If it was me, with some of the deals going on now, I'd buy a deeply discounted 2010 if I was set on the R/T model. From what I've read, and someone may correct me, there isn't a lot of changes between the 2010 and 2011 R/T. The S/E and the SRT are seeing big changes.we need for our garage one..
i know 2011 has better suspension and a new wheal
but really is it worth it buying new..or just save some buck n get 2010
I definitely think things will get interesting in the next year or two. Chevy is supposed to be releasing the Z28, which should then be the "SRT" of the Camaro's. And I've already heard about a Boss 302 from Ford for the Mustang lineup. If Dodge doesn't make some pretty considerable improvements, they will be left behind in the dust -- so I fully expect bigger HP (and handling) improvements. Also, keep in mind the Challenger fills a niche that neither the Mustang and Camaro can't -- it COMFORTABLY seats 4 people and is a true cruiser. So they may not care about having the fastest car, just something that competes reasonably close. :scratchhead:ill bet the RT gets a major upgrade in 2012...its supposed to compete with the SS and 5.0 and right now it doesnt- ill bet in 2012 it jumps up a bit
id wait 7 more months if performance matters alot to you
or possibly look at the 2010 SRT new or used..
Yeah, don't get me started on the 6-speed. It goes from a $1000 upgrade to $1000 cheaper than auto? Obviously either Dodge was screwing us earlier or is screwing us now... When I got mine, if they were the same price I'd be slightly leaning towards the 6, though it was close... either being $1000 cheaper makes it an easier decision.I just checked the retail price of a 6 speed 2010 R/T and a 2011 R/T set up the same way, the 2011 was $2305.00 cheaper. The 2010 rebates will be much better in Jan.- March and the dealers will be more willing to deal !
Where are you seeing RT's advertised at $8k off sticker? And what is the original sticker price? I'm guessing near the $40k mark and fully loaded out.All cool upgrades, no doubt, but right now I'm seeing R/Ts advertised at 8K under sticker. Throw in good financing from Dodge, and it will be much much cheaper. Though keep in mind that the 2011s have a lower sticker to begin with and have some of the upgrades standard still, so it's less off than one would initially think.
SE G Package $25,985
R/T J Package $32,665
R/T Classic $34,190
R/T Classic Furious Fuchsia $34,485
SRT8® Furious Fuchsia $44,495
R/T Plus $31,170
R/T Classic $32,970
SRT8® 392 $43,555
Well the 2011 SRT is still getting slapped with the GG tax, so I'm assuming it's not that good.someone mentioned about the MPG will not be that different in 2011 from 2010, i wondered what's the differents in mpg in rt 2010 and srt 2011, if not much than ill get one of str 2011 ..
n the color doesn't matter i prefer black, but come on, we from the shop, we could paint any costume