Dodge Challenger vs Ford Mustang vs Chevrolet Camaro: Muscle Wars

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And let the battle of muscle cars begin.

How are you able to tell who should be bringing home the title of “Best Muscle Car” when they’re all equally great?! The Dodge Challenger, for starters, is powered by a 3.6L, regular unleaded V6, and it’s good to know that it has amazing handling and control features with its electronic stability, front short and long arm suspension, as well as an independent multi-link rear suspension (just to name a few).

As for the Ford Mustang, it actually comes in 3 different trim levels: two premium engines and a regular gas version with 5.0-litre V8, 2.3-litre I4 as well as a 3.7-litre V6 respectively. And it’s got an independent rear suspension, a front strut suspension, gas-pressurized front and rear shocks, and an ABS & driveline traction control. Of course, these are just some of the notable specs that the car is equipped with.

Lastly, we’ve got the much-loved Chevrolet Camaro that actually comes with 5 different engine levels. There’s four premium ones: 6.2-litre V8, 7.0-litre V8, and two 6.2-litre V8 that produces different amounts of horsepower. While the remaining one would be the 3.6-litre V6 that’s a regular gas version. In terms of handling and control, it’s got an ABS & driveline traction control like the Mustang too, but the Camaro comes with a cool feature that’s called the StabiliTrak electronic stability.

Now that we’ve mentioned several of the most notable specs present in these muscle cars, which do you think that actually knocks down the other?

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