The Challenger remains the modern muscle car on the road. It's a true melding of new and old. The exterior features numerous nods to the Challengers of the 70's and the interior provides power that puts everything else on the market to shame.
Updates for 2017:
The Challenger gets a new T/A trim, a throwback to 70's era muscle cars. Active Exhaust is now standard on all Hemi V-8 models.
The Challenger is the car for the driver who loves to show off. It is what this thing was built for. Dodge as a brand has fully braced the idea of being a high performance brand and the Challenger is their flagship car. It's for the driver who wants a second glance as they go speeding down the street. It's for the driver who wants the bragging rights. And for the buyers of the SRT Hellcat, it's for the driver who wants to watch the world become a blur outside the window.
With that said, the Challenger does not sacrifice comfort for performance. Dodge has placed the drivers comfort in high-regard with an interior that proves it. The Challenger comes with a standard and Class-Exclusive 7-inch reconfigurable Driver Information Digital Cluster Display as part of Chrysler famous and popular Uconnect system. For driver comfort, the Challenger offers numerous choices of premium cloth and sports seats.
The performance is, of course, where the fun is with the Dodge Challenger. There are many options for the would-be muscle car owner. First is the 3.6L DOHC Pentastar Variable Valve Timing V6 with 292 horsepower. Next is the 5.7L HEMI V8 with 370 HP and the 392 HEMI V8 with 485 HP. Lastly is the king of the road, the Hellcat with a 6.2L SRT Hellcat HEMI V8 that gives the legendary 707 HP.