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This is one of my favorite retro designs. This 2010 Dodge
Challenger R/T Classic is a great tribute to the old Mopar E-Body,
but fortunately the resemblance is only skin deep. The new
Challenger is far superior in every other way. And this example,
with its Hemi power, 6-speed manual transmission, and plethora of
options, really gets it right.
This beautiful example, with its desirable Red and Black color combination, has just 29,000 miles and a clean history. It is very nicely optioned and in fantastic condition inside and out. The red color with black R/T striping looks very sharp, especially with the R/T Classic features including the shiny gas cap. Completing the look are the 20" aluminum wheels with new Pirelli Cinturato P7 tires.
Now to my favorite part. This Challenger is powered by a 5.7L Hemi with variable valve timing. Its 376 net horsepower rating is more than the famous 1970 426ci Hemi and its 425 gross / 350 net. Hard to believe, until you step on the gas. There is plenty of power while the performance exhaust sounds great, especially under load.
This car also has the optional Trak Pak setup. This includes a 6-speed Tremec manual transmission mated to a limited slip rear end with 3.92 gears. All this performance remains very easy to drive and includes speed sensitive steering, electronic stability control, and anti-lock disc brakes.
The leather interior is officially called Dark Slate Gray but looks black. It is in excellent condition and still smells new. The front heated buckets are both comfortable and supportive. Note the beautiful embroidered headrests and rear seat. The factory pistol grip shifter and bright pedals are nice touches too. The centerpiece of the dash is the optional Uconnect system with its 6.5" touch screen, GPS navigation, 40GB hard drive, satellite radio, and more.
This car has a ton of curb appeal but is also very impressive on the road. Push the start button, grab the pistol grip shifter, throttle up, and let it loose. 1970 was good, but this is much better.