Watch the above video of Regular Car Reviews' take on the Dodge Challenger SRT8. Notice how the car will not, cannot fit into any kind of modern view on what kind of car it should be.
Unless you're driving a Bugatti or other supercar, your chances of outrunning the Texas Department of Public Safety's latest highway patrol car are slim-to-none. Not only is itbased on the fastest SRT8 Challenger that Dodge sells, it's also been modified. Did I mention it was donated by Buffalo Bills DE Mario Wlliams…
Ventriloquist Jeff Dunham is a Mopar fan and he's famous, so Dodge went and helped him build a custom Challenger. He decided to document the whole thing in a couple of webisodes and do some burnouts too.
While its big brother the Charger has always been at home in Nascar country, the Challenger lives out west. Would you take one on the ultimate Western road trip?
Chrysler is reviving its classic Super Bee and Yellow Jacket monickers at next week's LA Auto Show. Based on the Charger SRT8 and Challenger SRT8 respectively, both cars get a fresh coat of "P***y Magnet" yellow paint, and a slew of badges and similarly-colored interior bits n' pieces.
An interesting thing about driving all the SRT behemoths together is that you can tell which one's the least, er, behemothy. The 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392's wheelbase is four inches shorter than the Charger's and 300C's, which translates — using the butt-o-meter — into quicker rotations. Indeed, the Challenger…
GRiP Magazine decided to test three cars (Challenger SRT8, Techart Magnum, MTM TT-RS) against a Schnitzer-tuned BMW 123d police car by robbing a bank three times. We're certain this is fake, but you never know mit ze Germans.
Thanks to a craptastically-configured auction, a member of the ChallengerTalk forums snagged a steal-of-a-deal on a usually-goes-for-$45K Dodge Challenger SRT8 for just $29,100. Now the Signal Hill, CA car dealer's trying to back out of the deal.
When a wayward husband informed his wife their marriage was over and he had a sweet new Asian girlfriend to match a sweet new Challenger, his wife flipped out, smashing almost every panel on the car with a carpenter's hammer.
The U.S. Air Force has used your tax dollars to commission two highly-customized Planelopnik-infused muscle cars complete with radar-absorbing paint, proximity sensors and targeting cameras for its recruitment program. When do we get a turn at the stick?