Is a chevy camaro or dodge challenger a good first car option ?

I have the choice of picking my 16th birthday and these are the 2 cars i absolutely love. If you say speed is the reason I shouldnt get it , I ensure you I m responsible and I dont want the car for speed . I just need to know the reliablility for these cars for to and from school & possibily a few longer

I have the choice of picking my 16th birthday and these are the 2 cars i absolutely love. If you say speed is the reason I shouldnt get it , I ensure you I m responsible and I dont want the car for speed . I just need to know the reliablility for these cars for to and from school & possibily a few longer distance travels from time to time bc my mom and dad live in different states . If you think these cars arent reliable enough can you give suggestions of cars that are & still has a muscle car look . thanks !!

Best Answer:

XTX: The Challenger will give you the best service and you will like the way it drives and handles === YOU owe it to yourself to go and Test Drive both and see which one has the best "" driver visibility "" [[[ sides and rear window and front windshield ]]] MY driving experience is over 55 years and if I were going out tomorrow to buy a new ride it would be a Chevy Tahoe — looks good — stylish interior — good visibility — low maintenance — very dependable — Buying a car you love is not a very good reason … getting a car that is dependable is a good reason

Other answer:

XTX:
They are both Sports cars and not very good if you have snow in the winters. You would need to add weight into the trunk to keep from slipping in snow. I suggest you get the Charger that comes in AWD. I think that car is more practical than the Camaro and Challenger.
Stardust:
No, sports cars/ muscle cars are not a good first car option. Bad in winter, bad gas mileage, needs repairs often, needs maintenance often, doesn't handle as well as other cars you could get. Get a more reliable car that's good on gas. Either your wallet will be thanking you or your parent's wallet.
Ianab:
You may consider yourself responsible and an experienced driver, but your insurance company WILL think otherwise. They have the actual accident figures for teenagers driving high powered sports cars.

Get yourself a more sensible, but still sporty, Japanese coupe to start with. Much more reliable, uses 1/2 the gas, and you should be able to get insurance to cover it.

AlCapone:
Neither is especially reliable, and if you buy used, you risk buying one that has been driven hard by a speed-obsessed kid who had no money to maintain it properly. Insurance rates will be extremely high for these cars with a 16 year-old as driver.
Scott:
They aren't considered reliable. They're american sportscars and they come with the usual maintenance requirements for american sportscars.

If you want reliable, get an Impreza or Honda Fit.

TheReal:
You're not getting either car, oh anonymous poster.

Move along folks, nothing to see here. Don't feed the trolls…

tatilendi:
It will be your last car because most likely you'll kill yourself.
Never:
NO.

Consider the yugotroll. Its my top recommendation for all anonymous trolls.

Ron:
" I ensure you I m responsible and I dont want the car for speed"

Bwahahahahahahaha!!!!!