Despite Dodge’s best attempts to prevent dealerships from drastically marking up its Dodge Hellcat and Dodge Demon cars, Carolina Chrysler Jeep Dodge in Lugoff, South Carolina is charging a $75,000 market adjustment, marking up the price of the car to a whopping $175,656.
It’s one thing to read about power or observe it—to understand its nature from a distance. But it’s a completely different thing to wield that power, and to have it threaten your very existence if you misuse it. That’s how the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody made me feel.
The Dodge Challenger Hellcat may make 707 horsepower, but on a casual drive through the city, the amount of power it actually uses tops off at Honda Accord numbers. We set out to test how much of the car’s 707 HP a driver actually uses, thanks to a handy meter on the dash.
Last week, in Jefferson County, Texas, a Dodge Challenger Hellcat was allegedly stolen and then involved in a high-speed police chase. The whole thing played out in a very Vanishing Point kind of way.
Natural disasters happen and they can absolutely ruin cars. Trees could fall on them. They could get swept away in floods. Forest fires could reduce them to ash. This tale, however, is one of hail, a Hellcat and a salvage title.
A 71-year-old driver and his 76-year-old passenger are dead after a 2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat they were in ran off a runway and careened over a ravine at the Central Colorado Regional Airport on Sunday. Authorities said the two, who had been given permission to drive on the runway, weren’t breaking any laws.
It has happened: some of the last great American sweethearts, the Dodge Challenger/Charger Hellcats, are being recalled.
Dodge has a problem. The hilarious 707-horsepower Challenger Hellcat is entering its fourth model year, and pretty much everybody who’s willing to spend $70,000 on one has one. And the 2018 Dodge Demon has stolen all the hype. The solution? Giant fender flares and even wider tires, baby. That’ll teach you to say…
On this day of our Dodge 7/07, we gather here today to celebrate all 707 horsepower of the mighty Hellcat engine along with its V10 friend in the Viper. Let us turn to the book of Toby, verse Keith: “This burnout shall be brought to you courtesy of the red, white and blue.” Amen.
Have you heard about this new car, this 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon? It has over 9,000 horsepower and everyone who drives it dies immediately, except for Richard Rawlings. That’s quite a machine! Amid all that hoopla, it’s easy to forget the humble Dodge Challenger Hellcat and its paltry 707 HP. This video will make…
In this week’s installment of dumbass with fast car does predictable thing, a Chicago man was arrested and had his car impounded for reportedly bringing his 707-horsepower Challenger Hellcat to speeds upwards of 160 mph.
There is a rumor floating around that the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will make a measly 757 horsepower. If this is true, this would be a huge letdown given the amount of hype Dodge has been generating for this car.
Dodge’s Hellcats may have a somewhat self-destructive anti-theft measure: they are so powerful three teens accused of driving over three hours to steal a pair of Challenger Hellcats were unable to make it more than a mile in their new cars. Yes, they crashed ‘em.
Could this be the world’s worst stanced Mopar? Could this be the work of Detroit’s worst alignment shop? Or could this actually be a prototype of Dodge’s new widebody ADR Challenger Hellcat?