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If you want your Dodge Hellcat to look even sleeker, faster, and more unique, ask your dealer to order yours with the new stripe option. That’s right Hellcat fans, Dodge is now offering SRT Hellcat stripes on the most powerful versions of the Challenger and the Charger. It seems the company wasn’t satisfied to simply bring you 707-horsepower versions of these top-of-the-line automobiles. They’ve added the Hellcat stripes that run from one end of the 2016 models of these incredible muscle cars to the other. Plus the company has also extended the availability of its popular Plum Crazy through February┬á2016.When ready to get your striped version, come on down to Chapman Dodge Las Vegas.

Not every Charger or Challenger buyer has the option to get the SRT Hellcat stripes. That privilege is reserved for those purchasing 707-horsepower models. This is just a bit of extra incentive for people that were already considering the Hellcat powered versions of these muscle cars. This exclusive offer allows buyers to add a special touch that lets the world know you’ve got Hellcat power under the hood. To the uninitiated it’s a cool, textured, carbon-fiber stripe that runs up the front lip, over the hood and grille, along the roof and trunk, down the rear spoiler, and ends at the bottom of the rear fascia. To real car enthusiasts, it’s a signal that your Dodge car belongs to a special class of automobiles.

The SRT Hellcat stripes look great. Plus not only do they accentuate the NACA duct, and are a symbol that your automobile belongs to an exclusive group, they harken back to a tradition upheld by old school race cars that were not street legal. The Hellcat powered Dodge Charger and Challenger are only barely street legal and growl and get your heart racing when you crank up the engine. The Hellcat stripes signal that kind of power sits barely contained under the hood. It’s a badge of honor that is displayed on only a small group of Dodge cars. The stripes are available in eleven different colors.

If you want yet another throwback symbol, consider getting your Dodge Charger or Challenger in Plum Crazy. But you’ll have to act fast. This old-school color will only be available through the end of January 2016 for SXT, R/T, RT 392, and Hellcat models. The chance to get the Plum Crazy color option was originally set to run out at the end of 2015, but Dodge has decided to extend it one month more to accommodate the exceptionally strong demand. This limited-edition, legendary, high-impact hue exemplifies the Dodge attitude long inculcated within the Dodge Charger and Challenger SRT Hellcat models.

The most powerful and fastest cars ever sporting 707 supercharged HEMI® horsepower engines, the Dodge Charger and Challenger SRT Hellcat models have earned their dual full-length stripes on dragstrips and all types of other roadways worldwide going 0 to 60 in just over 3 seconds. The performance stripes give the Charger and Challenger a factory-customized look. Combine that with a Plum Crazy colored car for classic style.



The 2016 Dodge Charger, Challenger and Ram models have just been released and fans of these powerful automobiles are ecstatic. As always the new Dodge models are impressive. The vehicles not only have all the latest safety and connectivity technology, they are comfortable, durable, versatile, and have power to burn. Plus all three of them look great. Read on and we will share some of the information on the features they have, how good these powerful, stylish, new automobiles look, and the price consumers will have to pay to take one off the dealers lot now that they’ve been released.

The 2016 Ram 1500 comes with a base V-6, 3.6 liter engine which boasts 305 horsepower and generates 269 pound-feet of torque. This is paired with an 8-speed transmission. That combination allows it to carry heavy loads yet still get great fuel economy. Although this half-ton pickup is built Ram tough, inside it has all the creature comforts any driver or passenger needs and wants. In fact, the interior of the 2016 Dodge Ram 1500 is incredible with its control system, big screen, and a great sound system. Plus the truck delivers a smooth ride. Outside, its high-strength steel lightweight frame, aerodynamic grille, and low-rolling-resistance tires make this truck, which sells for $26,145, look good enough to go anywhere you want. To see what it can do for you in the real world, check one out at Chapman Dodge Las Vegas.

Most automotive experts agree the 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat with its 707 horsepower, 650 pound-feet of torque, and a supercharged 6.2 liter V8 HEMI engine rules the marketplace as the muscle car with the most power. Some call the Challenger SRT Hellcat monstrous because of the power it generates. When you throw in the fact that this beast can go from zero to sixty in a lightening-fast 3.9 seconds, its easy to see why this car is getting so much attention. Its top speed of an amazing 198.8 miles per hours is another reason this 2016 Dodge takes the crown. With its muscular good looks, iconic pedigree, and unsurpassed street credibility, the $50,190 selling price Car and Driver reports is a reasonable price to pay for this speed demon. If you would like to take a look at any Dodge inventory, you are not going to regret it as you can easily find something that fits your needs and budget.

That roaring sound you hear is the 2016 Dodge Charger terrorizing the competition with its powerful engine. Fear is the right response for the competition when the Charger’s SX model with its 300 horsepower, 3.6 liter six-cylinder engine begins to growl. Sheer terror is what happens when people realize that the 2016 Dodge Charger R/T they just challenged has a V8, 5.7 liter Hemi engine under the hood. Pity the fool if it’s the optional ‘Road and Track Edition’ which has the performance exhaust system.

What should make foolhardy challengers very afraid, is that the new Charger has the latest steering technology and an advanced suspension system, so the driver can control this amazing automobile with ease. Add seven airbags, traction control, antilock brakes, brake assistance, and a 5-star NHTSA safety rating, and the 2016 Dodge Charger’s base price of $27,995 seems like a steal.