Overview & Reviews
The 2013 Dodge Challenger is unchanged.
- Strong V6 and V8 engines
- Compliant ride
- Upscale interior quality
- Distinctive exterior styling.
- Huge trunk
- Spacious and comfortable cabin
- Handling not as sharp as rivals.
- Compromised rear visibility
User Reviews:Showing 1 through 10 of 10.00
Modern Muscle, Vintage Vibe - 2013 Dodge Challenger
By ivaskaj - April 28 - 12:28 am
R/T base with the 6spd manual, Sound Group II stereo, HID headlights, and a sunroof. This thing is quick. So far, I've seen an avg. of 4.85 seconds on the 0-60 timer in the info center. The transmission shifts smooth and precise, excellent for stock. Love the pistol grip. The torque curve is as flat as Montana, and twice as big. This thing sounds amazing for a stock exhaust, nice growl under acceleration, but barely audible at highway speeds. Excellent ride quality, and it's library quiet at 70 mph. HID headlights are amazing, both low & high beams. The stereo is also excellent, plenty of bass. Never seen less than 19 mpg, and a peak of 23 so far.
Looks and Power at a Bargain - 2013 Dodge Challenger
By brownwa - October 23 - 7:16 pm
Dealer options: Blacktop Package This car totally changes its character with the Super Track Pak (STP). Reviews peg the manual RT as the fat girl of the muscle car bunch. But with the suspension and steering upgrades the Challenger elevates to porn-star like proportions. And it's just as much fun to drive. I was a Japanese import fanboy for +10 years and fantasized about buying a BRZ. However just one test drive in the Dodge changed my mind. Power is sexy, and the RT moves just as well as it looks. Buying a 150ft-lb BRZ over this 410ft-lb beauty would be a mistake and for the same price!
Fun American Muscle - 2013 Dodge Challenger
By colby_butler - August 8 - 10:26 pm
This car had the shifttronic auto :(, but still allowed full rev to each gear and downshifting. Did a 0-60 test, yielded 5.5 with some wheelspin, not bad. Seemingly very powerful. Throws you back when you gas in almost every gear. Passing on the highway is great dropped to third. Very fun car to drive. Fantastic stereo system and Sirius radio. Lots of trunk space. Back seats are actually quite comfortable for me at 6'. Projector beam HID lights for night driving seem adequate. Leather is nice and not too plush for easier care then some competitive Euros like my personal VR6.
Hidden Gem - 2013 Dodge Challenger
By beast91 - April 6 - 9:23 am
When this vehicle was first introduced in 08 and i saw one on the road it quickly brought me back to sitting in the classroom in my HS in CT mid 70's watching muscle cars of that era occasionally zipping by with a roar and garnering the attention of a select few of the boys in the classroom. Fast forward to today and the fascination of the cars are now captivating a new generation while extending the opportunities of yesteryear to those of us who now have the means in participating in the ownership of one of these great machines. The Chevelle SS was always my favorite with the 69-70 Challenger a close second. No modern era Chevelle's, so the SRT 8 is it, AND BOY I COULD NOT BE HAPPIER!
Second Dodge in a year - 2013 Dodge Challenger
By russl57 - March 30 - 6:25 pm
Last year I had difficulty in deciding whether to buy a Charger or Challenger. I bought the Charger and liked the Dodge product so much that this year I bought a Challenger. Both are RT's. The Charger was a better value but the Challenger is a great car. A lot of people want to compare the Challenger to the Camaro and Mustang. This is a huge mistake. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. For pure speed and handling the Challenger will never compete with the Camaro or Mustang. For comfort, room and road presence the Camaro and Mustang are not in the same class as the Challenger.I like all three cars and I am not brand loyal at all. I bought an RT Plus in Granite Metallic, just Beautiful
Challenger 2013 SXT Rally Redline - 2013 Dodge Challenger
By 1publicservant - January 9 - 1:39 pm
I traded in my 2010 Mustang Premium coupe for a 2013 SXT Challenger due to a defect discovered in the Mustang after my warranty conveniently expired. It's a very different ride. I got the rally redline package with all of the bells and whistles. Black with over the top red stripes and 20" tires with red rims. Leather, heated seats, navigation, BA speakers in the trunk, sun roof, reverse sensor to compensate for the blind spot when backing up, proximity keys and touch to start. Very comfortable ride, good pick-up in a straight line. It's got chunky handling around corners at higher speeds- my mustang really gripped the road. Handles much better than the ford in inclement weather. I'm happy.
Faster n hell - 2013 Dodge Challenger
By Eric Dehaan - December 10 - 11:25 am
Awesome car. Looks good,drives good,total package.
It is a Wow! Style, comfort and grear mpg! - 2013 Dodge Challenger
By John Pagano - June 21 - 2:59 am
Fantastic car for the price of a boring generic sedan. Looks good, sounds great - V-8 rumble. Gets 20 to 28 mpg - really! and yes I know what the sticker says. Also, goes pretty well in the snow with Blizaks and 200lbs of sand.
young again my first car was a 1970 Challenger - 2013 Dodge Challenger
By Carldbrownjr@comcast.net Brown jr - September 8 - 5:06 pm
this car has come a long way since my 70 both have 6 cylinder motors but the new 1has a lot more power and the doors don't rattle of all the new cars it the closest to the original one mine is fully loaded which is part of the reasons I gave high reviews
Nice Car - 2013 Dodge Challenger
By Christian Caldwell - July 5 - 7:40 am
Strongly consider your options as to whether or not you want to purchase and SXT, R/T, SRT, SCAT PACK, etc. As o could see how you might want more power after driving the ACT if you are a car enthusiasts. I love the car, and considering the fact that I am in college and on a budget the SXT fit my budget. Still great performance out of the 5.7 Liter V6. Fun car, and definitely speaking to the eye. You won't be dissapointed. I can't speak to much to the reliability because I have only owned a month. If you go for the ACT you may want to do as I did and replace your head unit for a better entertainmenr experience. I like the fact that the challenger is for the most part easy to customize.