Dodge Challenger of the Future
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  • While perusing through Dodge's websight, I ran across a rather interesting vehicle called the Challenger
  • They are said to cost one a minimum of $35,000 to start, and that is not a cheap car
  • In all truth, its rather costly for a Dodge, but in all actuality, you are getting a powerful engine, a car that supposedly handles like no other with an amazing pick up and stopping ratio, and a car that is supposed to have extremely high performance standards, as well

    • by cjaneb877
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      While perusing through Dodge’s websight, I ran across a rather interesting vehicle called the Challenger. While the car has yet to hit local car lots or roads, it something that is rather eye catching.

      Invision for a minute, a Dukes of Hazard type of car in bright red with shimmering silver rims and a smoking engine.

      Two architecturally designed slanted doors with half-cocked windows align both sides of the vehicle and teh small framed lights produce glares that would catch any carlover’s


      attention.

      Its really something to look at.

      These cars of the future are said to be on the roads sometime between 2009-2012 but one can never tell.

      That is a pretty vague time span and Dodge keeps perfecting and further perfecting each little detail on the car to make them more and more appealing to customers.

      They are said to cost one a minimum of $35,000 to start, and that is not a cheap car.

      In all truth, its rather ...


      • costly for a Dodge, but in all actuality, you are getting a powerful engine, a car that supposedly handles like no other with an amazing pick up and stopping ratio, and a car that is supposed to have extremely high performance standards, as well.

        While it is not a family car and would probably appeal to just about any teenager or man in midlife crisis, my firm conviction is that while it may drive like a sports car, it still looks safe and sturdy

        enough to hold its own if in an accident.

        Believe it or not, in today’s world, that is pretty good.

        Some smaller cars out there look like they would be anialated in a car accident with an SUV but this little hot rod does look like it would hold up pretty well in an accident and protect the driver and passenger.

        Great Job Dodge! I look forward to seeing this car on the road! Eye Candy is never bad for any of us!




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