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    Anyone here have one? 370 hp hemi that runs on 87 or 89 octane. Considering downsizing from 2 vehicles and based on youtube reviews and general comments it seems like a pretty decent daily driver for a V8 fan. Don't want or need scat pack level power. I wasn't huge fan of the earlier models, but the newer chargers look much better imo. Could be the C19 used car shortage, but haven't been able to find many 2015+ R/T's for sale Alberta wide to test drive.

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    2015? Do Chrysler products last that long?
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    fact.

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    I hope you have a boating license.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    2015? Do Chrysler products last that long?
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    It's a Chrysler, it won't last long enough to depreciate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pauly Boy View Post
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    I might have to update my signature
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    You going from an Accord 6-6 to a very fast boat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twin_Cam_Turbo View Post
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    I hope you have a boating license.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyHockey13 View Post
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    You going from an Accord 6-6 to a very fast boat?
    4300lb and 370hp (less at Calgary elevation), I'd say calling "very fast" is very generous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hallowed_point View Post
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    Anyone here have one? 370 hp hemi that runs on 87 or 89 octane. Considering downsizing from 2 vehicles and based on youtube reviews and general comments it seems like a pretty decent daily driver for a V8 fan. Don't want or need scat pack level power. I wasn't huge fan of the earlier models, but the newer chargers look much better imo. Could be the C19 used car shortage, but haven't been able to find many 2015+ R/T's for sale Alberta wide to test drive.
    Everyone I know who went to the SRT8 did not regret it... don't know if they also have the same cam tick/lifter issues as the 5.7 and the ZF auto is the transmission you want

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    LX Chryslers are fun, cheap boats. Parts are cheap too. The R/Ts aren't crazy fast but are still fun to drive. Get the 8-speed. Stock suspension is pretty soft but lots of aftermarket options if you want to stiffen it up.

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    I think it really depends what you are using it for and what you prioritize. I agree the exterior refresh makes it look much better. Inside is nicer too - though still not at the level of competitors. This is a BIG and heavy car which cruises nice and compliant, and handles ok all things considered. Stable on the highway. Fuel mileage is generally terrible in city driving, not too bad on the highway. 8 speeds helps a lot.

    I don't know enough to comment on quality, but I believe these are generally pretty reliable, and as mentioned, parts are cheap.

    My buddy has the v6, and while underpowered its a decent car and he absolutely loves it.

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