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http://jalopnik.com/cars/chicago-au...showing-off-potential-detail-shots-330062.php



Details in the brochure:
6.1L Hemi V8
425hp/420tq
5-speed AutoStick
20x9 Wheels, 245/45-20 tires
AM/FM 6-disc DVD MP3 Sirius radio, 13-speaker Kicker audio

Available Exterior Colors:
Hemi Orange Pearl
Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl
Bright Silver Metallic
...all with carbon fiber hood decal

Interior:
Dark Slate Gray premium trimmed leather performance bucket seats with Hemi Orange seatback accent and 60/40 split folding rear bench

Optional Equipment:
MyGIG Multimedia Infotainment with Navigation - $890
245/45-20 Front & 255/45-20 Rear Performance Tires - $50
Power Sunroof - $950



So fully loaded, the MSRP is $41,985 :eek:
 

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Hahaha..I love the fuel door picture. Are they assuming that people that spend $40,000+ for that thing aren't smart enough to know where the fuel door is and what it does? :D



 

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Hahaha..I love the fuel door picture. Are they assuming that people that spend $40,000+ for that thing aren't smart enough to know where the fuel door is and what it does? :D
Now we know where the fuel goes in, I want to know where the gas goes in.:D
 

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Now we know where the fuel goes in, I want to know where the gas goes in.:D
$50 Aftermarket Dealer Accessory(does not include dealer installation fees):

"GAS" sticker for fuel door.



 

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Hahaha..I love the fuel door picture. Are they assuming that people that spend $40,000+ for that thing aren't smart enough to know where the fuel door is and what it does? :D
I belive the original Challenger had the same thing on the fuel door---

And people who buy the new Camaro will need to be reminded what kind of car they bought? :screwy:



I like the fuel door on the Challenger - gives it a bit more race/vintage look :cool:
 

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The model designation is standard fair on pretty much all cars...but still...a sticker that reads "FUEL" on the OUTSIDE of the fuel door? Come on man. :p



 

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The model designation is standard fair on pretty much all cars...but still...a siocker that reads "FUEL" on the OUTSIDE of the fuel door? Come on man. :p
No difference.
Are we car guys or teenagers? At least the Challenger carried over the original style ;)
 

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... the challenger is a charger but with less doors and a different shell.... im not impressed.... Camaro on the flip side is all new and ready 2 change peoples idea of Chevrolet 4 ever!...... it doesent matter ls2 or ls3 its gonna get the power to the ground and smoke the Challenger
 

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No difference.
Are we car guys or teenagers? At least the Challenger carried over the original style ;)
There is quite a bit of difference. The model designation helps other people who don't know the car know what it is. People don't need to be told where the fuel door is most of the time. :p



 

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There is quite a bit of difference. The model designation helps other people who don't know the car know what it is. People don't need to be told where the fuel door is most of the time. :p

The CAMARO on the fuel cap door is like a vinyl decal in the windshield. Also, it sits horizontally on the car, not many people see it. It's just personal opinion. Personally, if the fuel door ends up there on the production model, I'd hope the CAMARO script is left lying on the design floor :D

The Challenger on the other hand carried that over from the original, a racing feel.

anyway, I guess I'm reading too much nitpicking on other vehicles and feel as a true auto enthusiast we'd appreciate more than we appear to do

Just venting I guess - it's all good :cool:
 

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... the challenger is a charger but with less doors and a different shell.... im not impressed.... Camaro on the flip side is all new and ready 2 change peoples idea of Chevrolet 4 ever!...... it doesent matter ls2 or ls3 its gonna get the power to the ground and smoke the Challenger
Won't the Camaro be on a shared platform itself?
 

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The CAMARO on the fuel cap door is like a vinyl decal in the windshield. Also, it sits horizontally on the car, not many people see it. It's just personal opinion. Personally, if the fuel door ends up there on the production model, I'd hope the CAMARO script is left lying on the design floor :D

The Challenger on the other hand carried that over from the original, a racing feel.

anyway, I guess I'm reading too much nitpicking on other vehicles and feel as a true auto enthusiast we'd appreciate more than we appear to do

Just venting I guess - it's all good :cool:
I appreciate a lot..the Challenger is an otherwise beautiful car. But we all know that so that's why we nitpick on the other things.



 

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:patriot: :thumbsup:

Hell..for the longest time(mainly before I knew it was going to weigh so **** much and be a massive gas guzzler) I wanted a Challenger..I actually liked the design more than the Camaro for a while. But I eventually wised up.



 

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Hell..for the longest time(mainly before I knew it was going to weigh so **** much and be a massive gas guzzler) I wanted a Challenger..I actually liked the design more than the Camaro for a while. But I eventually wised up.
me personally don't give too much of a care.the price not the performance of the challenger is holdin me back:hello:
but still you have to admit anything with 425hp is going to move:D:cool:
 
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