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The legendary Dodge Challenger is currently enjoying its third generation and seems more in tune with the times than ever. The Challenger combines all the attributes of the classic “muscle” car while providing good fuel mileage, comfort and excellent overall performance.
The journey that the Dodge Challenger has taken over the years is certainly one of the more unusual in automotive history. The original version was released in 1959 as the Dodge Silver Challenger, a limited edition model that featured either a six cylinder or V8 version in silver paint. This two-door model came with many premium features at the time, including deep-pile carpeting. However, after 1959 the Challenger would not be seen for another 14 years. By 1970, Dodge decided to revive the Challenger series as competition to the Camaro and Mustang. Released alongside the Barracuda, the Challenger enjoyed more success, but unfortunately sales were hampered by the Oil Crisis of 1973. In addition, the “pony” car trend was fading even by 1970 and the Challenger, despite having a number of excellent features such as its roomy interior, powerful engine and luxury styling lasted only four years.
However, the Dodge Challenger was revived for a second generation in 1978. This time the car was considerably smaller with an emphasis more on luxury than power. The “sporty” nature of this vehicle was enhanced by the modern styling and bright exterior colors. Still, some drivers were disappointed by the smaller four cylinder engines and the lack of overall performance and power of the previous generation. This particular version lasted until 1983 when Dodge discontinued the series, seemingly for good.
By the turn of the 20th century, a new interest in the performance cars of the past was gripping the US and Dodge decided once again to revive the Challenger series. The first concept vehicle was revealed in 2006 with full production soon following. By 2008, the new version of the Dodge Challenger was ready for the public. This generation takes more from the first, the larger engine and body style, than the second generation which has resulted in considerable success with consumers. The new version of the Dodge Challenger manages to combine the retro look of the first generation with modern, luxury features that consumers expect.?? With the 6.1L HEMI engines, this two-door coupe managed to sell all 6,400 cars from its initial manufacturing run before any hit the showrooms.
Today, the Dodge Challenger continues to meet the needs of consumers in terms of fuel mileage, power and overall performance for a luxury coupe vehicle. Displaying the marvelous power and torque that helped make the initial Challengers famous, this new version may not have the overly-elongated hood, but it does pack plenty of horsepower. For a vehicle that has had three considerable interruptions between generations, this new version is here to stay for the foreseeable future.