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2015 Dodge Challenger Overview

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America’s muscle car of choice, the Dodge Challenger, is back and badder than ever in 2015. Powerful and overflowing with energy, the 2015 Dodge Challenger puts the muscle in muscle car. Delivering an impressive performance of horsepower, the Challenger lives up to its name, ready to meet any challenge head on.

2015 Dodge Challenger What's New

What’s New for the 2015 Dodge Challenger?

While the Challenger’s basic engineering and appearance have not been altered, 2015 introduces the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. This powerhouse is capable of 707 horsepower with its Hemi V8 engine, making the Challenger more powerful than ever before.

2015 Dodge Challenger Exterior

2015 Dodge Challenger Exterior

The 2015 Dodge Challenger retains its iconic and classic design, which emphasizes its feats of strength. Solar Control Glass and Rear Window Defrosters ensure for a safer drive in any condition. Automatic projector headlamps light the way for the muscle car. With a width of 75.7” and a length of 197.7”, the 2015 Challenger is a behemoth amongst cars.

2015 Dodge Challenger Performance

2015 Dodge Challenger Performance

Above all else, the Challenger is a leader in its class for performance. The Dodge Challenger has long been considered the most powerful muscle car of its kind, and the 2015 Dodge Challenger continues the legacy. The Challenger can come equipped with a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 engine, capable of 375 horsepower, or a 6.4-literHemi V8 engine, capable of 485 horsepower. However, the true paragon of engines is the Supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi SRT Hellcat V8 Engine, standard on the SRT Hellcat Challenger. This mechanical mammoth of an engine is capable of an earth-shattering 707 horsepower and incredible 650 lb-ft torque.

2015 Dodge Challenger Efficiency

2015 Dodge Challenger Efficiency

The Dodge Challenger is capable of impressive feats of efficiency for a performance vehicle of its size. Most models are capable of a 15/23 City/Highway mpg. The SXT and SXT Plus trims are able to achieve an even more impressive 19/30 City/Highway mpg, establishing new limits for the Challenger’s efficiency.

2015 Dodge Challenger Interior

2015 Dodge Challenger Interior

A roomy ride awaits drivers in the 2015 Dodge Challenger. And inside the cabin is a collection of convenience features. Integrated voice command with Bluetooth allows for more convenient communication in the Challenger. Uconnect Access is also available for the Dodge Challenger. Dual-Zone Automatic Temperature Control keeps drivers cool in their cool new ride.

2015 Dodge Challenger Safety

2015 Dodge Challenger Safety

The 2015 Dodge Challenger, which earned a Five-Star NHTSA safety rating, is as safe as it looks, thanks to a number of standard safety features. All speed traction control assist with vehicle stability. Ready alert braking reduces the stopping distance for a more graceful stop. Coupled with rain brake support during stormy weather, drivers can ease their minds knowing that the Challenger is capable of a safe stop every time.

  • Edward Cullen

    Let’s add black wheels to the list of cheap looking style trends that are so popular these days. Understand that they’re trying to look ‘bada$$’ but it just looks bad. Rollin’ on dubs with tire sidewalls that are the same thickness as a rubber band is just stupid.

  • YUP. So safe. Especially with the 700+HP version. Makes sense. The more HP the safer the vehicle? Makes one ponder the justifications of terminology and interpretations of a word: safety. Onward through the fog. What was that I read about pot lately? Oh yah. Pot is now legal in all of its forms of presentation for consumption. Cookies, muffins, tea etc. I guess there may be a problem with all things, whereby no one is willing to make any purposeful prediction as to what really is. Safer with 700+HP ? Who is smoking what? Besides those rubber band tires?