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2017 Dodge Hellcat Challenger, Charger Keeps 2016 Prices

The Dodge Hellcat and Dodge Challenger have both been a huge success for the car manufacturer. You may think that with all the success so far that Dodge would be raising prices quickly and drastically. But this isn’t the case, and the company is largely keeping prices in-line, which should make any car buyer happy.

Dodge.com recently released pricing information, and while some models have seen a slight price increase for the new model year, the popular 707 horsepower SRT Hellcat models will have the same pricing as 2016 models, and the company will even be adding some new features. Last year, Dodge caused a bit of a stir when it raised prices for the 2016 Charger and Hellcat. Though, this was probably a wise decision since the 2015 Hellcat cars had massive waiting lists.

But, luckily, even with a few additions for the new 2017 model year, the newest Challenger and Charger will carry the same MSRP as the 2016 versions. With lighter wheels, a backlit steering wheel emblem, an improved UConnect system and added Hellcat branding both on the inside and out, the new version is certainly a better one and will help you get around, control your technology and drive safer.

Dodge, last year, increased the price of the Challenger and Chargers, but it also added some new standard features. Because there was an additional equipment and corresponding price increase, Dodge fans were certainly preoccupied, but there is nothing to worry about as there will be no price increase, even with all the added goodies. The 2017 Dodge Challenger SRT hellcat will come with a 6-speed manual transmission and has the exact same MSRP of $65,290, which includes the $1,700 Gas Guzzler Tax and the $1,095 destination fee.

Of course, with the Hellcat, one can add the heavy duty 8-speed automatic transmission, which will cost $2,995, and the dual carbon fiber stripes still add $995 to the final price. The painted satin black hood will add $1,995 to the final price, and the power sunroof is still available as an add-on for $1,995. Either way, with or without these added extras, the Hellcat Challenger and Charger will certainly not rise in price, and if you are looking to test drive one out, you should head to Chapman Dodge Las Vegas and see how powerful and fun to drive both of these cars are.

The truth of the matter is, if you are looking to get a Dodge muscle car, you should really look at the 707 horsepower SRT Hellcat as it is the most powerful of them all. While other companies have fast and powerful cars with big engines, nobody else is producing true, old school sports cars that turn heads. The amazing thing about the new SRT Hellcat is not only do you get to relive the old days when cars had a lot of power, but you can also get added safety features, plenty of technology and decent gas mileage, considering the size of the engine.

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