I know that "reliability" has been an issue with Chrysler products in the past (I did a lot of research using Consumer Reports). The Challenger did make it on their "Recommended List" for 2015. Only time will really tell, but I think that is a good indicator.
OK. My Chrysler experience is two-fold: 1) We bought a new 2002 Chrysler T&C minivan that was a total POS for 12 years. Thank heaven for its 100K mile warranty.
We finally traded it in on a 2014 Outback and were offered whopping $1250 trade-in. 2) Before I bought my 2012 Mustang V6, I test drove the 2012 Challenger V6. It was no comparison to the Stang. I took it around the block for a very short test drive and told the salesman "thanks but no thanks".
Back then I had crappy auto insurance that seriously penalized the V8 muscle cars. That's why I bought the V6. My impressions might have been different had I tested the V8 Challenger.
BTW your interior is gorgeous! I can smell it just by looking at it....