Dodge Challenger R/T: Affordable V8 Muscle

Challenger R/T


Forget what you may have heard. Muscle car performance and style don’t have to be expensive. The Dodge Challenger R/T offers V8 power and award-winning muscle car design at the most affordable price in America.


In the Challenger R/T, the 5.7L HEMI® V8 with 375 horsepower isn’t an additional-cost extra. It’s standard, and so are the Tremec six-speed manual transmission and aggressive 3.73 rear axle ratio. (A five-speed automatic is also available.) Four-wheel, anti-lock disc brakes? Standard. All Speed Traction Control? Standard. Anti-Spin Differential? Standard. Performance Tuned Suspension? Standard. Cold Air Induction? Standard.


You see where this is going. Also standard on the value-packed Challenger R/T:  Styled 18-Inch x 7.5-Inch aluminum wheels wrapped in P235/55R18 blackwall all-season performance tires. LED-illuminated instrument cluster with 160-mph speedometer, fog lamps, R/T and HEMI badges and a body-color rear spoiler are all included, too.


The R/T’s standard convenience and comfort features include air conditioning with automatic temperature control, power windows and speed-sensitive power locks. Also:  a six-speaker audio system with console-mounted USB port with iPod control and auxiliary audio input jack, and SiriusXM satellite radio with one-year subscription are all included. The Challenger R/T is the whole package.


And if you wish, all this can be simply the starting point. How far do you want to go? There are more available features to check out and more V8 Challenger models to explore, including the R/T Plus and R/T Classic. To build and price your very own Challenger V8 muscle car, go to


  • Roadntrack
    Posted January 16, 2013 at 8:53 pm | Permalink

    Still no convertible!!! WTF?

  • Eddie Adkins
    Posted October 15, 2013 at 10:22 pm | Permalink

    love my new redline challenger a super hot head turner call her EVILENA shure do thank u dodge for bringing back my child hood love in cars

  • Dan McInerney
    Posted November 14, 2013 at 2:58 pm | Permalink

    How bout a convertible!?

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