5 American Muscle Cars to Blow Your Refund On

In the market for a hot new ride? Here are some:

So you got your tax refund and if you are like most Americans you probably received a little under $3,000, according to one website. The question now becomes, what to spend it on? If you are thinking of getting some new wheels here is a list from autos.aol.com of all-American, suped-up cars that will give the economy, as well as your morning commute, a boost.

2013 Dodge Challenger

This modern American muscle car will go 0 to 60 in 6.8 seconds. It features five passenger seating and gets 18 city and 27 highway miles per gallon. The price: between $23,070 and $27,949. This car is available at Town & County Jeep Chrysler Dodge in Levittown.

2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Enjoy some off-roading adventures in this four-door, 5-seat vehicle, which gets 16 city and 21 highway miles per gallon. The price: between $27,993 and $31,024. This car is available at Jeep Are US in Oakdale.

2014 Ford Mustang

This classic American car with a retro-spin will go 0 to 60 in 5.9 seconds and features seating for four. The car, which runs between $19,329 and $21,746, gets 19 city and 29 highway miles per gallon. It is available at Levittown Ford.

2013 Chevrolet Camaro

Modeled after the 1969 classic Camaro, this 2013 version goes 0 to 60 in 6 seconds and features four passenger seating. It gets 17 city and 28 highway miles per gallon and runs between $23,757 and $24,568. It is available at Robert Chevrolet in Hicksville.

2013 Chevrolet Corvette

This 2-seat classic with 60th anniversary features will go 0 to 60 in 4.4 seconds and will get 16 city and 26 highway miles per gallon. The cost: between $44,336 and $111,600. It is available Robert Chevrolet in Hicksville.

Patch wants to know: Which car will you use your tax refund on?

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