I will be in the Market soon for a new car and am going to buy a Challenger. I always liked the classics and have been in love with the new design since they came out. I was originally just going to get a slightly used R/T model but my financial situation has improved so I think I can get something a step up as I am infatuated with the 6.4L engine. Here are the options that I have been looking at and the top of what I can afford. 2015 SRT 392 w/ approx. 35000-45000 miles 2016-2017 Scat Pack 392 w/ approx. 22000-32000 miles (possibly a shaker if I can find one) 2019 R/T (5.7L) New (possibly shaker if I can find one) I have done the homework and understand the differences. In short - SRT has a better suspension and brakes than the Scat pack. Both have a large engine that the R/T. I can't afford a new Scat Pack or SRT, not interested in the V6, above are the models I'm looking at. More miles and more performance or less miles/new and less performance. I know I'm going to love any of those choice but am really liking the 6.4L. The car will be replacing a 2007 Altima SE (3.5L) and will be used for a short commute, I drive about 3 miles to public transportation, and then recreation use (fun on the weekends). Whether I would ever hit the track it TBD. (If I got the SRT I think I would be doing the car a disservice by not going to the race track every once in a while. And yes, I have raced on a track before, not in my car though). Anyone have any thoughts on which, and why? The thought of an SRT is exciting but I also like the thought of a branch new car.