The mid-1960s to early 1970s were the golden years of classic muscle cars. These cars had lots of horsepower but little in the way of handling or braking. However, things have changed, and muscle cars have evolved. Modern muscle cars are much better cars. They perform better, are easier to handle, and are more efficient. The Dodge Challenger is an excellent example of this new breed of muscle cars.

The Dodge Challenger is equipped with traction control, a feature that works in the background to prevent wheel slippage when driving on slippery roads. Traction control makes driving smoother and helps drivers stay in control of their cars in hazardous weather conditions. But, what’s a muscle car without power? Dodge allows you to pick your power. It all depends on your choice of key fobs. The Challenger’s black key fob is for everyday driving with up to 500 horsepower. Its red key fob unleashes the power of more than 700 horsepower. The power of choice is yours in a Challenger.

So be sure and stop by Rogersville Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram today and test drive a new Dodge Challenger. They’re not your Daddy’s muscle cars.


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