2009 Dodge Challenger R/T
Although Dodge is considered to be an American brand, this particular muscle car is actually built in Canada. But don’t feel unpatriotic buying it; after all, it does belong to Chrysler. Once you get to know this car better, you won’t be surprised J.D. Power and Associates called this vehicle the “Most appealing mid-size sporty car.”
The 2009 Dodge Challenger R/T is a 5-passenger, 2-door coupe. It comes from the same year as the competing Charger, but features a more sleek design with a sporty look that’s sure to make heads turn. With good fuel economy, it does 25 miles per gallon on highways and 16mpg in the city. It features the same engine as the Charger lineup – a 5.7L V8 Hemi MDS VVT. It comes with all-speed traction control, an electronic stability system, dual bright exhaust tips, and a smooth 5-speed automatic AutoStick or 6-speed manual transmission. It rates high on safety, as well; the 2009 Dodge Challenger R/T has advanced multi-stage front air bags. Not to mention the standard anti-lock brake system, hill start assistance, brake assistance for maximum stopping power in case of an emergency, tire pressure monitoring and automatic headlamps that don’t need the driver’s help. The 2009 Dodge Challenger truly feels like a freaking spaceship. The 3.06 axle ratio provides a solid stability on the road and the cloth-covered low-back bucket seats are extremely comfortable – perfect for a low ride.
Dodge has test-driven the 2009 Challenger over 3,200,000 miles before debuting it to the public – and for good reason. They’re committed to customer satisfaction, so in 2009, they rolled out a lifetime warranty in addition to secondary powertrain and other warranties for new car buyers. Don’t forget the 5-link rear suspension system. With world-class James Bond style handling on a rear-wheel drive platform, you really get your money’s worth with this American muscle car.
The technology in this car blows the competition out of the water. The 2009 Dodge Charger R/T comes with a state-of-the-art MyGig entertainment system that includes a GPS navigator, a Bluetooth cellphone connectivity link, SIRIUS radio, and remote start that lets you start the engine at the push of a button.
For upgraded, street-legal racing performance, you can soup up your 2009 Dodge Challenger R/T to get between 500 and 700 horse powers. For additional options on engine upgrades, talk to a local car dealer near you.