That's super helpful. Thank you.Back the VIN out of this website and replace with the GT's vin
If the local environment/weather is such that an AWD car is advantageous to have, the AWD system in the Challenger is perfectly capable, and it is mature enough by now that there are no inherent problems to have to deal with as the miles are accumulated.This one is an AWD with 52K miles. Any reason to shy away from one of these? Is the AWD system risky at all?
Reminds me of when I worked at the Chev dealer in the 90's. We had a GMC Safari AWD towed in from the freeway just out of town. It was a GM executive on his way from Detroit to Oshawa and he had a flat about an hour from our dealership. The tire shop replaced the tire with one size smaller than the other three (don't recall the exact size but for example a '75' to a '70'). In about 60 miles he had destroyed the AWD transfer case and the front differential. That was an expensive bill that the tire shop had to pay.Reading Nuke above reminds of a story about a dealer who got an AWD Charger's entire powertrain warranty voided because the owner had no documentation that the tires had ever been rotated. He bought the car new and probably had about 35K on it when the transfer case died and he was left on his own.
So definitely let the dealer do your rotations or in some way with your own maintenance log or in the back of your Owner's Manual, document it fully with the date and mileage that you do it.
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Your experience is probably an exception and shouldn’t be considered the norm for that setup.I have 76,000 miles on my GT and the only issue I have ever had is the alternator died. I was shocked that the factory tires lasted 66,000 miles since it’s a heavy vehicle and also because I only rotated them one time.
I have 2017 GT with 55k miles. Not a single issue. Recently changed out factory tires but still running with original brakes.I have 76,000 miles on my GT and the only issue I have ever had is the alternator died. I was shocked that the factory tires lasted 66,000 miles since it’s a heavy vehicle and also because I only rotated them one time.