I've owned a lot of cars. Multiple mustangs (including a modded late model gt500), a c6 Corvette, modded ls1 Camaro, etc. I even have a mostly stock low mileage 89 5.0 mustang in my garage. My Challenger scat pack is my favorite of anything I have owned thus far. It gets just about everything right. Good power, excellent trans, nice smooth ride, full complement of luxo tech, spacious interior, huge trunk, massive attitude, great exhaust note. Ok so the massive rear corner blind spots suck and the side mirrors are tiny, but those are sacrifices made for the retro styling. The 6th gen Camaro was designed to be balls out the best budget sportscar gm could make. And they succeeded brilliantly. The Challenger is an ENTIRELY different car with different goals. It isn't a sportscar. It doesn't try to be the best handling thing on the road. It doesn't try to be light and nimble. It's a great daily driver, surprisingly practical (bigger trunk than most sedans), with a ton of old school character and attitide -- that's all it tries to be, and that's why it's great. If that's what you'd like in a car, buy one, and you won't regret it for a second.