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Hey folks, have been screening some information on the Challenger off this forum for a few weeks. I'm looking for either a 6M Challenger, or 6M Camaro, am leaning towards the Challenger now, but not 100% sure. There's advantages to both. Have some questions, but will post those on the talk forum.

Who knows? I may be around for a long while.
 

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challenger looks better outside and has more room inside (5 passenger), but it costs more

Camaro is less money and the driving position makes you feel like your 6 years old driving your dads car....its a bit strange.....i more i see the Camaro the more i dislike the looks....the back end is horrible...i still like the front end

Many Challenger owners have commented about the cheap interior materials of the Camaro....i think the Camaro interior is great looking and significantly better looking than the Challenger, but i cant comment on the cheapness of it.....they are night and day different

i see 1 or 2 Challengers on the road a week, while i see Camaro's every time i drive...i see Mustangs every 2 minutes
 

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Buy a Challenger, your life will improve immediately.

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i am chevrolet thru and thru, but the new camaro is chinesssse looking. the new challenger is GREAT. get the SRT if you can. and like above, camaros are every where, and mustangs are girl cars.
 

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I was GM only for almost 40 years and wanted to buy the Camaro. But once I sat in one I couldn't do it.
 

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Welcome aboard! :)
 

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Thanks everyone! I agree with the comment on the Camaro making you feel like a kid in your dad's car. That high beltline for the side windows is extreme. The biggest plus for the Camaro is the full instrumentation and especially the gauge pak on the console. That is very reminiscent of the '69 Camaro SS. The lack of gauges in the Challenger is also confusing to me as I thought all muscle cars had full instrumentation. Not a deal breaker, just surprising.
 

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if you want to blend in, buy the camaro if you want to stand out, buy the challenger
 

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if you want to blend in, buy the camaro if you want to stand out, buy the challenger

but if you want a really quick v6 car go look at the 2011 mustang.
0-60 and 1/4 miles times are right in line with the 09/10 challenger RT
with an MSRP of $25510 wich includes the performance package with 6spd, 3.31 gear, 19" wheels etc, etc.
 

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Thanks everyone! I agree with the comment on the Camaro making you feel like a kid in your dad's car. That high beltline for the side windows is extreme. The biggest plus for the Camaro is the full instrumentation and especially the gauge pak on the console. That is very reminiscent of the '69 Camaro SS. The lack of gauges in the Challenger is also confusing to me as I thought all muscle cars had full instrumentation. Not a deal breaker, just surprising.
Welcome ..You can see alot of instumentation on your EVIC including performance stuff.
 

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dodge is making a very strong comeback in the performance market..
 

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