We take pride in doing our best to be loyal to our equally loyal fans, and we’re thankful that you guys have always stuck by us. We’re also proud that Polk has honored the Dodge Challenger with their “Automotive Loyalty Award,” but we shouldn’t really be too surprised.

It’s been three years since the Challenger came screaming into the market, and it’s been drawing customers since the beginning. The sports car segment is known for its rabid loyalty, and it says a lot that muscle-car lovers, both new and old, are choosing the Challenger.

And why not? Even the base Challenger is delivering on its bold visual muscle-car styling with a new lighter aluminum 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 that cranks out 305 horsepower. That’s 55 more horsepower than last year’s model. We’ve also improved the braking and suspension changes for even greater handling.

With the great styling, upgraded powertrain and improved handling, the 2011 Dodge Challenger also has some great performance-driven exterior enhancements. Larger 18-inch aluminum wheels which now come standard on the Challenger and give it a more athletic stance with wider tires. The Dodge Challenger SE with the new Rallye package offers the all-new Super Sport Group, which provides new five-spoke 20 x 8-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels and even wider low-profile tires. And for those of you who’ve been bitten by the nostalgia bug, Challenger’s iconic bright racing-style fuel-filler door and dual chromed exhaust tips are now standard on all models.

We’ve also hit the Challenger with an awesome interior upgrade. We’ve added new precision steering, a new steering wheel with a fistful of great features and redesigned the seats to be more comfortable with a great premium feel.

So you see, it isn’t by chance that this happened. We care about the product we put out there.

Courtesy of RedLetterDodge

1 thought on “Dodge Challenger Wins Automobile Loyalty Award

  1. The Challenger is an AWESOME car!! But for the life of me I can’t understand why Dodge does not make a convertible out of this thing.

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