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Few companies are as identified with the great American muscle car as Dodge. Since the 1960s, Dodge has been making sports cars that have left their mark on the American automotive landscape. From their aggressive and timeless lines to their unbelievably powerful engines, Dodge muscle cars are second-to-none in this category, with the 2021 Dodge Challenger leading the way. Since being first introduced in time for the 1970 model year, the Challenger has been one of the most sought after two-door hardtops out there. While the iconic original was discontinued in 1974 after a short five-year production run, Dodge made muscle car fans excited when it brought the Challenger back in time for 2008.
Now, the 2021 Dodge Challenger hits the street as the most advanced Challenger yet. Dodge knows what muscle car fans want and has continually updated its two-door coupe to create a Challenger that truly delivers. The 2021 Challenger is a great combination of classic muscle car looks with modern technology and engineering. The look is wonderfully retro, harkening back to the halcyon days of the muscle car, but don't let looks fool you. This 2021 Dodge Challenger could do things your dad's muscle car could only dream of - and the available 807-horsepower engine in the 2021 Challenger Super Stock is simply unbelievable even by modern standards.
With ten different trims to choose from, Dodge has given you the ability to find the Challenger that is right for you, making this model well-suited to a wide array of drivers. The base model is the SXT, with an MSRP of $28,295. Don't let the phrase "base" fool you, though: there is nothing basic about the Challenger SXT. It features a ParkView rear back up camera, Keyless Enter' n Go, 18-inch satin carbon aluminum wheels, and available all-wheel drive. That's right - you can get a Challenger that won't have to hibernate when the weather gets rough.
The GT trim takes things further and features a performance hood with a functional hood scoop and SRT front splitter, giving it a truly classic look like the GT's of the 1970s. It features performance steering and suspension, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with paddle shifters for ease of control, and 20-inch satin carbon aluminum wheels. You will be blown away by the gorgeous houndstooth cloth seats with performance bolsters. To improve safety, Dodge has equipped the Challenger GT with a ParkSense rear park assist system. The GT is also available in all-wheel drive, like the SXT, and it has an MSRP of $31,295.
The Challenger also comes in three different versions of the R/T, all of which are rear-wheel drive only. The Challenger R/T has an MSRP of $34,995 and comes with 20-inch satin carbon aluminum wheels, electronically controlled active exhaust, and a performance hood with a functional hood scoop, SRT front splitter, and performance steering and suspension. The Challenger R/T Scat Pack comes equipped with Brembo four-piston four-wheel disc performance brakes, line lock and launch control, heated front seats and steering wheel, and 20x9-inch low-gloss granite crystal aluminum wheels. The R/T Scat Pack has an MSRP of $39,495.
The final R/T variant is the Scat Pack Widebody, which has an MSRP of $44,995. This trim features Brembo six-piston performance front brakes and four-piston rear brakes, Bilstein adaptive damping suspension with customizable ride stiffness settings, and SRT front fascia, large front splitter, and widebody fender flares. Those fender flares are necessary to accommodate the massive 20x11-inch Devil's rim low-gloss granite forged aluminum wheels with 305/35R20 tires.
Dodge also has five different trim levels of the 2021 Challenger SRT model. The SRT Hellcat has an MSRP of $58,995. It is equipped with Brembo six-piston performance front brakes and four-piston rear brakes, a functional dual-snorkel hood with a cold air intake, Bilstein adaptive damping suspension with customizable ride stiffness settings, line lock, launch control, and an after-run chiller. The SRT Hellcat Widebody comes with the same food intake and Brembo brakes as the SRT Hellcat but adds widebody fender flares and a large front splitter. This model has an MSRP of $64,995 and rides on 20x11-inch carbon black forged aluminum wheels with 305/35R20 tires.
The SRT Hellcat Redeye has an MSRP of $72,265 and has the same hood intake, Bilstein suspension, and Brembo brakes as the other SRT models. It features an SRT power chiller and race cooldown, as well as 20x9.5-inch low gloss black aluminum wheels. The SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody features the largest supercharger of any production car and has widebody fender flares and a large front splitter. The SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody has an MSRP of $78,695. The top model is the Challenger SRT Super Stock, which is the fastest muscle car in production. It has an MSRP of $82,590 and is worth every cent with its staggering 807-horsepower. To get that power to the ground, it features a 3.09:1 rear axle ratio and 18x11-inch low gloss granite aluminum wheels with 315/20R18 performance tires.
Dodge has chosen six great engines for the 2021 Challenger, each of which will provide plenty of power when you take this muscle car out for a drive. The SXT and GT models come with a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 gas engine, which can produce 303 horsepower and 268 lb-ft of torque. The R/T trim is equipped with a 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 gas engine that provides 375 horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque. The R/T Scat Pack and R/T Scat Pack Widebody come with a 6.4-liter 392 HEMI V-8 engine generating 485 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque.
There are also three different versions of the supercharged HEMI V-8 Hellcat on the five different SRT models. The SRT Hellcat and SRT Hellcat Widebody feature a version of the engine that provides 717 horsepower and 656 lb-ft of torque. The SRT Hellcat Redeye and SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody come with a High Output version of the same engine that produces 797 horsepower and 707 lb-ft of torque. But the most powerful version of the Hellcat engine is found on the Super Stock, where it produces 807 horsepower and 707 lb-ft of torque.
There are two available transmissions on the 2021 Dodge Challenger, a TREMEC 6-speed manual transmission and a TorqueFlite 8-speed automatic transmission. In most cases, you will have a choice of transmission. However, the SXT, GT, SRT Redeye, SRT Redeye Widebody, and SRT Super Stock can only be optioned with the automatic transmission. While the manual transmission increases driver engagement, the automatic transmission is faster on the drag strip and includes performance features like launch control.
As you can imagine, the 2021 Challenger is one of the fastest cars on the market. In fact, the SRT Super Stock has been clocked going 0 to 60 miles per hour in only 3.25 seconds and has run the quarter-mile in just 10.5 seconds with a trap speed of 131 miles per hour. The SRT Hellcat Redeye isn't far behind, with a quarter-mile time of only 11.1 seconds. The SRT Hellcat Redeye also has a top speed of 203 miles per hour, making it the fastest muscle car currently available for sale in the United States.
Even though the 2021 Dodge Challenger is built for performance and acceleration, it actually gets good fuel economy for a muscle car. The SXT and GT both get 19 miles per gallon in city driving and 30 miles per gallon on the highway, making them extremely viable options for a stylish commuter car. The R/T gets 16 miles per gallon in the city and 25 miles per gallon on the highway with automatic transmission, while the more powerful R/T Scat Pack and R/T Scat Pack Widebody both get 15 miles per gallon in city driving and 24 miles per gallon on the highway. So while these models may not be the most efficient out there, gas won't break the bank even if you drive them daily.
The SRT line with the Supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI V-8 engine gets just 13 miles per gallon in city driving and 22 miles per gallon in highway driving for the base SRT Hellcat. The more powerful SRT Hellcat Redeye and SRT Super Stock do not even have official fuel economy ratings - though, with their mind-blowing amount of power, it is unlikely you'll be using these monsters as your daily driver.