Just a simple matter of need vs want really. I wanted a srt8 but that would be ridiculous for a commuter car when all I wanted was a cool car to drive to work. I have older cars to take out and hot rod in. Maybe I'll buy the real deal 70"s version to add to the collection.
pERHAPS THE SXT CHALLENGER WOULD BE THE BEST CAR FOR YOU AS A DAILY DRIVER?
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Anyone have any advice on how I can add some horsepower and performance upgrades for my 2012 SXT? And please I'm so sick of hearing people say that I need to just " upgrade to an RT". I don't have the money to do that. And I am really enjoying my gas mileage. I know there isn't a chip out yet and I have talked to Diablo and they are working on it right now and will notify me when it's ready to go so I will be sure to report when that chip is out or when I hear of an ETA. Anyways any suggestions or tips would be great! Also if you know of any place that has cheap or affordable parts for the 2012 SXT let me know!
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Anyone have any advice on how I can add some horsepower and performance upgrades for my 2012 SXT? And please I'm so sick of hearing people say that I need to just " upgrade to an RT". I don't have the money to do that. And I am really enjoying my gas mileage. I know there isn't a chip out yet and I have talked to Diablo and they are working on it right now and will notify me when it's ready to go so I will be sure to report when that chip is out or when I hear of an ETA. Anyways any suggestions or tips would be great! Also if you know of any place that has cheap or affordable parts for the 2012 SXT let me know!
What is your gas mileage?
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Originally Posted by Damon23 View Post
Just a simple matter of need vs want really. I wanted a srt8 but that would be ridiculous for a commuter car when all I wanted was a cool car to drive to work. I have older cars to take out and hot rod in. Maybe I'll buy the real deal 70"s version to add to the collection.
The R/T Classic has alot of options without having to go into SRT price category.
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