The arch rival to the Ford Mustang remains the Chevrolet Camaro, a model that's been boosting its popularity ever since its return to the market in 2010.
An all-new version of the Camaro is in the works for 2016, and we can hope that Chevy changes its main drawback—weird interior packaging, and an utter lack of headroom for taller drivers and passengers.
The Dodge Challenger has the same scope and reach as the domestics, with everything from V-6 to 707-hp Hellcat SRT editions.
It's just a little more hefty and less handling-oriented, a metric that's become a real talking point in these cars despite their checkered-flag past.
The Hyundai Genesis Coupe drops its four this year and is now V-6 only; it's a capable performer, but missing the decades of heritage that draws the nostalgia crowd.
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|2016 Ford MustangBrowse Used Listings||2016 Chevrolet CamaroBrowse Used Listings||2016 Dodge ChallengerBrowse Used Listings|
|14 MPG City / 31 MPG Hwy||16 MPG City / 30 MPG Hwy||13 MPG City / 30 MPG Hwy|
|Regular Unleaded V-6||Gas I4||Regular Unleaded V-6|
|Subcompact Cars||Compact||Mid-Size Cars|
|2-Door Fastback V6||2-Door Coupe 1LT||2-Door Coupe SXT|
|Rear Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Manual w/OD||Manual||Automatic w/OD|
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|2016 Ford Mustang vs. 2016 Chevrolet Camaro||2016 Ford Mustang vs. 2016 Dodge Challenger|