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Old 03-28-2011, 10:01 PM   #1
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Lightbulb 2010 Camaro 2SS VS Dodge Challenger SRT-8

This is my comparison of the these two amazing cars.... This is all my opinion with many facts tangled in...I will explain why I had the camaro SS for two months and traded it in for the 2010 Challenger SRT-8 in B5 Blue.

Initially when I got in the market to buy a car... I wanted a challenger SRT-8. Just like many other consumers, I tried to grow my attraction to the Camaro because it was more affordable, more economical, and a beast of a car within itself... I purchased this car new on January 3, 2011 and I was...SEMI-Happy. I haggled my way to a great deal on the car, $29,800, it was Inferno Organge Metallic, Orange seats, every single option except sunroof and I opted for the L99 (automatic) engine (I don't like to work and drive at the same time MANUAL ) After a couple weeks things started driving me nuts about this car.. The limited visibility, the backseat if you want to call it that, the quiet exhaust, the wind noise like my window was cracked, the single disc CD player, and overall I just wasnt pleased...I wanted to be blown away. SOOOOOOO, I started the search for a 2010 Challenger SRT-8. I found one at a local dealership, got the financing secured and now I'm happy as can be! I lovvvvveeeddddd my camaro, but we all know there's a difference when you love a girl and you're in love with her... and this girl...(2010 Challenger SRT8) I'm in love with her. These are the reasons that I chose the Challenger opposed to the Camaro.


2010 Camaro 2SS Specs

L99 engine 400 HP (automatic)
NO disc changer
NO navigation (but onstar)
Pitiful back seat (yes I know its not a sedan)
Awesome color (IOM)
Ipod
USB
Chevrolet service
On star
Digital Gauges
Bluetooth
Limited Storage (glove box, console, side pockets)
Low stance
Limited Headroom (6foot tall)
Rough Ride
Brembo Brakes

and these are the 2010 Challenger SRT-8 specs that won me over
425 HP HEMI engine
NO disc changer but 32 GIG Hard Drive to save CDS, pics, and media
Navigation!
Spacious back seat (almost as big as my Dodge Charger R/T)
Another AWESOME COLOR
Ipod
USB
...Dodge Service:(
NO onstar
Retro Gauges
Bluetooth/ Uconnect
Lots of Storage compartments
Tall Stance! (No bending down to get in and at least a foot of head room)
Ride is almost equivalent to a luxury car!
Brembo Brakes

Things that you probably are thinking....yes it's a bigger car, yes it weighs more, yes it's a couple .10's of a second slower in the 0-60 test, yes the clusters aren't as RETRO, yes it's more expensive, yes the EPA is a little worst (22MPG Highway) and yes it's a Dodge........

....IF all of that wasn't enough, the Challenger SRT8 a BEAST! The only thing in the same price range in my opinion that's better is the 2011 Challenger SRT8 which is equipped with the new HEMI of 475 HP

Overall both cars are awesome! Just make your choice wisely...There's a reason why the Challenger SRT8 is more expensive. I paid 29k for my brand new Camaro 2SS L99 and I paid 35k for my used 2010 Challenger SRT8 with 9k miles on it...IN MY OPINION, BEST DEAL AND DECISION I COULD OF EVER MADE!!!!!!!!!!






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Old 03-28-2011, 10:07 PM   #2
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This is my comparison of the these two amazing cars.... This is all my opinion with many facts tangled in...I will explain why I had the camaro SS for two months and traded it in for the 2010 Challenger SRT-8 in B5 Blue.

