I think the red car looks better with the stripes than the header orange car they had at SEMA. Not the biggest fan of those stripes and I don't like the body color grill trim. Don't get me wrong, it wouldn't stop me from buying a shaker stripe delete car with dealer add RT Classic side stripes!Still got a few bugs. Not showing any interior options on the Anniversary R/T, or is the 730N standard on this model?
Really? Maybe prices vary by location. My 13 classic fully loaded with Heritage wheels stickered right around $38k with invoice closer to $36k. For fun I built a car on the Dodge website with shaker and my same options and it came out to $43k.Sticker on my 2013 R/T was over $40K.
That looks about right based on the website...so we're talking an extra $3k for the shaker, stripes and wheels.Mine has every option except the Harmon-Kardon and the Interior Appearance group. Stiker was around $40,909.00. It matched the price of the build program result really closely back in March or April.
My cervinis shaker was closer to $1800 painted and delivered. Installed myself. But that hood is fiberglass. You want a metal hood I agree that the new Mopar hood is the way to go.An aftermarket shaker runs 2K plus install and paint. Add stripes and wheels and it's a deal.
I am going to save up for a shaker. Wonder if the Mopar hood will be available OTC?
It doesn't look too different price wise It looks like to build my car as a 2014 it would be $40,125 as a classic or $41,560 as a shaker and I think the dealership with destination fee etc had it originally for sale at $41,499.00. I'm guessing that the sound group II and the interior appearance packages prices dropped or it could be that you can't order HID on the classic? I bought mine for $31,000 last month I'm assuming they were wanting to push out the end of the year inventory.Really? Maybe prices vary by location. My 13 classic fully loaded with Heritage wheels stickered right around $38k with invoice closer to $36k. For fun I built a car on the Dodge website with shaker and my same options and it came out to $43k.