Used Dodge Challenger

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2015 Dodge Challenger What's new for 2015? 
2015 Dodge Challenger

The 2015 Dodge Challenger gets a new grille, nose, and headlights, a newly restyled tail that includes very cool taillights, and finally, an all-new interior that brings this muscle car into the modern age. Oh, there's also that whole 707-horsepower V8 we mentioned earlier.

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2014 Dodge Challenger What's new for 2014? 
2014 Dodge Challenger

There are no significant changes to the Dodge Challenger for 2014.

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2013 Dodge Challenger What's new for 2013? 
2013 Dodge Challenger

Available in a variety of trims including the newer Rallye Redline, the Challenger coupe carries over mostly unchanged for 2013. New exterior colors are available, and improvements have been made to the optional Garmin navigation system. SRT8 392 models have selectable suspension settings and standard launch control for maximizing acceleration.

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2012 Dodge Challenger What's new for 2012? 
2012 Dodge Challenger

Along with new trim designations, the 2012 Dodge Challenger gains some new optional features including a 900-watt, 18-speaker Harman/Kardon audio system, and zinc steering-wheel paddle shifters on SXT Plus and R/T. The SRT8 392 trim gains a new 2-mode adjustable suspension-damping system and an available heated steering wheel.

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2010 Dodge Challenger What's new for 2010? 
2010 Dodge Challenger

The 2010 Challenger R/T will offer a new Super Track Pack that includes 20-inch Goodyear Eagle F1 tires, Nivomat self-leveling shock absorbers, a larger rear stabilizer bar, 3.06 rear axle ratio and "ESC-off" stability control off switch. The SRT8 gets a limited production Furious Fuchsia Edition featuring fuchsia paint, white leather seats and unique rims.

About Dodge Challenger

The 2016 Dodge Challenger blends classic muscle-car flavor with computer-age technology and performance. The take-no-prisoners styling is clearly linked to a glorious past of American big-engine performance, yet inside and under the hood are technological benefits and performance levels that were only wild dreams in the best days of the muscle-car era. There are four outstanding engines: a 3.6-liter, 305-horsepower V6 and three Hemi V8s; a 5.7-liter with 372 horsepower, a 6.4-liter of 485 horsepower and a 6.2-liter supercharged version in the SRT Hellcat that makes a staggering 707 horsepower. No Ford Mustang or Chevrolet Camaro has ever matched that lofty peak, and this much is undisputed: There has never been a muscle car like this.