Initially when I got in the market to buy a car... I wanted a challenger SRT-8. Just like many other consumers, I tried to grow my attraction to the Camaro because it was more affordable, more economical, and a beast of a car within itself... I purchased this car new on January 3, 2011 and I was...SEMI-Happy. I haggled my way to a great deal on the car, $29,800, it was Inferno Organge Metallic, Orange seats, every single option except sunroof and I opted for the L99 (automatic) engine (I don't like to work and drive at the same time MANUAL ) After a couple weeks things started driving me nuts about this car.. The limited visibility, the backseat if you want to call it that, the quiet exhaust, the wind noise like my window was cracked, the single disc CD player, and overall I just wasnt pleased...I wanted to be blown away. SOOOOOOO, I started the search for a 2010 Challenger SRT-8. I found one at a local dealership, got the financing secured and now I'm happy as can be! I lovvvvveeeddddd my camaro, but we all know there's a difference when you love a girl and you're in love with her... and this girl...(2010 Challenger SRT8) I'm in love with her. These are the reasons that I chose the Challenger opposed to the Camaro.


2010 Camaro 2SS Specs

L99 engine 400 HP (automatic)
NO disc changer
NO navigation (but onstar)
Pitiful back seat (yes I know its not a sedan)
Awesome color (IOM)
Ipod
USB
Chevrolet service
On star
Digital Gauges
Bluetooth
Limited Storage (glove box, console, side pockets)
Low stance
Limited Headroom (6foot tall)
Rough Ride
Brembo Brakes

and these are the 2010 Challenger SRT-8 specs that won me over
425 HP HEMI engine
NO disc changer but 32 GIG Hard Drive to save CDS, pics, and media
Navigation!
Spacious back seat (almost as big as my Dodge Charger R/T)
Another AWESOME COLOR
Ipod
USB
...Dodge Service:(
NO onstar
Retro Gauges
Bluetooth/ Uconnect
Lots of Storage compartments
Tall Stance! (No bending down to get in and at least a foot of head room)
Ride is almost equivalent to a luxury car!
Brembo Brakes

Things that you probably are thinking....yes it's a bigger car, yes it weighs more, yes it's a couple .10's of a second slower in the 0-60 test, yes the clusters aren't as RETRO, yes it's more expensive, yes the EPA is a little worst (22MPG Highway) and yes it's a Dodge........

....IF all of that wasn't enough, the Challenger SRT8 a BEAST! The only thing in the same price range in my opinion that's better is the 2011 Challenger SRT8 which is equipped with the new HEMI of 475 HP

Overall both cars are awesome! Just make your choice wisely...There's a reason why the Challenger SRT8 is more expensive. I paid 29k for my brand new Camaro 2SS L99 and I paid 35k for my used 2010 Challenger SRT8 with 9k miles on it...IN MY OPINION, BEST DEAL AND DECISION I COULD OF EVER MADE!!!!!!!!!!







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Well if you know anybody else that feels the same as you. Let me know I am selling my 2008 SRT8 Challenger #5440 of 6400. Love the car just "in love" with my Camaro.
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30K for a 2SSRS L99?? dam it has gone dont 7k already

Thats def not a best deal economically you could of gotten alot more out of a camaro for
6000$!!!

I dont want to bash but that money could of gotten you everything you listed, besides maybe more visibility

Haha im 6'2 and i only have problems when i got my mohawk going on aha, hope you know the seat can go up/down inches
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The Challengers are nice...but I don't really see the point personally...

Performance - the Chally loses what advantage it has in HP by how much it weighs

Size - the Camaro was designed to be a modern version of the 69, the Chally was a direct copy on a new frame/motor

Interior - Everything in the Challenger is/was available in about 3-4 vehicles in the Dodge lineup (Magnum, Charger, 300, and of course the Ram) Sure there are some minor differences in the Ram, but in the LX cars, it's all identical.

Chassis - modified/shortened LX frame (LY platform) - still weighs a ton

Motor - Probably one of the better HP motors in a long time, but the fuel economy is crap

Ultimately, if your happy, I wish you the very best of luck with it....Still, other than the viewing area of the Camaro, I think you actually took the back end of the deal...and you would have been better off finding an SRT-8 Jeep, as it is faster than the Chally/Camaro and still offer somewhat similar mileage...

