2018 Dodge Challenger
Why Should I Buy A 2018 Dodge Challenger?
This almost goes without saying, but the first reason to buy a Dodge Challenger is straight up the coolness factor. The Challenger is the perfect combination of a classic car look with a modern twist. The 1971-inspired muscle car look has an extra-large grill, circular head lamps, and general shape of the classic ’71 Challenger with a little bit softer edges. The retro-inspired style continues on the inside with dual-colored perforated seats, a customizable display cluster, and a touchscreen display. Inside and out, the Challenger is classic style married to modern convenience.
The second reason, of course, to buy the Dodge Challenger is quite simply power. The Challenger has the record for the fastest quarter mile of any production car. It also has the most horsepower of and production car too. So, if you want power, the Challenger delivers. And all that power brings the third reason. They are just fun to drive.
Is the Dodge Challenger a Sports Car?
Well, the Challenger does have 2 doors. This fact might be enough to qualify it as a sports car for insurance companies, but for car enthusiasts, the Challenger is too big and too heavy for that label. Because of its size and the amazing amount of power under the hood, the Challenger is just as much a muscle car now as it was in the past.
Are the Dodge Challengers AWD?
While almost unheard of in this category of car, the Challenger actually does have All-Wheel Drive. In fact, the Challenger is the first and only AWD muscle car coupe right now. The AWD system automatically transfers torque and power from front to back and vice versa, depending on driving conditions. This system gives you the best response and handling possible making the Challenger good for the quarter mile drag race and the winding back roads.
Which Dodge Challenger Has the Most Horsepower?
The most horsepower in a Dodge Challenger will come in any model that has the Supercharged 6.2L HEMI SRT Hellcat V8 Engine–so the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. The Hellcat offers 707 horsepower and an insane 650 lb-ft of torque. Or, if you’re looking for a model that was built for the drag strip or the race track, the Dodge Demon is your best bet. Featuring the most powerful V8 engine ever produced, the Demon produces 840 HP. We’re really not sure your city streets are ready for these beasts.