2015 Dodge Challenger Revealed

Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

Pricing for the entire 2015 model Dodge Challenger line up has been announced, so if you’re looking to own a new Challenger SRT Hellcat, the wait is over.

The Challenger SRT Hellcat is listed as $60,990 for the manual transmission and for those who opt for the TorqueFlite eight speed automatic, price gets bumped up to $62,585. The Challenger SRT Hellcat produces a tire shredding 707HP and an earth spinning 650lb-ft of torque from its 6.2 liter supercharged V8. The model also comes with a 7.0 inch multi view cluster standard and is also available with an 8.4 Uconnect touchscreen.

If the Challenger SRT Hellcat is too much beast than you need but still want an SRT model, you’re in luck. The 2015 Challenger SRT 392 is still available and starts out at $46,990 for the manual transmission and just like its Frankenstein brother the SRT Hellcat, the SRT 392 gets a price bump for the automatic to $47,390. Still powered by the 6.4 liter V8 HEMI, the SRT 392 gets a boost of 15HP  and 5lb-ft of torque over the previous models bringing it to 485HP and 475lb-ft of torque for 2015. Just like the SRT Hellcat, the SRT 392 get the same Viper styled hood with functional scoop, as well as the 20×9.5-inch “Slingshot” alloy wheels finished in hyper black and wrapped in 275/40ZR20-size Pirelli tires, six-piston Brembo brakes and two-piece vented and slotted rotors. SRT 392 models is also equipped with adaptive dampening suspension, color matched rear wing, launch control, 18-speaker 900-watt Harman Kardon sound system and other premium features from the Scat Pack.

Challenger R/T models start out at $32,490 with the manual. The R/T is equipped with the  5.7-liter HEMI V8 producing 375HP with 410lb-ft of torque and comes standard with a Tremec six-speed manual and 3.90 limited-slip rear end. The 2015 R/T Plus model includes 20-inch polished aluminum wheels, Nappa leather upholstery, heated steering wheel, Uconnect 8.4-inch screen with navigation capability, six-speaker Alpine audio system and a rearview camera with parking sensors. The R/T Plus option bumps the price by $2000 to $35,490.

Lastly the Challenger SXT is still equipped with the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 providing 305HP and 268lb-ft of torque starting at $27,990 with the standard automatic. The model gets 18-inch alloy wheels, dual exhaust, fabric cloth seats, 7.0-inch in-cluster (TFT display), Bluetooth, 5.0-inch central touchscreen, 60/40 split folding rear seats, and a few more bits. The Challenger SXT Plus starts at $30,990 and gives you projector fog lights, rear deck spoiler, rearview camera with parking sensors, Nappa leather interior, heated front seats, and the Uconnect 8.4-inch display. We now have seen what Ford and Dodge are bringing to the lineup for the pony car wars, your move Chevy, your move.

 

 

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