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2023 Dodge Challenger

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  • Year 2023
  • Make Dodge
  • Model Challenger
  • Body Style Coupe
  • Condition New
  • Fuel Type Gasoline
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  •  Trims
Powerful performance stats, cool retro styling, and a lot of history make the 2023 Challenger one of the most iconic muscle cars in the world. Dodge offers eight trims and configurations to match every wish list and budget, so there’s a Challenger for every driving enthusiast out there. This is the final year of Dodge brand gasoline-powered muscle, so compare the different types of Challenger models below to find the right 2023 Dodge Challenger for you.  

Challenger SXT

The SXT is the affordable base model trim. Its V-6 engine is very capable, creating 303 horsepower. The motor and eight-speed automatic transmission help it travel from zero to 60 mph in as little as 6.4 seconds. It’s got all the retro hallmarks of a classic Challenger, such as round halogen headlights and a dual-outlet exhaust. Inside, the standard dual-zone automatic climate control, tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, and six-way power driver’s seat help you stay comfortable. A 7-inch touch screen makes operating the Uconnect infotainment system easy. It syncs seamlessly with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, and a six-speaker stereo sound system will satisfy most music lovers. The backup camera is a welcome standard feature for safer parking.

Challenger GT

A performance hood and upgraded cloth interior make the GT sportier and more luxurious than the base model. The engine is the same, although the GT is more confident handling tight corners and parking spaces. Standard features include parking sensors, remote start, and a crisp Harman Kardon® audio system. Plus, the GT trim adds a sportier hood and front fascia, making it a distinct step up in the line of Challenger trim levels.

Challenger R/T

If the last hurrah of V-8 thrills is on your mind, consider the R/T. Its 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 engine generates 375 horsepower, helping the R/T reach 60 mph from standing in just 5.4 seconds. The performance exhaust and sports-tuned suspension help optimize power as you put it down. Fuel economy drops a little, but if you’re after a great entry to the V-8-powered Dodge Challenger models, you likely care more about the big increase in fun. The R/T looks virtually identical to the Challenger GT, but the metal racing pedals and iconic V-8 soundtrack make it an unmistakable upgrade.

Challenger R/T Scat Pack

Impressive performance is the name of the game for the R/T Scat Pack. Among the different types of Dodge Challenger models, it is (in our opinion) the best balance of furious power and satisfying pricing. Plus, its huge 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 motor makes 485 horsepower with an ear-pleasing rumble at idle and a hair-raising roar when you let it loose. This power can cut the time to reach 60 mph down to 4.5 seconds. Heavy-duty brakes, enhanced suspension, line lock, and launch control help you make the most of all that power. The 20-inch black wheels and matching brake calipers give the R/T Scat Pack a cool, brooding look. The touch screen is 8.4 inches, while the stereo is a more powerful Alpine system with satellite radio. The heated front seats and steering wheel are an ideal addition for colder weather.

Challenger SRT Hellcat

Dodge redefined modern muscle on the Hellcat’s release. How? The Hellcat drops in a 6.2-liter Hemi V-8, then shoves compressed air down its throat with a huge supercharger. The scream of the supercharged and roar of the HEMI will give you goosebumps, and as the 717 horsepower gallop to the road, you’ll be in high-octane heaven. The carefully calibrated steering system, adjustable performance suspension, and Brembo® brakes help you keep control. Dual air snorkels improve airflow to the engine and the Hellcat’s looks. Red brake calipers, xenon headlights, and Hellcat emblems on the front fenders enhance this incredible trim.

Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye

This is the definition of how monstrous the different types of Dodge Challenger configurations can be. Further refinement helps the Hellcat Redeye’s V-8 engine make an absurd 797 horsepower. It can pounce from zero to 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds, 0.4 seconds faster than the regular Hellcat. Exterior differences are subtle, and most of the awesome Hellcat interior features are carried over, but the high-performance gauges will reveal why this is the mountaintop (spoiler alert: it’s a mad dash to the quarter-mile that defies logic).

Challenger Jailbreak

One thing is for sure: Among all the types of Challenger models, the Jailbreak is truly something special. Like the old days of “jailbreaking” your cell phone, this trim lets you do whatever you want. It comes as a special order, letting you mix and match all the upholstery, features, colors, graphics, options, and details as you please.

Challenger SRT Super Stock

If you know what “Super Stock” means, you know what this is about. If you’re unfamiliar with NHRA drag race classes, a “Super Stock” car is a heavily modified production vehicle. Out of the types of Challenger trims available, the special-production Super Stock takes the strip in stride by unleashing mayhem. That mayhem comes in the form of further refinement to the Hellcat engine, bringing things to a fever pitch with 807 horsepower. Oh, and did we mention it has standard drag radial tires and a 220 mph speedometer?

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