2014 Dodge Challenger

Up to 14 MPG city / 23 MPG hwy
$26,495 - $44,685

2014 Dodge Challenger

2014 Dodge Challenger

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The Dodge Challenger has a powerful name. It also has a powerful set of engines and seven distinct models. Three SXT models - SXT, SXT Plus, and SXT Rallye Redline - make due with the 305-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6. The Rallye Redline incorporates performance suspension, new 20-inch wheels, special leather, and heated front seats. Three R/T levels - R/T, R/T Plus, and R/T Classic - all come with a 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 and more creature comforts. Uconnect Voice Command with Bluetooth, automatic headlights, foglights, and performance brakes and suspension are just a taste of the R/T's fixings. If you're wondering about the V-8's power, it's rated 372 hp with the five-speed automatic transmission and 375 hp with the six-speed manual. As the name suggests, the R/T Classic aims to strike fans of nostalgia with specific wheels and dress-up parts, along with HID headlights and hood scoops. Then there's the Challenger SRT8 392. This Challenger packs a 392-cubic-inch (6.4-liter) V-8 good for a tire-thrashing 470 hp and 470 pound-feet of torque. To help its 0-60 mph acceleration time, SRT incorporated a launch-control system that works with both the manual and automatic. A high-tech adaptive damping suspension is a feature that Challengers of yore could only dream of. See more... See Less

4 Available Trims
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  • 305

    HP

    18city

    27hwy

    $

    26,495

    MSRP

  • 375

    HP

    15city

    23hwy

    $

    30,495

    MSRP

  • 470

    HP

    14city

    23hwy

    $

    39,485

    MSRP

  • 470

    HP

    14city

    23hwy

    $

    44,685

    MSRP

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall
Pros Cons
The overall exterior design. masterful job of recreating a classic Poor visibility when backing up.
The ride is terrific. comfortable, quiet and elegant. Rear seats: all cramped, too small for my german shepherd
Engine-great gas mileage and performance Location of hood release: engages when releasing e brake
Design-classic style and driving feel Sound system- the only thing i dont like. it is terrible, sounds like crap
Handling: stiffer springs - struts - shocks Visibility is awful passing & parking
The car looks like the original challenger. Gas mileage. corvette ls-3 was better
Comfort: i had a friend say seats feel like sitting on a sofa Roominess of back seats, specifically leg area
Acceleration & handling - too bad its only 7 miles to work. Paint clear coat-great color but very thin clear coat.
Vehicle exterior - steering similar to old days muscle car. My wife is hard to get in and out
Vehicle interior - roomy compared to competitors. Head lights could be brighter