You can look at it that way or you can look at it like this.....The more they sale the better the price. As for me I'm looking for price not mystique.kirndog said:$28k would be nice....if that were more for a mid-higher end Challenger. The base Mustang is what? 17-20k?
In a way I want to keep the challenger a little bit more than that. Right now, every where I look I see a Mustang, and I don't want the mystique of the Challenger to be ruined by everyone having one!
As my friend would say, and I apologize to you that have a mustang but...."a mustang is like a tampon, every pu#$y needs one."
davidb said:I just saw on the cover of a different magazine that our dream car can be ours for "$28,000!" Can't wait for that bargain.
WHAT?!?!? You are?! Wow, I have got to get my head in the game... How did you go about that? Did they give you any other information on the challenger at all? Price? Predicted release date? Models that will be available?DanRealtor said:I would assume that the pricing will be comparable to the Charger. The Challenger won't be significantly cheaper or more expensive to build, and DCX is into selling cars: Lots of cars!
The 6.1 (which is what I am getting) will probably be priced about the same as a Charger SRT-8 and will fefch above MSRP when it comes out.
BTW: I am already on a waiting list (#2 Doh!) for the Challenger. When (not if) they become available I will get the second one from my dealership!