Does the GM plants bother anyone about the fate of the maro? I know there SUV plants but kinda close to home. they better give me my Maro.:BangHead:
Why is that 2 posts in a row where I have read that you want a Challenger, on a Camaro site? I don't get this.Doesn't bother me any. I won't ever own a truck, and I won't own something like an SUV. Coupe's all the way. At this rate, though, I'm not sure what I'm going to do with gas prices the way they are. I highly doubt the Camaro LS3 is going to offer AFM, and if it does, so many people will complain that they'll pull it from the next year model. All this does is lead me to cross shop the 2009 Challenger R/T, and I really don't want a Dodge. But if my Muscle is gonna cost 120$ per tank, I'll have to skip on the Camaro, and get the easier-on-the-wallet choice, which would be the Challenger.
I think it's only because of the 2.99/gal special.Why is that 2 posts in a row where I have read that you want a Challenger, on a Camaro site? I don't get this.
If you seriously think that a comparable heavier Dodge (known for inefficient vehicles) is going to be cheaper on your wallet than a Camaro, I say "go for it!" If you want to talk about how great Challengers are, though, then why do it here?
what do you want people to say?well