Dodge Challenger is a very efficient way of spending money on and receiving horsepower in return, and it seems that the story continues with the automaker's 2019 series.
If you want the same engine, but a bit more sporty, Challenger GT will set you back either $ 29,995 (RWD) or $ 32,995 (AWD). This model adds a hot shoe, a splitter, paddle shifters and cloth Houndstooth seats. It also boosts the suspension and gives the control a little more staple for a more engaging time on the road.
If a V8 is more your speed, consider the Challenger R / T, starting with $ 34,1
The second-last Challenger trim is SRT Hellcat, which relies on the same top-loaded 6.2 liter V8 as before, but the power is now 717 horsepower from 707. Available with either an automatic or manual gearbox, Hellcat starts at $ 58,650 (not including a $ 1700 gas guzzler tax). It's more than $ 5,000 cheaper than Hellcat used to be, which is nice to see. Both Scat Pack and Hellcat are available with a widebody kit that borrows some of its aesthetics from the now-released SRT Demon.
And then it's Redeye. The new Challenger Hellcat Redeye is absurd, releases 797 horsepower and 707 pound foot with torque. Only available with an eight-step automatic, this is the most expensive Challenger variant of $ 69,650 (does not count the $ 1,700 gas guzzler tax). 2019 The Challenger series starts production this autumn in Ontario, with deliveries starting in the fourth quarter of this year.