This is a true muscle car which does not handle as well as many modern day performance cars. Unfortunately, it is made by Fiat/Chrysler and just like many of their models - are a nightmare to own with many reliablity issues.
Engine problems, transmission problems, fuel system issues, drive system issues, brake concerns, paint and trim, body hardware, and in car electronics all have problems in the first three years of ownership. So buy with huge warnings. Not to mention, two recalls, one very dangerous. The first, is the automatic cruise control won't deactivate and could cause a crash (the opposite of crash prevention). The other, also dangerous, is when you put the car in park - it may not be in park, and it can crush the unaware driver who gets out of the car with the engine running.
My advice - steer clear. Get something else - anything else. The 2015 Chevy Camaro is relatively reliable, but the redesigned 2016 and 2017 are not. The Ford Mustang 2016 is the best year but even that year has some issues around the fuel system and climate controls. Other years need to be avoided.
Best bet but it is not a muscle car are the imports in this category. Many mention the Mazda Miata (very far cry from the muscle car you are interested in). The Subaru BRZ is another which is fairly reliable.
As Lectrofuel states on other responses, sedans are a better bet than the two door four seaters as there you can find a number of performance sedans that will hold up. When you move to that catagory you have the Mazda 6, Buick Regal and then the luxury cars which are far more expensive.
Essentially, hard to get a fun performance car that is very reliable. Going into that category means issues but if you are willing to compromise on the performance aspect to some degree, you can get a reilable car.