Final Dodge Charger And Challenger Can Be Ordered Now, Pricing Announced

Dodge Challenger Shakedown 2023

An American muscle car legacy ends with the departure of the Dodge Charger and Challenger for which 2023 will be the last model year.

The “Last Call” series for the 2023 Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger is now available to order. Dodge has announced pricing for the entire 2023 lineups of both models.

The Challenger costs from $32,140 for the cheapest SXT variant to $100,910 for the priciest Black Ghost Special Edition. In its turn, the Charger costs between $34,240 (SXT model) and $100,015 (King Daytona Special Edition).

The carmaker offers a new Dodge Horsepower Locator online tool available at DodgeGarage.com. It helps in searching dealerships and tracking allocations by each dealer.

What’s Next?

In August 2022, the company unveiled an all-electric Dodge Daytona SRT Concept with a new 800-volt, all-wheel drive Banshee architecture. That car is a possible replacement for the outgoing Dodge Charger and Challenger.

It surpasses its predecessors powered by a Hellcat V8 in “all key performance measures.” That is, it should be faster and more potent than a 797-hp Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat.

What Do We Remember About the Dodge Charger and Challenger?

Ludicrous engine power and rocket-like acceleration are distinctions of Dodge cars. Let’s also add a straightforward infotainment system, spacious rear seats, and trunk to the list of the cars’ strengths.

Certainly, there are downsides, but Dodge fans are unlikely to consider them important. They include a middling interior design and quality, unimpressive fuel economy, so-so handling, few standard safety features, and subpar safety scores as a result.


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