2015 Dodge Challenger Lineup and Prices
Introducing The Unexpected Star Of The 2015 Dodge Line-Up
Updated September 25, 2018
The Dodge Challenger, which has been revamped for 2015, is now available in the United States with a manufactured retail price of $ 27,000. For this amount of money, you do not get a Hemi V8, rather you get a Pentastar V6 305 hp. This is probably a price tag is a great entry level for anyone wanting to step into the beautiful piece of american muscle known as the Dodge Challenger. However, if you want to go balls to the wall it is also less than half the power of the best version, the SRT hellcat, which has over 707 hp and a massive 650 Lb-Ft of torque, it starts at a massive value of $ 60,000.
There are a few in-line models, if you do not need to go for the 11.2 second quarter miles all through the day, or if you feel that 305 hp and only six cylinders is a bit shabby, then you could go for the next version. This is just the range you can select from of this modern muscle among the many in between which has a price point for almost everyone depending on your needs. The starting price point is the SXT model of the challenger. This is the six cylinder experience for those who can’t afford or are scared of the power in a v8, I guess not everyone wants all that power. You could then go for the Challenger series, the R/T version, as it is the first of the bond to come up with a 5.7 L Hemi V8 engine. It can pump out a decent 375 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque, and it can come with the help of the special badging, with the standard 20 inch alloy wheels, and sporty metallic pedals. It starts from a price amount of $ 31,000, which excludes the destination. It also comes with a six speed manual, but if you want to go for the eight speed self shifter, then you will need to pay a little extra.
If you go for the R/T scat pack, and the HEMI Scat Pack shaker model, which can add a bit more to the raw V-8 performance, you’ll definitely be able to see the change in displacement for the V8 to 6.4 L engine, and the power output will also increase to about 485 hp, and the torque goes to about 475 lb-ft. These two versions both come with what I would consider an outdated suspension. If you go for the Brembo four pot brake package, along with a different set of 20 inch wheels, 8.4 inch touchscreen, and entertainment all in one, you jump to a price range of about $ 38,435, while the second version can be available at $ 38,895.
Sitting at the top of the 2015 Dodge Challenger lineup, you will find the 707 hp Hellcat SRT 392. It has about the same 6.4 L engine, which was previously in two variants, but it also features 20 inch rims, and offers the largest set of brakes given by any Chrysler group vehicle. It also features the leather interior, flat bottomed steering wheel, along with up to a sum start, and full body stripes that will be running the overall length of the car. All of these features not only add to the overall glamour of the car, but also provides the excessive amount of help in choosing the right kind of car for you.
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