2013 Dodge Challenger

Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Dodge Challenger

  • Fear not, Mopar mavens: Despite every exterior surface being different, the production Challenger is a near-clone of the fervor-building show star, sporting necessary alterations that do little to diminish the shape's impact.

    - Motor Trend
  • Unlike the original Challenger, which had a shapely "fuselage" body that wrapped under at the rocker panels, the new car is slightly more slab-sided. But that's a good thing because it makes this muscular car, with its 20-in. wheels and tires, look as if it is firmly planted to the tarmac.

    - Road & Track

What reviewers liked least about the Dodge Challenger

  • The steering is heavier than a Charger's - the sedan with which the Challenger shares its platform - and the suspension is tuned more toward ride comfort than sport, neither of which does the car any weight-masking favor.

    - Car and Driver
  • The Challenger is too big and heavy to merit any consideration as a sports car and isn't ideal for tossing around on tight racetracks or mountain roads.

    - New Car Test Drive

Dodge Challenger Comparisons

  • on sheet-flat roads it won't enjoy a significant advantage over the Mustang's solid rear axle, but as the surface gets rougher the more balanced Challenger should cope better even though it's heavier.

    - New Car Test Drive

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