The 2010 Dodge Challenger is your typical retro-cool muscle car.

We think it's appropriate to mention that the 2023 model will be the final one we see of a genuine American pony car as we review the 2010 Dodge Challenger. 

Electric vehicles are replacing gasoline-powered vehicles in increasing numbers of automakers' lineups; this trend appears to have now gotten to the Challenger.

Records indicate that the term "Challenger" has always signified two things, though. 

It was the moniker given to the Coronet Silver Challenger when it originally appeared in 1959. It eventually came to be associated with one of Dodge's most popular lines.

For this mini-feature, we look at the 2010 edition of the Challenger and close with how much it costs today.

The 2010 Dodge Challenger Performs Nicely For A Muscle Car

Unexpectedly, the 2010 Challenger was offered in three trim levels that were created using engine specifications. 

The SE, R/T, and SRT8 were all available. The SE was the entry-level trim, while the SRT8 was the top-tier trim.

The SE trim's 3.5-liter V6 engine produced 250 horsepower and 250 lb-ft of torque. 

Only a five-speed automatic transmission was offered with it. This was an improvement over the previous model, which featured a four-speed.

The 5.7-liter V8 engine in the R/T model produced 372 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque. 

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