From the “entry-level” Charger SE, all the way up to the powerful Charger SRT Hellcat, the iconic edginess of the only four-door muscle car in the U.S. will blow your mind.
“The Dodge Charger is a performance car that carves its own niche and cuts straight through the segments and perceptions of what a full-size sedan can or should be,” said Tim Kuniskis, President and CEO – Dodge and SRT. “With the new 2015 Charger, we’re pushing the boundaries of what a full-size sedan can or should be even further. We’ve seriously modernized the look and feel and added a standard eight-speed transmission across the lineup. The Charger is now tighter, leaner and more athletic, without sacrificing the proportions, performance, driving dynamics, attitude and price that attracted customers in the first place.”
At a starting MSRP of $64,900 (including $1,700 gas-guzzler tax and $995 destination charge), the highly anticipated 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat owns the title of quickest, fastest and most powerful sedan.
The supercharged 6.2L HEMI® Hellcat V-8 engine delivers 707 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft. of torque. Clocking an NHRA-certified, 11-second quarter-mile, the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat definitely ain’t your daddy’s sedan.
It’s more like the car that re-wrote the rulebook and then left tread marks all over it while breaking every last rule in it.
If 707 horsepower is a little more than you need, there are eight other Charger models from which to choose.
Take the Charger R/T, for example. At a starting MSRP of $33,990, including the $995 destination charge, it’s the most inexpensive V-8 sedan in America. But affordability doesn’t mean it’s short on power or the latest technology. Check out just some of what the Charger R/T has to offer:
- 370 horsepower and 395 lb.-ft. of torque
- Four-cylinder mode Fuel Save Technology
- Standard Uconnect 8.4-inch touchscreen
- 20-inch, five-spoke Satin Carbon aluminum wheels
- Performance brake package
Or go for the Charger SXT AWD, also at a starting MSRP of $33,990, including the $995 destination charge. With all the style and standard features of the rear-wheel-drive Charger SXT, plus an active transfer case with front-axle disconnect to save fuel when AWD is unnecessary, you can’t go wrong when you need all-season performance.
Have you picked your favorite yet?
Watch for most of the 2015 Charger models rolling into dealerships before the end of the year. The 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is scheduled to start production during the first quarter of 2015.