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$27,295  to  $71,350*

Fuel Economy:

19 city / 30 hwy


305 HP


268 lb-ft

There is no other vehicle that preserves the dream of the American muscle car better than the Dodge Challenger. The car is offered in different versions from 305 to 790 horsepower. It features exciting colors and a variety of different high performance parts. The 2019 version has received some changes that will make it even more appealing to consumers.

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The RT Scat Pack has a 6.4 liter Hemi V8. It offers 485 horsepower with 470 pound-feet of torque. The wide body kit was introduced to this particular car in 2018. The new fender flare adds three and a half inches of width to the car, which allows for fitting the larger 305 section width tires on each corner. The 20-inch wheels on the new Challenger are called the Devil's Rim by the car's creators. The new 305 section width tires are an upgrade from the 275 wheel tires, giving the vehicle more grip on the road. The tires shaved two tenths of a second off the car's quarter mile time. It features 6 piston Brembo front brakes, which cuts off the 60 to 0 braking distance by 3 feet. The engine has a tremendous amount of response all through its rev range. The 6 speed manual transmission adds to the personalized driving experience.

Interior and Features

The wide body the package also has upgrades in the form of performance tuned springs, adaptive dampers and larger anti-roll bars. The air catcher headlights are featured up front. They originally debuted on the Hellcat. These headlights allow more cooling air into the engine bay. The vents on the hood allow heat to escape. The massive new splitter upfront works alongside the rear trunk spoiler adding to the down-force and speed. The Dodge Challenger tips the scales at 4300 lbs, making it 600 pounds heavier than a GT Mustang. The size of the Challenger offers a spacious cabin. The backseat is large enough to fit three adults inside. The trunk is notably bigger and offers more storage space than the Camaro or Mustang.

The 2019 Dodge Challenger has a technologically advanced touch screen featuring the U-Connect infotainment system. The tool has an 8.4 inch touch screen. It is navigated by using the big shortcut buttons along the bottom. The platform controls radio media and climate in the vehicle. There's a separate page of apps dedicated to controlling the Wi-Fi hotspot and the cars driving modes. It also shows pages with gauges featuring a variety of vehicle usage information. The Integrated Navigation System is touch control. There's a menu for connecting the phone to Bluetooth. There are also options for Apple Carplay and Android Auto. These digital pages provide information on the speedometer, the car's tire pressure and fluid levels. The internal systems stores performance quality such as how fast the car has ever traveled.


The reverse camera gives the driver a view of the rear of the car. There are front, side and side curtain airbags. The rear seating area has anchors and tethers for car seats. The rear park assist system alerts the driver if there are objects approaching as a car moves in reverse. Technology Group is available, which provides automatic high beams and rain sensing windshield wipers. The Driver Confidence Group is available and provides blind-spot monitoring, cross traffic alert, HID headlights, remote start and a universal garage door opener.

The 2019 Dodge Challenger is a joy for sports cars enthusiasts. Be sure to visit your local dealer an test drive this classic American muscle machine.

MSRP excludes destination, taxes, title and registration fees. Starting at MSRP refers to the base model, optional equipment not included. Pricing and offers may change at any time without notification. To get full pricing details, see your dealer.

All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.