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US/Canada split for Mopar 10 Challenger

by David Zatz on

The Mopar 10 Challenger split between the United States and Canada will reflect Canadians’ greater Mopar-loyalty. A full one hundred of the special cars will go to Canadians, while 400 will go to the United States.

While there are nearly nine times as many U.S. citizens as Canadian citizens, Chrysler’s retail and fleet market share in Canada are both far higher than its share in the U.S. Canadians have kept Chrysler minivans among the top sellers in the country for years (they were, indeed, the #1 seller for many years) and the Dodge Journey is the country’s best selling crossover.

The Mopar ’10 Challenger is the first in what appears to be a series of customized cars, adding both “show” and “go.” It will be the first Challenger to show off Mopar’s upcoming functional hood scoop and cold air intake.

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