Oh yeah, you totally made the right swap. I certainly have fond memories of my muscle-car days (a long time ago now), but now I appreciate the characteristics of an EV lifestyle even more. Where revving up my engine in preparation for a fast take-off used to make my blood flow, now I get more of a kick out of taking off like a shot in near-total silence. While there was a certain pride in timing the delayed acceleration of an ICE just right for a perfect pass, it's now even better to have instant response when I need to accelerate. As you sit in stop-and-go traffic and others are burning gas to go nowhere, you'll know that you're only using energy when you actually move (plus just a little to stay comfortable). About a year and a half from now, it's going to dawn on you that the only maintenance you've done on your Volt is a single tire rotation (and that will have been free), and then you'll start adding up in your head all that you would have paid to maintain the Challenger. Add to your already substantial fuel savings, and to the fact that you're driving a great car with super technology that handles well and is really fun to drive, and you'll still be glad you made the change you did. Congratulations on your new Volt!