I like the Challenger and I've driven both the R/T and SRT-8 in 2009 and 2010 models... I wouldn't buy one, but to each their own

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I could understand the newer one with 475 HP but the 2010?

And no most consumers didnt try to "grow" their attraction to the Camaro. If anything we scratched our heads wondering why the Challenger costs so much more, and it still doesnt make sense.
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Let's just say Haggling and research helps...always buy a car before the model yr ends or when it begins....(late Dec or Early Jan) that's when the dealerships are completely motivated to do any deal to get rid of the previous year (2010's) to make room for the new year (2011's ) it's worked everytime!
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The Challengers are nice...but I don't really see the point personally...

Performance - the Chally loses what advantage it has in HP by how much it weighs

Size - the Camaro was designed to be a modern version of the 69, the Chally was a direct copy on a new frame/motor

Interior - Everything in the Challenger is/was available in about 3-4 vehicles in the Dodge lineup (Magnum, Charger, 300, and of course the Ram) Sure there are some minor differences in the Ram, but in the LX cars, it's all identical.

Chassis - modified/shortened LX frame (LY platform) - still weighs a ton

Motor - Probably one of the better HP motors in a long time, but the fuel economy is crap

Ultimately, if your happy, I wish you the very best of luck with it....Still, other than the viewing area of the Camaro, I think you actually took the back end of the deal...and you would have been better off finding an SRT-8 Jeep, as it is faster than the Chally/Camaro and still offer somewhat similar mileage...

I like the Challenger and I've driven both the R/T and SRT-8 in 2009 and 2010 models... I wouldn't buy one, but to each their own

You can check out challengertalk, lxforums, and dodgechallenger.com
I understand the weight difference...but....Mine will never be on a drag strip. The fuel economy of the Chally is 22MPG on the auto, the MPG of the Camaro is 25MPG (highway on both) ...i didn't buy either for fuel economy. The SRT-8 back seat doesn't fit a grown man... you have to sit sideways. It's not faster...just quicker due to the different ratios..it's the quickest SRT8 and the gas mileage is the worst at 18 MPG Highway. Like you said to each its own... Everyone has their motives...and I'm not disrespecting anyone's for buying a Camaro SS. This is just my view.
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So you traded great quality, service and reliability for...a Dodge?

Not a choice I would make, but if it makes you happy, I sincerely wish you all the best!
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I could understand the newer one with 475 HP but the 2010?

And no most consumers didnt try to "grow" their attraction to the Camaro. If anything we scratched our heads wondering why the Challenger costs so much more, and it still doesnt make sense.
In my opinion it's a better built car...The Engine has a proven track history of Amazing performance, especially after mods change the canned BEAST, and when you compare the amount of 2010 Camaro 2SS for sale to 2010 Dodge Challenger SRT8 for sale...the Camaros are a dime a dozen. Again..everyone supports their decisions with their own reasoning. There couldn't be a less biased comparison than this...I'VE OWNED BOTH!
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It's not faster...just quicker due to the different ratios..it's the quickest SRT8 and the gas mileage is the worst at 18 MPG Highway. Like you said to each its own... Everyone has their motives...and I'm not disrespecting anyone's for buying a Camaro SS. This is just my view.

The SRT-8 Jeep is the fastest SRT badged vehicle not named Viper....and it's got a sub 5 second 0-60....and a 1/4 mile that even the Corvette would be proud of..
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In my opinion it's a better built car...The Engine has a proven track history of Amazing performance, especially after mods change the canned BEAST, and when you compare the amount of 2010 Camaro 2SS for sale to 2010 Dodge Challenger SRT8 for sale...the Camaros are a dime a dozen. Again..everyone supports their decisions with their own reasoning. There couldn't be a less biased comparison than this...I'VE OWNED BOTH!
Again, going to disagree.... the Challenger has been out longer, and it wasn't a high demand model. The Camaro on the other hand is, and most of the used models are from people who traded up for the HUD unit built 2011's or wanted the Vert's when they came available.

