Not in my budget anymore, but it'll be really cool to see a 426 again.
Anyone thinking that the SRT should be exclusive has to remember one thing...........................it's just another Dodge. Dang good one, but nothing exclusive, Shoot, the HC's are stacked up everywhere at rock bottom pricing. LOL
I have no plans to ever sell/trade my 2014 R/T Classic of which I am the original owner...but if they were to offer the 426 as purely an engine option, mark me sold for 1 R/T Plus, 426, 6-spd with the R/T Classic Package, Nav, SGII, and Classic II wheels
RS has been posting more on a separate Hellcat forum but here are his exact words:
"One more tidbit - you'll see an all-new 426 7.0L NA Hemi (!!!!!) launched in the current generation ."
He also states that the Charger is up before the Challenger for a redesign in 2022 and the Challenger will be later than that so expect a 2023 or 2024 Challenger redesign. Until then, it's at least one more refresh coming in the next year or two I would guess.
I'll be real honest and say I'm not a devout dodge guy or anything but I sure have came around on the 3rd gens. I typically focus more on JDM. But one day i was working at some used car dealership fixing their hand rails...and i swear the front end of this flat black hell cat mean mugged the...
Muddying the water, or just sharing some bling?
I know all the Special Editions are allocated, if not sold. If you bought one, would you feel slighted?
Wondering if Challenger owners follow any unwritten rule of waving to someone driving by in another Challenger?
Reason I ask is I just bought my first Challenger last week. I had a Corvette, which almost every Corvette owner waves to each other. Was very cool and felt like a tight group. So...
My lease for my 2018 T/A (5.7L) will end Nov 2020 and I wanted to see what the market will look like for Dodge (Challenger) during this pandemic in the next several months. I'm going to try and negotiate buying my lease at a discounted buyout or finance a new scat pack. I was seeing if anyone...
Well yesterday I traded in my baby. I hated to do it but the move from Oklahoma to Michigan was a major factor, and the dirt road we live on. I wouldn't drive it if it rained because our lane turns to a sloppy mess and I'd also have to wait 2-3 days for it to dry up, plus the winter it stayed in...