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Because they each have 2 doors with back seats, RWD (usually), optional big horsepower V8s (All seem to go head to head in their outputs), manual or automatic transmission choices, somewhat similar pony car proportions (Long hood short deck), a lot of buyers cross-shop the 3, and they have a long history of competing against each other, going back to Trans Am and showroom stock car racing in the 70s. If the Challenger isn't a competitor to the Ford and Chevy offerings, I don't see what else in the lineup could be. The Charger is more of a class of it's own if anything.
Unfortunately I don't think the performance/muscle/pony coupe whatever you want to call it segment is big enough that we can divide it into sub-sections, or ignore the similarities.
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