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Camaro Challenged by Dodge Challenger
The Dodge Challenger has taken over the number 2 position of the muscle car market. This drops Camaro down to third – barley. What is it about an 11-year-old platform that people just can’t get enough of – or are they? We are gonna break this all down.
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For me it’s plain and simple. The problem is advertising. Dodge has been drifting Challengers and Chargers for years. People now equate those cars with performance. Much like Lexus Audi and Mercedes. While those ads have cars drifting, Chevy has an ad with people flipping signs over saying they switched. No reason is given as to why. Why doesn’t Chevy have Dale Earnhardt Jr saying “some cars are made for actors, others for drivers” a snap back at the Fast and Furious dodge ads.