Can never have too much fun
Probably one of the most fun cars I've ever owned. It's a FCA product so it's got quality issues but so does everyone else. If your looking for a high HP street/Hwy cruiser this is the one. Stock is king so stay away from the Covid check specials. Easy to spot. Other than that. They are well mannered, fast enough and will likely hold value over time. Early models a SC issues, wind noise and rear end noise. The camber is not adjustable so if you notice it's pulling or seems off check the alignment before buying. You'll need aftermarket arms to correct. Get it up over 120 mph if you hear a wail or high pitched squeal run! Everything else can be corrected. If your 6'2 and up don't get a sunroof. The HK radio is a must but it's not the best. If your on the fence about a manual or Auto. Drive both. I opted for the Auto over the manual for the first time ever. It's way better than the old school units and the paddles are pretty responsive. Not wrong with the manual, gears are really tall but the down side is you only get a standard HC none of the others offer that. When looking and you can't tell if its a standard or Redeye. 1 the gauge reads 220, 2 the Valve covers are black. Sometimes the photos are missing and or the owner put redeye badges on it. Other than that, I'm currently looking for another one but current prices are way over inflated especially if you consider Dodge was knocking off 7k-8k from the sticker for 2-3 years. Last one I prices was a 2021 Redeye Wide body every option but sunroof OTD was 74k brand new. Don't let your emotions get the better of you.
Cant go wrong!
I am on my third Challenger and my second Scatpak. I have a 2021 T/A Scatpak in Octane Red! Completely happy with it, only problem is I cant get the wife out of it so I am stuck driving our new Dodge Durango, another smart choice i made!
I always wanted a muscle car and the challenger was it. It had new features as well as the old simple features and controls that I liked. This is my first V8 engine and I love the power. It's a 2021, but feels new. I will always keep this car in the family.