The early model Challengers suffered the same fate, and many will again now that the 475 hp 6.4L powered Chally's are arriving...

I spent about 5 years as an admin and a mod for a few Dodge sites, and the Hemi while nice, is still peanuts compared to the LS series motors.....and no, it's not a true Hemi either....
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Wow, you put almost 500 miles a week on it.
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In my opinion it's a better built car...The Engine has a proven track history of Amazing performance, especially after mods change the canned BEAST, and when you compare the amount of 2010 Camaro 2SS for sale to 2010 Dodge Challenger SRT8 for sale...the Camaros are a dime a dozen. Again..everyone supports their decisions with their own reasoning. There couldn't be a less biased comparison than this...I'VE OWNED BOTH!
How is it a better built car?
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So you traded great quality, service and reliability for...a Dodge?

Not a choice I would make, but if it makes you happy, I sincerely wish you all the best!
Thanks...there's more Chevy dealers than dodge dealers here in STL, I would say I was happier with the Chevy dealers but I had a dodge Charger R/T 2008 and drove it from new to 55k miles and didn't have any major problems. AS far as quality I think dodge surpasses, service chevy is better, reliability I would say equal, but I made sure to get an awesome warranty just in case..
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How is it a better built car?
I'm guessing here, but the reality is he bought a coupe based on a sedan platform. The Challenger is literally like 8 inches shorter than the Charger sedan.

The chassis is quite heavy, so it reduces the typical "sports car" feel to a more refined Buick like ride. It's also roomier, so it feels better while driving. Most of all, I'd wager he didnt like the suspension of the Camaro.

Almost 80% of the Challenger is found in the 300/Charger/Magnum vehicles, about the only thing really different is the transmissions (manuals) and the body parts. There are more parts of course, but most of its external, not internal.
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LOL at the dealer selling your old car for $5k more than you bought it new. Did they remove the splash guards, premium floor mats and polished wheels?

Wow, you put almost 500 miles a week on it.
Trust me I enjoyed it before getting rid of it! ROADTRIPS! and the dealership is trying to make a nice chunk of change....someone dumb will buy it...lol
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It's your money, so you're free to do with it as you please.

I hope you enjoy your SRT8!
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I'm guessing here, but the reality is he bought a coupe based on a sedan platform. The Challenger is literally like 8 inches shorter than the Charger sedan.

The chassis is quite heavy, so it reduces the typical "sports car" feel to a more refined Buick like ride. It's also roomier, so it feels better while driving. Most of all, I'd wager he didnt like the suspension of the Camaro.

Almost 80% of the Challenger is found in the 300/Charger/Magnum vehicles, about the only thing really different is the transmissions (manuals) and the body parts. There are more parts of course, but most of its external, not internal.
I would agree with all of that sir. The only thing I would add is that the Challenger seats feel like a Lazy boy chair and my camaro seats were quite uncomfortable. Better built... I would say yes! I got tired of bending down to get in, hitting my head on the ceiling, hearing road winds as I drove with the windows up, the crappy CD player and I also spoke to a friend who is a service advisor at Dodge and previously at Chevy...less claims of problems.
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I have a 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8 that I am trying to sell so I can get a Camaro 2SS, too bad we didn't know each other we could have made a swap
I only have 14,000 miles on it and it is loaded with everything except the sub wolfer in the trunk, and is in immaculate condition...............................
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What's with all the people that like to come on here just to say they traded there terrible camaro in on a Challenger or Mustang. Frankly who cares. Now go and enjoy it and stop trying to make yourself believe you made the right choice by coming on here and telling us all just how the camaro sucks and the challenger is much better.

Really, unless someone is really hell bent on the looks of the challenger It makes no sense to buy one over a camaro or a mustang for that matter. They are both far superior cars in every right and cost less when you consider that you have to buy an SRT-8 to even try to compete with either one.
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