2011 Dodge Challenger Rallye Review

Our staff member checks out the 2011 Dodge Challenger Rallye in his latest review!

The new Dodge Challenger is a car that celebrates the muscle car era in America. We were fortunate enough to drive a few of them over the course of the year. Back in January we drove a 2011 Challenger SRT8 392 out in California and we just recently test drove a 2011 Dodge Challenger RallyE, which confirmed once again that the Challenger is a truly special car.

Exterior
Our 2011 Dodge Challenger RallyE had a redline, three-coat, pearl exterior paint job with gray center racing stripes, which looked incredible together. There is no mistaking the 2011 Dodge Challenger on the road with its retro-modern styling. Also included on the Super Sport Group Challenger we drove were fog lamps, 20-inch x 8-inch aluminum chrome clad wheels, 245/45VR20 BSW all-season performance tires and a body color rear spoiler. Dodge improved on an already wonderful exterior by including dual-chromed exhaust tips in the lower rear fascia and a restyled trapezoidal front air dam. The larger opening helps keep any of the powerful engine options cool and adds a nod to the Challenger’s iconic past. A bright, racing-style fuel-filler door is also now standard.

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