pretty bad
Typical Repair Cost:
Average Mileage:
11,800 miles
Total Complaints:
2 complaints

Most common solutions:

  1. new engine (1 reports)
  2. not sure (1 reports)
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problem #2

Feb 012014

Challenger Limited 3.2L V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 6,214 miles

Good day all,

During February I went thru rain water on the Highway and the car engine stopped working and the air filter sucks the water into the engine and the engine break down the dealer in Saudi Arabia refused to fix my car under warranty I tried to explain that there must be a sensor between the engine and the air filter to suck air to cool the engine and not water they asked me to pay around 5000 to 10000 USD to fix the engine I manage to fix it for 2000 USD I have a car in the court to replace the car or to pay me my expenses the air filter is sucking air near the left front tier in a very low position I told the dealer that it is a manufacturer's fault not to have a sensor to make a deference between air or water

- Saeed D., Dhdhran, Eastern, Saudi Arabia

problem #1

Jun 072013


  • Automatic transmission
  • 17,328 miles

I have a 2013, Dodge Challenger. On the 6-7-13, the car was being driven down the street, it stop in the middle of a rain storm and had to be towed to a Dodge Dealer with water in the motor.. I have had to put a new battery, and starter on this car within six months of having the car. This car is giving my son a lot of problems before it stopped in the rain storm. I can not understand how driving down the street in the rain, water can go into the motor. Then the car just stop. Had to be towed. Then wants to charge me $10,000.00 to $15,000.00 for a new motor. I know this car is design to with stand Rainy days.

- Jo T., Warren, AR, US