Price: $25,800

Year 2020




Drivetrain RWD

Transmission AUTOMATIC

Engine V6, 3.6 LITER

Mileage 47,284

Doors 2

Exterior Color BLACK

Interior Color BLACK


Stock No. 5015

Vehicle Equipment

Vehicle Description

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Its performance is ahead of its time, but the 2020 Challenger’s looks are all yesteryears. The coupe is a throwback to 1970s—minus the bellbottoms. The big Dodge coupe oozes cool, with muscle car looks that don’t age. Despite the coupe’s relative age among new cars, it’s still a looker. The Challenger’s wide, deeply set grille and headlights are direct throwbacks, and its wide haunches hint at performance that the Challenger delivers in every configuration. An available Widebody version is more macho still, and on top of looking cooler, the wider tires are even more helpful. 

We arrived at peak horsepower in cars like the 2020 Dodge Challenger.  With up to 797 horsepower available, the coupe rivals cars that cost 3 to 30 times more.  It’s an 8 for performance because although its power is prolific, so is its weight. Or, more simply: The 2020 Challenger goes gangbusters in a straight line. 

The Challenger would flex an Excel spreadsheet in raw data, so here’s the short of the long. 

Dodge starts with a 3.6-liter V-6 in the Challenger SXT and Challenger GT versions, and they most often make 305 hp and 268 lb-ft. Sent through an 8-speed automatic transmission, the SXT and GT versions power the rear or optionally all four wheels. It’s enough power to satisfy most buyers, but also just enough to whet appetites for a V-8, too. 

The Challenger’s V-8 menu starts with a 5.7-liter available in R/Ts that makes 375 hp and 410 lb-ft. That power is sent through a 6-speed manual or optional 8-speed automatic toward the rear wheels only. There’s enough satisfying twist, but the R/T’s best trick is its deep burble. 

The R/T Scat Pack swaps in a lusty 6.4-liter V-8 (392 cubic inches, hence the badges) that makes 485 hp and 476 lb-ft, which is mated to a 6-speed manual or 8-speed auto. Acceleration is a blur: just 4.4 seconds to 60 mph in the R/T Scat Pack. A dragstrip ready version of the R/T Scat Pack is called the 1320—it’ll run a quarter-mile in less than 12 seconds. 

The Challenger shares its bones with the Charger sedan, so good space for passengers is baked into the coupe’s formula. The front seats are spacious and thickly padded—it’s easily one of the most comfortable cars to drive for long distances for big bodies. Smaller folks might slide around a little during spirited drives; consider it a call for more cheeseburgers. 

*This vehicle is Certified Pre-Owned and is eligible for our third party warranty program. 


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