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Reviews

2016 Dodge Challenger Walk Around


Bold and brawny, the Challenger might even be branded beautiful, depending on whose eyes are doing the gazing. The basic body shape has a long nose, flat decklid, and thick roof pillars inspired by the 1970s versions. Big and wide, Challenger is more connected to its automotive ancestors than Mustang or Camaro.

A split grille sits within a slim front opening, with projector headlamps circled by LED halos. The functional “power bulge� hood may be fitted with various scoops. LED taillamps have a glossy black surround.

Interior

The spacious front seats feel like they belong in a luxury car: soft yet supportive, though thinner occupants might lack side support. The driver faces a modern dashboard, filled with soft-touch surfaces and a contemporary instrument cluster, with a simple interface.

Of the three retro American muscle coupes, the Challenger is the only coupe to seat five. Squeezing into the back seat demands some acrobatics, due in part to the tapering roofline, and only two adults will actually be comfortable. A third party won’t appreciate the protruding center hump.

At 16.2 cubic feet, the space in the trunk is larger than those of some midsize sedans.

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