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CarGurus Delivers Need-to-Know Details About 2017 Dodge Challenger

Are you on the hunt for a high-performance sports car for your next vehicular purchase? Well, if so, we here at Falls Motor City believe you might like to meet Dodge's, the 2017 Challenger.

How come?

CarGurus critic Cliff Atiyeh is here to provide you with some context; tag along with him in the clip below:

The Challenger's base engine, a 3.6-liter V6, is a brilliant bit of machinery.

Standard with the SXT model, the entry-level engine is rated at a robust 305 horsepower and 268 pound-feet of torque. Standard fare also includes an eight-speed automatic transmission…

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Reasons to Bring Your Vehicle to a Skilled Brake Technician Here at Our Dealership

Getting your vehicle to our service center on a regular basis can make all the difference in a minor repair or a costly brake emergency. Bringing the vehicle to our service center every six months for a tire rotation will allow our technicians to use their expertise to spot any potential trouble on your brake system. If you experience any of the following, get to the brake service center today:

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Dodge Vehicles Rank Highly in Total Quality Index

Car manufacturers do everything to give their customers the best experience as possible. Strategic Vision does an annual survey to measure the Total Quality Index of the new vehicles that drivers own; this survey allows drivers to rank experiences, both positive and negative, to get an overall quality score of the vehicle. Dodge came out with two vehicles winning their category:

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Dodge Provides Your New Street/Strip Muscle Car

The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is in a class of its own as a street/strip muscle car. It is the most powerful V8 engine available for a production vehicle ever, and has a 2.3-second zero to sixty time. It can do a quarter-mile run in 9.65 seconds, while maintaining a street legal status, and is actually banned by the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) to run on a NHRA track.

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