Just spotted a few on mine, and I thought that I've been keeping a close eye and seeing nothing...................until tonight.
It's been in the garage all week, steady temps in the 50's/60's.
Mine run "vertically" on the rear qtr panels, between the door edge and rear wheel wells, both sides.
You have to look very hard, they aren't "terrible" (yet), but they are there, and they are long.
18k on the car, front and rear(4pt) bracing.
Not sure what I'll do, but I'm going to keep a closer eye on these. It's ashame, I love this car, and it would be hard to "give it back".
I'm screwed either way is some respects. If I jump through the hoops and Chrysler buys it back, the deduction for the miles is problem for me. I've got to spend another chunk of change to get a "defective car" replaced with an equal level of trim Challenger.
If the car "isn't right", and Chrysler is buying it back, then that's not my fault that I've put on more miles than "garage queens" or newer Challengers.
Swap me even for a new one, to replace a "flawed" one that I bought new. That would be taking care of a customer, and one that gets you a lot of brand recognition every time it's on the street.
One more problem, "DY" isn't offered.
Not sure what more to say at this point.