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Too bad they didn't do a full on test & review to determine 1-7. Still, interesting read. Pick your poison.

 
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I'm heading to the nearest dealer (Toledo, OH) this weekend to start talking to them about a spring purchase!
 

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That's great to hear. This will be the first new vehicle I've ever purchased so I want to get to know the dealer a bit before I do. Glad to hear they're good.
 

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It's a shame they had a dud for a Challenger. Although it would have only raised some numbers as it wasn't a riding comparison.
 

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From the article - "We should note here that the Challenger MO dynoed had significantly lower numbers and didn’t rev as high as those in other magazine’s tests. Indian tells us our tester was a “preproduction” unit, whose ECU cut the spark at 5000 rpm."

.....but we're going to publish a bunch of B.S. numbers anyway and call it a Spec Chart Comparison. Excellent work here :rolleyes:
 
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