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The Classic Muscle Car: The Dodge Challenger

The Dodge Challenger is one of the vehicles that come to mind when most people try to imagine a muscle car. This classic is now the strongest muscle car in America, providing thrills behind the wheel and aggressive styling you can't miss. With 14 trim levels to choose from, you can configure your Challenger almost exactly how you want, whether you just want a vehicle with its iconic styling or a model that leaves the competition in the dust when accelerating or reaching top speeds. The only way to fall in love with this car is to come in and take it for a spin. Contact us at the dealership in Harvey, LA to schedule a test drive!

2016 vs. 2017 Dodge Challenger: Updates Worth Noticing

One of the big changes you will notice for the 2017 Dodge Challenger is that it features an updated version of the Uconnect infotainment system. With more processing power, the system goes faster, and it now includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with multitouch gestures on an 8.4-inch screen. Those interested in customizing the exterior of their Challenger will appreciate the four new colors, bringing the total number of choices up to 13. The new shades are Yellow Jacket, Octane Red, Destroyer Gray, and Green Go.

The 2017 Challenger also offers a special-edition T/A model, featuring two headlight intake tubes and a performance exhaust. Every model with a V8 engine now comes standard with an active exhaust. Those interested in the SRT will notice an illuminated steering wheel logo and new wheel pattern. The SRT Hellcat gets new badges inside and out. The Challenger Hellcat also receives updated standard wheels, 20-inch lightweight aluminum ones.
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The Iconic Dodge Challenger Over the Years

The Dodge Challenger has a unique history spanning decades, but it had a brief break. The first Dodge Challenger arrived for the 1970 model year, sharing the E-Body platform with a long hood and short neck with the Plymouth Barracuda, but it had a longer wheelbase for more interior room. At first, it was available as a convertible or hardtop with two doors and in four trims. What made it truly impressive was the choice of nine powertrains ranging from a 225-cubic-inch I-6 to a 440-cubic-inch V8 and offering up to 425 horsepower. The 1971 Challenger only saw subtle styling changes, such as changing the single-taillamp design to feature two distinct lights and a new twin-inlet grille that was silver or black, depending on the model. There was also a new coupe featuring fixed quarter windows. The powertrains were also adjusted due to changing EPA emission standards. By 1972, the changing EPA regulations meant there were only three engines, offering 110 to 240 horsepower. The instrument cluster was redesigned for the Rallye option package in 1973, and the 1974 model year got enhanced safety equipment. Dodge ended Challenger production in 1974, but there was an imported two-door coupe available from Mitsubishi from 1978 to 1984. The Dodge Challenger finally made its return at the 2006 North American International Auto Show before the 2008 Challenger SRT8 debuted during the Chicago Auto Show of that year. The 2009 Dodge Challenger later made its debut at the New York International Auto Show before officially returning.

Find Your Challenger at Ray Brandt in Harvey, LA

The Dodge Challenger is a sporty car capable of top performance. To view a wide selection of new, used, and pre-owned vehicles, visit Ray Brandt Chrysler Dodge Jeep in Harvey, Louisiana. Our team of trained professionals can answer all your questions and help you get started. Call today to set up a test drive with your favorite model.

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