2011 Dodge Challenger
Review, Prices, Comparisons, Pictures
The 2011 Dodge Challenger is available in three basic levels of trim, with each reflecting a difference in styling, power, performance, and of course, pricing. The cheapest trim level offered standard from the factory is the base level. This level starts out at $24,670 and comes with a 3.6 liter V6 engine that is paired with an automatic transmission. Inside the base model, you get certain features as standard, such as stability and traction control, an mp3 player with the stereo, and side and curtain air bags. You also get a number of features as optional add ons, including a satellite radio, a navigation system, and bluetooth wireless connectivity.
Beyond the base model comes the R/T model, which starts at $29,670. For the money, you get a much larger engine; namely, the 5.7 liter V8 engine. The car is set up to run with either a manual or an automatic transmission, depending on which you specify from the factory. A number of features that are optional on the base version of the 2011 Dodge Challenger become standard, such as bluetooth wireless connectivity. However, the navigation system will still be optional, as will an mp3 player option you can add on.
Finally, at the high end is the SRT8, which retails from $42,555. For the money, you get the largest engine available, which is a 6.4 liter V8, as well as additional plush interior trim.
In conclusion, the 2011 Dodge Challenger is not for everyone. It is probably not the best choice for people with families or those who have to transport large hauls of lumber from one construction site to the other. However, for those looking for the muscle car experience at a price they might be able to afford, the Challenger is a worthy contender in the revitalized field of United States muscle cars.