By Patrick Rall
We have been so focused on the Hellcat Hemi and the striking design of the 2015 Dodge Charger that we haven’t had much of a chance to discuss the changes made to the refreshed 2015 Dodge Challenger. While it was almost expected that the Challenger was due for a more significant facelift, the exterior changes were pretty much limited to the grille and the taillights. Of course, there is the new Scat Pack trimline with the 392 Hemi and the introduction of the Shaker hood on a full production basis, but overall the changes made to the 2015 Challenger are fairly minimal.
With that in mind, we ask you our question of the week – Do you like the changes made to the 2015 Dodge Challenger?
I personally love the look of the 2015 Challenger across the front and the rear, but after so little change since the Challenger was introduced for the 2008 model year, I really expected something more extensive when the new models were introduced. Im not disappointed by the look of the 2015 Challenger and if anything, I would say that I am surprised by how much of a difference the minor changes made – but I know that there are Mopar lovers out there who believe that the changes should have been more elaborate.