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Just traded in my 16 B5 Scatpack for an 18 SRT Granite Challenger. As much as I loved my Scatpack, I wanted to get into a lower payment. I ended up leasing this time. Anyone entertaining an SRT, now is the time to do so. I looked into a Hellcat but my insurance rate was crazy high.

Essentially, I'm at $494+tax with $500 down, 36 months/10k miles a year. Can definitely noticed the upgraded suspension and can't go wrong with full leather.
 

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Just traded in my 16 B5 Scatpack for an 18 SRT Granite Challenger. As much as I loved my Scatpack, I wanted to get into a lower payment. I ended up leasing this time. Anyone entertaining an SRT, now is the time to do so. I looked into a Hellcat but my insurance rate was crazy high.

Essentially, I'm at $494+tax with $500 down, 36 months/10k miles a year. Can definitely noticed the upgraded suspension and can't go wrong with full leather.
Congrats on the car! I bet it was hard giving up the B5!!!
 

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Just traded in my 16 B5 Scatpack for an 18 SRT Granite Challenger. As much as I loved my Scatpack, I wanted to get into a lower payment. I ended up leasing this time. Anyone entertaining an SRT, now is the time to do so. I looked into a Hellcat but my insurance rate was crazy high.

Essentially, I'm at $494+tax with $500 down, 36 months/10k miles a year. Can definitely noticed the upgraded suspension and can't go wrong with full leather.
So that's what mine would look like with the newer/ lighter 5 spokes...

Looks great!
 

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Just traded in my 16 B5 Scatpack for an 18 SRT Granite Challenger. As much as I loved my Scatpack, I wanted to get into a lower payment. I ended up leasing this time. Anyone entertaining an SRT, now is the time to do so. I looked into a Hellcat but my insurance rate was crazy high.

Essentially, I'm at $494+tax with $500 down, 36 months/10k miles a year. Can definitely noticed the upgraded suspension and can't go wrong with full leather.
Congrats! Looks sharp. Did your insurance stay the same? And what transmission did you go with this time around?
 
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