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The Dodge Challenger is a two-door muscle-car coupe with a massive array of engines and trim levels to choose from. First produced in 1969, the Challenger is now in its third generation which spans more than a decade, starting back in 2008 and continually improving over time.For 2017, there were four engine options, two transmission options, and a choice between RWD and AWD (on V6 models only). For the 2018 model year, the Challenger was also available in sixteen different trim levels. For 2019, Dodge added the 797-hp Hellcat Redeye and the R/T Scat Pack 1320 to the Challenger lineup.
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Manual 6 Speed
Old-school roots meet modern muscle with the 2020 Dodge Challenger. With decidedly-cool retro style, you'll never get tired of seeing it in your driveway or garage. Eight cool exterior colors plus a bevy of customizable exterior add-ons like stripes and badges, as well as the option to update wheels, hoods, and spoilers mean that you can find a Challenger that's as unique as your tastes.
The Challenger may be retro-cool on the outside but it features some of the latest in technology and convenience features on the inside! From the advanced Uconnect® system with a large available 8.4-inch touchscreen display to additional tech like navigation and an available 4G LTE® Wi-Fi Hotspot, the Challenger is more than just stylish and powerful, it's well equipped too.
For 2020, Dodge offers the Challenger with four engine options and two transmission options: a six-speed manual or a TorqueFlite® eight-speed automatic. The base SXT and GT trims come standard with a 305-hp 3.6L V6 while the R/T trim comes standard with a 375-hp 5.7L V8. Upgrade to the Challenger R/T Scat Pack and get a 485-hp 6.4L V8. Even crazier is the Challenger SRT® Hellcat which gets an amazing 707-hp from its 6.2L supercharged V8. Crazier still is the SRT Hellcat Redeye with its 797-hp 6.2L supercharged V8 engine.
Looking to drive your muscle car in all sorts of weather? Take a look at the Challenger SXT and GT trims and you'll find all-wheel drive alongside your two-door muscle. That means your Challenger doesn't have to be stuck in park during foul weather or tough winters—year-round fun awaits you with the 2020 Dodge Challenger.
Room for people and belongings may not always be at the top of your list of priorities when shopping for a muscle car, it's usually more about what's under the hood. But, with a large 16.2 cubic feet of trunk space, you aren't sacrificing room for power—and if that's not enough, you can even expand that space via the standard 60/40-split-folding rear seats across all 2020 trim levels. You can also expect an impressive 33.1 inches of rear legroom, so don't be afraid to bring your friends along for the adventure.
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Built on the same platform as the Challenger and sharing many of the same standard features and engine options, you can't go wrong with the Dodge Charger. Just like the Challenger, the base 3.6L-V6-powered 2019 SXT comes standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, a push-start ignition, remote start system, and automatic headlights with LED daytime running lights. On the inside of the 2019 Charger expect a six-way power adjustable driver seat with cloth seating, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a seven-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth® and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.
The original “pony car," the Ford Mustang has reinvented itself over the years, becoming a surprisingly effective sports car. The 2015-present Mustang splits the difference between a muscle car and a sports car, with sports car nimbleness and a muscle car's everyday livable suspension and comfort. The base setup on 2015-present models is a 2.3L turbo four-cylinder engine, making an impressive 310 hp. Connected to a fun six-speed manual transmission, the Mustang only drives the rear wheels. The GT trim increases the firepower—the 460-hp 5.0L V8 is better with the stick, but the 10-speed automatic is faster and simply better in stop-and-go traffic.
The 2015-2020 Ford Mustang GT Performance Pack delivers:
15-inch front rotors and six-piston Brembo® calipers
The Chevrolet Corvette is a two-seater sports car with 15 cubic feet of cargo room in the hatchback model and 10 cubic feet as a convertible. And while this vehicle is all about performance, it still comes with a fair amount of tech features, including an eight-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, and a nine-speaker Bose® audio system (2017–2019 models). Of course, the main attraction is the performance, and to that end, the Corvette offers a base 6.2L V8 engine that makes 455 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. That same engine is also supercharged to make 650 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque. Standard 2017–2019 features include:
Staggered 19-inch and 20-inch wheels
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The base Challenger comes with a 3.6L V6 and is impressively well-equipped. It sports features like 18-inch aluminum wheels, heated side mirrors, a seven-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Audio connectivity, and more.
The 3.6L V6 Challenger GT adds performance modifications like upgraded brakes, suspension and steering components, a functional hood scoop, fog lamps, 20-inch aluminum wheels, and more.
The 5.7L Hemi V8 comes with a six-speed manual transmission and a cool active exhaust system.
Add the Scat Pack trim and get the 6.4L V8 engine plus upgraded performance mods like Brembo® four-piston brakes, a heavy-duty cooling system, an 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system with HD and SiriusXM radio, a heated steering wheel and front seats, and more.
The outrageous Hellcat comes with a 707-hp 6.2L V8, a competition suspension, electric power steering, rear stabilizer bar, “air catcher" headlights, an after-run chiller, and an impressive 200-mph speedometer.
The Redeye features an even more powerful 6.2L supercharged V8, and adds the SRT power chiller and a 220-mph speedometer.
Standard sports seats come in black with cool houndstooth accents or you can opt for either black or red napa-leather-trimmed versions.
You may want to upgrade further to performance seats, including black cloth with houndstooth inserts, red or black leather with Alcantara® suede inserts, or upgraded black or sepia Laguna leather with perforated leather inserts.
Ventilated and heated seating is available as well as additional interior features like the Uconnect infotainment system, premium audio from Alpine® and Harmon Kardon®, and much more.