The Dodge Challenger Outsold the Chevy Camaro Last Month

When you look at two of America’s most admired muscle cars — the Dodge Challenger and the Chevrolet Camaro — there are some key differences. The Camaro is more track-focused, especially in Z/28 spec. While the Dodge Challenger is more about straight line speed, especially in Hellcat guise. But the question of the year is: who’s selling more cars? Well if we’re going by March's figures, via TorqueNews, Dodge did, inching out the Chevy Camaro by 154 units. 6,110 Challengers sold vs 5,596 Camaros. RELATED: See Photos of the 707HP Dodge Challenger Hellcat If it sounds like a big deal, it kinda is. In its over 40 months on the market, the Challenger has never outsold the Mustang or Camaro. While the Mustang still reigns supreme — beating out the Challenger by 6,000 units in March — the Challenger is gaining some much-needed ground. Of course, while Dodge is working with new product, Chevy is still admirably pushing around the fifth-gem Camaro, waiting patiently for the reveal of the sixth-gen in the next few months. But with the Challenger’s array of options — R/T, Scat Pack, Hellcat — it’s pretty impressive the amount of cars the marque is starting to move. RELATED: See Photos of the 500HP Chevy Camaro Z/28 Let’s see what those numbers look like when Chevy puts the new Camaro on sale. RELATED: Watch the Challenger Hellcat, Camaro Z/28 and Mustang GT Battle It Out _____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide