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    Dodge Challenger is excellent pick for resale value


    In addition to being one of the most powerful and fun to drive cars offered by Dodge, the Dodge Challenger also has a lot going for it when it comes to more practical concerns such as resale value. Kelly Blue Book has ranked the Challenger second among all sports cars in 2014 for having the best resale values after 36 and 60 months.

    At 60.5 percent after three years and 50.3 percent after five years, the Challenger holds its value better than nearly any other car in its class. The Challenger differentiates itself by being a car that you can use both on the track, and during every day driving. With the fuel efficient, yet powerful Pentastar V6, the Dodge Challenger is very much a case of having your muscle car and getting to drive it too. Dealers like are also happy to have such strong numbers for the Challenger as well.

    Insider Car News also ranked the Dodge Challenger at the top of its list for the seven best cars you can get for your money in 2014, due to its incredible resale value, powerful engines, modern amenities and solid driving dynamics. With competitive pricing compared to the other modern muscle machines, getting a deal at a dealership such as is easy.

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