Dodge Challenger/Charger end of the line 2024

redcoats1976

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worst thing is we arent really going to be reducing pollution,just making one local source.and what happens when everybody plugs in their cars on a 10 degree night with all the electric heat going at the same time?
 

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I had always heard that the Challenger was supposed to last 5 years as a special edition run if you will. I'm not sure they knew the popularity they would have. Still want a Hellcat myself.
 

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People who rode horses thought motorized cars would never catch on.

I am not too impressed by the plug in electric direction we are going.

I mean, within the last decade, I have personally gone without electricity in my home for nearly two full weeks after a hurricane.

I could charge my phone in my gas powered truck, though. And I was able to leave town for somewhere that actually had electricity to ride it out.

The only plug in E-car that really piques my interest is out of my league, price wise.

And just how long will these expensive electric junk piles run? :dunno:

I am open minded, but I might stick to gasoline power until the electric model is a few generations improved.

I believe we will all be driving glorified golf carts in the future.

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im sure they will go where the profit takes them.maybe special color,different wheels,etc.the bumblebee transformer camaros and 2011 candy apple green camaros racked up some money for the general too.
 

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