No, this is a new study based on appeal. This study accents the one based on quality that the Challenger also won a few weeks ago.This came out a while ago. There's a big discussion in another thread. I'm mobile right now, otherwise I'd find it and post the link. Bottom line was that won because of the quality of the design. Hell yeah!
Well when Dodge dealers want $10,000 over MSRP for a car its no wonder they can't sell them. I remember the whining from dealers caught with '09's and 10's on their lots when the 11's came out yet they continue with the same "market adjustment" crap.With all the positive reports that come out on the Challenger, and all the complements we all get on our cars you would think sales would be higher.
Seen a couple 392s drop down to $49. Really think Challengers are initially priced too high and need to be priced lower, with more buying incentives, like competitive interest rates, then they'd be flying out the door, since most people would buy one if they could. No matter how many awards are won, if people can't afford them, they won't be buying them.Well when Dodge dealers want $10,000 over MSRP for a car its no wonder they can't sell them. I remember the whining from dealers caught with '09's and 10's on their lots when the 11's came out yet they continue with the same "market adjustment" crap.
I went looking at 392's a couple weekends ago and got met with nothing but lies and "market adjustments" anywhere from $5,000 to $15,000 over MSRP. That equates to a lost sale for Dodge. I'm over the 392, I'll just keep my R/T.
Or look at it... :laugh:The Camaro is great until you have to sit in it, drive it, or load something into the trunk.
That's because you're new here. There are at least 50 threads explaining why they are $10k more. :smokin:I wouldn't personally touch an SRT8 for what they have them priced. I just can't see why they are $10K more than the R/T Classic I just purchased.