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1st Day Of Ownership And My 2018 Widebody Hellcat Challenger Already Broke!

1st Day Of Ownership And My 2018 Widebody Hellcat Already Broke! Who else has been having problems with their Hellcats?


53 thoughts on “1st Day Of Ownership And My 2018 Widebody Hellcat Challenger Already Broke!”


    1. Was gonna say the same thing. The bitch drives like a bat out of hell and this idiot is complaining about a backup camera? Kindly GTFO. You’re not a driver anyhow. Personally I would’ve chosen the 6spd instead of the auto also…

    1. Hahaha….too bad it won’t beat the GT350….and btw..the ZL1 is a Caddy CTSV not a Camaro…oh and the GT350 costs much less.

  1. Did you try to make a left or right turn in it? It is only good in straight line performance!

  2. A MOPAR owner should NOT make a video saying the car is broken when it’s not. Now all the MOPAR haters will make STUPID comments! Haters will hate!

    1. Any car any brand can break sometimes it can be a fluke that guy’s an idiot

  3. What is this home boy drug dealer advertising all the money he makes?

  4. Anything that goes out fast eventually will break or have problems does it make it poor quality these Mopars are build very well just a fact of life

  5. I feel bad for them. Don’t you feel bad for them?? No, I really don’t. More money than sense.

  6. Broke? Really? The camera’s not functioning, and you’re saying the $60k, 707HP race car is broken? Save yourself the trouble here, folks. Go to the next post.


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