Dodge Challenger Redeye Starts Under $70k

Dodge Challenger Redeye Starts Under $70k

Dodge has now offered base pricing on the entire 2019 Challenger line. The vehicle can also be equipped with all-wheel drive for an additional $3,000.

Interestingly, the Redeye is only available with an automatic transmission, with Dodge offering customers no alternative to an eight-speed 'box. I'm glad it stuck around. Moving one rung up the ladder is the new Challenger GT RWD, which adds a hood scoop, splitter, suspension upgrades, paddle shifters, and houndstooth seats for $29,995.

The penultimate Challenger trim is the SRT Hellcat, which relies on the same supercharged 6.2-liter V8 as before, but power is now up to 717-horsepower from 707. The Hellcat now carries a base price of $58,650, which is $5,000 cheaper than the 2018 model. If you do, then you'll likely recall that it was usurped past year by the Challenger Demon - a drag strip focussed edition capable of 0-60 in 2.3 seconds and a 9.65-second quarter-mile, thanks to a 90kg reduction in weight and a 133hp increase in power. In the 2018 model year, you could order the GT package with standard all-wheel-drive or you could get the SXT, R/T, Daytona, Scat Pack, Daytona 392, SRT 392 or SRT Hellcat with rear-drive.

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And then there's the Redeye. The current Hellcat Challenger and Charger without Torque Reserve launches with next to no boost, but with Torque Reserve, drivers can leave the line with almost four pounds of boost pressure - leading to far more initial power and quicker track times. At maximum speed, the Hellcat Redeye uses 1.4 gallons of gas - a little over $3 at current average prices - and will drain the fuel tank in just 11 minutes.

Just after revitalising the Charger line-up, Dodge has confirmed that the Challenger range has undergone a similar treatment.

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