Price, lease or finance payment quotes are now available for the 2023 Dodge Challenger at AutoByPayment.com. The Challenger is a midsize coup with a gas engine and RWD or AWD drivetrain. The Dodge Challenger coupe is available in 13 trims starting with an MSRP of $32,140 (including destination charge) for the STX RWD and topping out with an MSRP of $67,640 for the SRT Super Stock RWD.
With zero down payment and a great credit score above 780 payment estimates range from $518.75 for the entry trim package to $1,092.18 for the top-end trim package. Payments vary by state tax rates and fees as well as the buyer’s credit score. To calculate payment estimations for your scenario visit our 2023 Dodge Challenger Invoice Price and MSRP Range page.
This will be the last year to purchase a gas powered Dodge muscle car as Dodge is moving into the world of electric vehicles. Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis told reporters that “I’m not going to try to sell anyone an electric car. I will never market an electric car…we will market a better muscle car with performance that happens to be enabled by the use of electrification.”
2023 Dodge Challenger Reviews
PROS: Classic American muscle car persona with available V8 power. Roomy enough for four adults and their luggage. Many trim levels and options allow for customization. Pretty comfortable ride compared to its muscle car rivals.
CONS: Large and heavy with cumbersome handling. Rear visibility is somewhat compromised. Unlike main rivals, it’s not available as a convertible
VERDICT: Our recommendation is the R/T Scat Pack for its just-right V8 power and range of available extras.
The Car Connection Review
PROS: It has unabashed power, unabashed performance, decent infotainment, and it handles well, for its weight
CONS: It has lousy safety tech, AWD version is sillu, too much swagger for some, and It’s going away
VERDICT: The 2023 Dodge Challenger refuses to mend its hedonistic ways. It may be old, but the 2023 Dodge Challenger remains an attention-grabbing coupe.
SOURCE: The Car Connection
PROS: It’s the hair-raising V8-powered models that define the Challenger’s personality and it has usable space in the second row for adults.
CONS: Challenger’s cabin is dated in terms of its overall design.
VERDICT: While the Challenger’s cabin is dated in terms of its overall design, the infotainment system remains a treat to use. It’s quick to respond and has clear-cut menus. There’s also usable space in the second row for adults, plus the trunk measures in at a roomy 16.2 cubic feet.
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