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Big and imposing
The Challenger is imposing in a way few cars are these days, and that's partly because it's very big for a coupe -- it's nearly as long as a Chevrolet Tahoe. When the Challenger roamed U.S. streets decades ago, most cars on the road were big. Its size is more apparent today, in part because there aren't as many yacht-like cars on the road, especially ones with two doors.
The Challenger's size is also evident when you get behind the wheel; you get the feeling you're taking up the entire width of whatever lane you're in. The hood stretches way out in front of you, and it initially takes a little faith when nosing into tight spots, as the corners of the hood look closer to barriers than they really are.
That's not to say the Challenger is a beast to drive, because it isn't. If you already drive a larger car, it probably won't take long to get familiar with where the corners are. If all you've known are small cars, though, the Challenger will take some getting used