Engine Size 3.6 L
Monthly KM 3000
Weekly KM 800
Daily KM 200
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The Dodge Challenger is a muscle car released in the 1990s. It has been marketed as a performance automobile and sports car, as well as an alternative to the more family-oriented Ford Mustang. The Dodge Challenger was created as a replacement for the Plymouth Barracuda, which had been discontinued after 1988.
The Dodge Challenger is available with a wide range of engine options from V8 to V6 configurations. The base model comes with a 275 horsepower 3.6-liter V6 engine while the top of the line model comes with a 340 horsepower 5.7-liter V8 engine. A six-speed manual transmission is standard on all models, while an eight-speed automatic transmission is optional on most models.
The interior of the Dodge Challenger is not as raw as some of its competitor brands from the same era, but it is still hugely functional. It’s also one of the best-looking interiors on a muscle car from this era. The SRT 392 has a 5-inch touchscreen display in the center stack that makes it easy to access all kinds of information about your vehicle and how you’re driving. The screen displays audio information such as song titles, artist names, and album artwork, as well as system settings like climate control settings or navigation directions.
The standard rearview camera is integrated into the portrait mirror assembly and uses sonar sensors to provide clear images of what’s behind you while driving at night or in poor conditions like rain or snowfall. The Dodge Challenger is a huge car with a long hood, but it’s also a very affordable one.
The Challenger has five airbags, including front, side, and curtain airbags. It also has a driver’s knee airbag and three-point seat belts all around.
The Challenger also has a panic button in the center console that can be activated by pulling on it using a key fob or pressing the pedal with your foot. This will trigger an audible alarm, flashing lights, and turn on the hazard lights.