Most dealerships suck as stated above, so don't let that sway your decision. Here are the problems I've had on my 2010 R/T (traded in) and 2015 Scat Pack thus far: 2010 R/T 1.) Bad O2 sensor at 11,000 miles - fixed under warranty 2.) Bad water pump at 65,000 miles - fixed under warranty 3.) Rust bubbles forming in front of rear tire near rocker panel - not eligible for repair under warranty, ended up trading it in shortly after that (my car was driven in rain/snow/salt, etc). Typically $3-4K to fix out of pocket from what I've seen on here 2015 Scat Pack 1.) Dual heat control not functioning properly - fixed itself somehow, not taken to dealer yet That's it. Can't really complain. Those are all minor issues outside of the rust issue which is typically correlated with folks who drive in the snow/salt/colder areas. My 2010 R/T was a 6 speed stick. Very fun to drive! My 2015 Scat Pack is an 8 speed auto. Very fun to drive! Can't go wrong with either transmission really. The 8 speed shifts awesome in Sport Mode and saves fuel around town in Default mode. It's lightning fast! The 6 speed stick really gives you a connection to the car, fun to row the gears. Just depends on what kind of experience you want out of the car regarding the transmission, both are great IMO. If you can seriously get a loaded R/T out the door for $30-31K then we shouldn't even be talking to you right now, you should be at the dealership signing some paperwork!