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Old 12-10-2010, 01:53 AM   #1
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2011 Challenger 1 Ups Chevy and Ford in 1 Area For Sure

Nice big back seat for 3!

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Old 12-10-2010, 08:59 AM   #2
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It's always been a 5 person car, while the Camaro and Mustang are 4 person cars.
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Old 12-10-2010, 09:23 AM   #3
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4 person cars? are you kidding? hahaha
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Old 12-10-2010, 10:27 AM   #4
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By that I mean in reviews and stuff it always says the Challenger seats 5, while it says Mustangs and Camaros seat 4. I can count on one hand the number of times I've had 4 people in my car though.
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I have to disagree. I can pull both my seats on my Camaro all the way up and it will look like that. Look at the interior size and compare the 3 cars. VERY CLOSE.
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Old 12-10-2010, 11:01 AM   #6
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Old 12-10-2010, 11:06 AM   #7
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I have to disagree. I can pull both my seats on my Camaro all the way up and it will look like that. Look at the interior size and compare the 3 cars. VERY CLOSE.
After having been in the back seat of a Camaro and a Challenger, the Challenger's back seat has a lot more room. It's not that far off a Charger. It's a lot roomier up front as well.

Not a dig on the Camaro, the Challenger is just simply a bigger car.
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Old 12-10-2010, 11:14 AM   #8
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Not arguing that the Challenger has more room, it does, but it's really the foot room that makes the difference between the Camaro and Challenger. The Camaro backseat has a lot of room, except where you place your feet (and getting in and out, but all 2 door, 4 seat cars have that problem). Just look at the Camaro convertible picks and see how big that back seat looks.

Maybe GM can do something to back seat foot room in a future model year.
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Old 12-10-2010, 11:46 AM   #9
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Not arguing that the Challenger has more room, it does, but it's really the foot room that makes the difference between the Camaro and Challenger. The Camaro backseat has a lot of room, except where you place your feet (and getting in and out, but all 2 door, 4 seat cars have that problem). Just look at the Camaro convertible picks and see how big that back seat looks.

Maybe GM can do something to back seat foot room in a future model year.
If back seat comfort is important, why even consider buying a coupe?
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Old 12-10-2010, 11:56 AM   #10
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yup, dodge sure knows how to make ugly seats!

I agree about the room though!
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If back seat comfort is important, why even consider buying a coupe?
Different strokes for different folks man. And the selection of fun sedans in this price range sucks ass.
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Keep in my the challenger is built on the same platform as the charger. It has the same dimensions as the very comfortable 4 door. And IMO a much nicer interior as well as more room.
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Different strokes for different folks man. And the selection of fun sedans in this price range sucks ass.
There is no free lunch. You can't have a bigger car without sacrificing performance elements, unless price goes up. If you want more, pay more ... or don't complain that you lost out on something else. When I bought my coupe, I knew that I'd hardly ever have a 3rd passenger. And since I liked the styling better on the 2 door, thats what I decided to buy. But if there was going to be 3-4 people in the car on a regular basis I'd have gotten a sedan, or perhaps a larger car altogether. Why? Because sitting in the back seat of a coupe sucks. Space is compromised, they're difficult to get into and out of, the windows are usually fixed in place, they're harder to see out of ... all sorts of problems. I just can't imagine anyone who truly values the comfort of rear passengers ever seriously considering a coupe over a sedan.
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Old 12-10-2010, 02:37 PM   #14
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There is no free lunch. You can't have a bigger car without sacrificing performance elements, unless price goes up. If you want more, pay more ... or don't complain that you lost out on something else. When I bought my coupe, I knew that I'd hardly ever have a 3rd passenger. And since I liked the styling better on the 2 door, thats what I decided to buy. But if there was going to be 3-4 people in the car on a regular basis I'd have gotten a sedan, or perhaps a larger car altogether. Why? Because sitting in the back seat of a coupe sucks. Space is compromised, they're difficult to get into and out of, the windows are usually fixed in place, they're harder to see out of ... all sorts of problems. I just can't imagine anyone who truly values the comfort of rear passengers ever seriously considering a coupe over a sedan.
I ain't complaining. If a little extra space makes the difference for you and you like a 2dr. Well here ya go. It'd work fine for someone with teens where they very rarely go anywhere with you, and they're going to bitch about it anyway.
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