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Muscle Cars: The Evolution of the Dodge Challenger

MUSCLE CARS THE EVOLUTION OF THE DODGE CHALLENGER THE AISE AND FALL CHALLENGER FIRST-GEN (1970-1974) YOUR CLASSIC MUSCLE CAR complete with a fastback roof, long wheelbase, and the largest range of powertrain choices. ENGINE LINEUP 225-cubic-inch Slant l-6 145 hp 318-cubic-inch V-8 230 hp 340-cubic-inch V-8 275 hp 383-cubic-inch V-8 (A) 290 hp 383-cubic-inch V-8 (B) 330 hp 383-cubic-inch V-8 (C) 335 hp 440-cubic-inch V-8 (A) 375 hp 440-cubic-inch V-8 (B) 390 hp 426-cubic-inch V-8 425 hp *290 hp in the Trans-Am 100 200 300 400 SALES PER MODEL YEAR 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15.000 1971 1972 1973 1974 CHALLENGER SECOND-GEN (1978-1984) IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MITSUBISHI, Dodge imported and sold the Galant Lambda under the Challenger name. IN OTHER WORDS, IT X wasn't domestic X wasn't a Dodge AND IT X certainly wasn't a Challenger It averaged 12,000-14,000 units sold PER YEAR THE REVIVAL CHALLENGER THIRD-GEN (2008-present) DODGE WENT BACK TO BASICS and unveiled the retro-styled Challenger in 2008 with a modern 425-hp HEMI V8. The 2013 lineup offers 7 unique trim levels. DODGE CHALLENGER 1970 R/T SE 2012 440-Six Pack SRT8 932 $3,747 ($22,172 w/ inflation) BASE PRICE $45,125 6.4L/470-hp/470-lb-ft OHV 16-valve HEMI V8 ENGINE 7.2L/390-hp/490-lb-ft 16-valve HEMI V TRANSMISSION 4-speed manual 6-speed manual 3,720 Ib (60/40% est) 4,260 lb (54/46% est) CURB WEIGHT (f/r distance) WHEEL BASE 110 inch 116 inch LENGTH X WIDTH 191.0 x 76.0 197.7 x 75.7 X HEIGHT x 50.9 in x 57.1 in 0-60 MPH 5.9 sec* 4.6 sec 4.8 sec 5.0 sec QUARTER MILE @ 100.0 mph* @ 111.3 mph BRAKING, 0-60 MPH 129* feet 117 feet AWARDS AND ACCOLADES 2008 Collectible Car of the Future Friends of the National Automotive History Collection (NAHC) The 25 Most Collectible Cars of the Last 25 Years (SRT8) Consumer GuideĀ® Automotive Most Beautiful Cars 2010 Forbes Fastest Cars Under $50,000 Forbes 10 Cars that Will Look Good in 10 Years U.S. News & World Report (March 2011) America's Best-Loved Cars 1st Place Midsize Sporty, J.D. Power and Associates 2011 APEAL Survey Top 10 Most Fun to Drive Cars INFOGRAPHIC PROVIDED BY WECOME TO THE FAMI Sources: new.cara/viewallhtml, 2.html hitp://wwwtleareamfann/

Muscle Cars: The Evolution of the Dodge Challenger

shared by BrittSE on Feb 19
Since its debut in 1970, the Dodge brand has sold a total of 189,606 Challenger models. Find out how this brand has evolved over the years by taking a look at the information on this exciting infographic.


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