2018 Dodge Challenger consumer reviews

$27,295 starting MSRP
side view of 2018 Challenger Dodge
94% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.9
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.9
  • Reliability 4.8
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Love my 2028 Dodge Challenger SXT

Perfect car perfect fit for me has enough power to get you where you’re going I like to be first in line awesome comfortable 20 mpg city 30 to 32 mpg on highway awesome gets respect love my car ❤️


worst car i ever owned

car was in poor shape and several recalls, brakes, tires, suspensions. rusting and all sorts of issues............bad panit job, need wheel replacements and ball joints


My favorite performance car I have owned!

This car met all my options I was looking for in a Dodge Challenger! Leather seats heated, alloy wheels,etc....V6 305 hp and alpine music system.


A Real Car

The 2018 Dodge Challenger SXT, white, with the black wheels and trim. I would recommend to anybody. Sporty, excellent performance, never had an issue with it. Reasonably priced.


Favorite car

The car is perfect for me. Just the right amount of power rides smooth and has decent gas mileage. For a 2 seater car it has a large back seat.


Dream Car

This car was my dream car. It is everything I thought it would be and more. Definitely the muscle car, lol. Very very happy with my dream car.


only 26,000 miles and vehicle shakes while braking

only 26,000 miles screen freezes, seat recline stopped working, shakes very badly going down hill while braking, needs new brakes or rotors only at 26,000 miles never happened to me with other vehicles Ive owned.


Bad xxx car

Just what I was looking for. It turns a lot of heads and is one bad xxx ride. It hard to keep your foot out of and it seems like everyone and there brother wants to race.


Count On Dodge for a great product. Very Happy

I really enjoy my Dodge Challenger inside and out. I love the styling and the performance also. Fun to drive. Comfort in the front seats are great. Back seats just ok. For a 5.7 Himi not bad gas mileage. Go Dodge great looking and vert dependable.


The Challenger Demon

I've owned cars that were boring. I've owned cars that were fun. I've owned cars that were lousy. This is the only car I've owned that is terrifying. And that is why it is fantastic. I traded in a Hellcat for the Demon. The Hellcat was fast and powerful, but totally controllable. Sort of a pussycat that becomes a tiger with the right encouragement. Not so for the Demon. It is out of control when it's put in drive. I've never driven a race car, but this must be the way they're set up. The suspension (though surprisingly soft) is somehow twitchy. The brakes are twitchy. And, especially, the engine is twitchy. You quickly learn that the gas pedal must never be depressed more than one inch. One half inch for most normal driving. Anything more than that (at less than about 50 mph) and you will be going sideways down the road. You better know what you're doing with this machine. And that is what makes it absolutely a kick in the butt to drive. This is no car for a little pissant wanna-be with "short stature". This is a big machine for big guys. I'm six three and over 200 pounds. And there is plenty of room for me. The seat is probably the most supportive of any I've ever sat in (including seats in all those overly expensive import jobs). The rest of the interior is pretty forgettable. By the way, it actually has a large trunk. Go figure. The boys at Dodge took a $15,000 car and installed a $70,000 drivetrain. And they did it perfectly. It's the all-American ultimate petrochemical muscle car that will soon go as extinct as the dinosaurs.