Hello my fellow SXT and SE owners. I previously owned a 2012 SXT Plus with the SST option and electronic convenience package. That car was beautiful, and I still have love for that car. I loved the way it sat in my driveway or anywhere I parked it, and I always looked back at it to scope out how awesome it was. I never minded when my buddies would give me crap for the car because it was a "V-sexy." The reason why I didn't mind is because they would look at my car the same way they would look at my fiancee: out of the corner of their eyes with unnatural thoughts running through their heads. I know exactly what it is to have pride in a decision that I made, and not give a damn what anybody else thought about it. As time went on though, after many activations of Sport Mode and deactivations of Traction Control, I could not help but yearn for the power that was out there. The elephant in the room that I tiptoed around, and turned a blind eye to on more than one occasion suddenly noticed me noticing it. After a few "unplanned" visits to the local Dodge dealership and R/T test drives, I finally was turned to the DARK SIDE. Dark, as in a black 2014 Dodge Challenger R/T Blacktop Edition with the 6 speed manual transmission kind of dark. I don't know what all of these guys are talking about when they say they did not feel a difference between the SXT/SE and R/T during test drives. I felt it. My eyeballs slamming into my ocular cavities felt it. The organs inside of my body slamming into the seat felt it. Most importantly, my heart rate felt it. I loved my SXT Plus, but not as much as I love my R/T. Keep fighting the good fight SXT/SE owners. I love all of the versions of the Challenger, I just love my R/T more.
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