Customers are hurrying up to join waitlists at dealers for final Dodge Charger and Challenger vehicles, as the carmaker announced it would cease production of the models in December 2022.
Fans of the brand have already started calling retailers and asking to sign up their names on the lists for the 2023 Dodge Charger and Challenge from the Last Call series.
For the final year of production, each vehicle gets a “last call” tag informing it was designed in Auburn Hills and built in Brampton, Ontario.
These V8-powered Dodge cars will die next year. Each will have a replacement – an electrified model previewed by the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept.
The public ambiguously perceived the announcement about the departure of the ICE-powered Dodge Charger and Challenge the company made last week.
Here we’re dealing with a situation where people are more worried about the discontinuation of old models than the arrival of new ones.
Soon Dodge plans to reveal the number of vehicles from the final run allocated to every dealership. From October 2022, the automaker will publish and update the allocation details of each of its dealers on its website.
Retailers predict the Dodge Charger and Challenger Last Call models will be sold out as hot cakes. In addition, the company will introduce 6 new cars throughout the year to pay homage to past Charger and Challenger cars. A convertible Challenger will be on offer too.
Buyers should be ready that the Last Call Dodge Charger and Challenger will be costly. The models’ prices are already high now and will be higher given unavoidable premiums and markups.
Source: The Detroit News