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2015 Dodge Challenger SRT 392

2015 Dodge Challenger SRT 392 - 16,606 mi

San Antonio, TX - Listed 33 days ago
  • $9,708 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles , free CARFAX
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2016 Dodge Challenger R/T

2016 Dodge Challenger R/T - 55,928 mi

Bristol, WI - Listed 27 days ago
  • $4,522 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 2 positives , low miles , free CARFAX
$28,236
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  • 2018
    $33,244
  • 2019
    $34,584
  • 2020
    $39,974
  • 2021
    $44,295
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How can you save money on a used Dodge Challenger?

  • For Sale by Dealer

    $28,184
    $43,099 Savings

    For Sale by Owner

    $71,283
  • 6-Cylinder

    $22,698
    $11,853 Savings

    8-Cylinder

    $34,552
  • Automatic

    $27,136
    $6,988 Savings

    Manual

    $34,124

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Purple

$10,418Average Premium

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2016 Dodge Challenger SXT

2016 Dodge Challenger SXT - 17,198 mi

San Antonio, TX - Listed 33 days ago
  • $5,912 below market price
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2014 Dodge Challenger SXT

2014 Dodge Challenger SXT - 24,507 mi

Tempe, AZ - Listed 3 days ago
  • $5,110 below market price
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2018 Dodge Challenger SXT Plus

2018 Dodge Challenger SXT Plus - 11,031 mi

San Antonio, TX - Listed 33 days ago
  • $6,594 below market price
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2016 Dodge Challenger SXT

2016 Dodge Challenger SXT - 6,957 mi

San Antonio, TX - Listed 33 days ago
  • $5,802 below market price
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  • low miles , free CARFAX
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2018 Dodge Challenger SXT

2018 Dodge Challenger SXT - 28,535 mi

San Antonio, TX - Listed 33 days ago
  • $6,294 below market price
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  • low miles , free CARFAX
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2018 Dodge Challenger GT

2018 Dodge Challenger GT - 17,319 mi

Bristol, WI - Listed 98 days ago
  • $5,113 below market price
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  • 1-owner , low miles , free CARFAX
$33,481
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2010 Dodge Challenger R/T

2010 Dodge Challenger R/T - 46,400 mi

Portland, OR - Listed 8 days ago
  • $5,519 below market price
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  • low miles
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2017 Dodge Challenger R/T

2017 Dodge Challenger R/T - 20,306 mi

San Antonio, TX - Listed 33 days ago
  • $6,747 below market price
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  • low miles , free CARFAX
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2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392

2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 - 25,088 mi

San Antonio, TX - Listed 33 days ago
  • $6,602 below market price
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  • low miles , free CARFAX
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2013 Dodge Challenger Rallye Redline

2013 Dodge Challenger Rallye Redlin - 21,850 mi

Ottumwa, IA - Listed 3 days ago
  • $5,298 below market price
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  • low miles
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2020 Dodge Challenger SXT

2020 Dodge Challenger SXT - 998 mi

Houston, TX - Listed 58 days ago
  • $4,565 below market price
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  • 1-owner , low miles , free CARFAX
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2009 Dodge Challenger R/T

2009 Dodge Challenger R/T - 66,337 mi

West Palm Beach, FL - Listed 27 days ago
  • $3,388 below market price
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  • 1-owner , 4 positives , low miles , free CARFAX
$19,585
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2017 Dodge Challenger T/A 392

2017 Dodge Challenger T/A 392 - 23,463 mi

San Antonio, TX - Listed 33 days ago
  • $7,916 below market price
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  • low miles , free CARFAX
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2018 Dodge Challenger SXT

2018 Dodge Challenger SXT - 4,795 mi

San Antonio, TX - Listed 33 days ago
  • $5,327 below market price
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  • low miles , free CARFAX
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2015 Dodge Challenger SXT

2015 Dodge Challenger SXT - 45,033 mi

San Antonio, TX - Listed 33 days ago
  • $4,296 below market price
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  • low miles , free CARFAX
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2014 Dodge Challenger R/T

2014 Dodge Challenger R/T - 43,496 mi

San Antonio, TX - Listed 33 days ago
  • $4,899 below market price
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  • low miles , free CARFAX
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2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8

2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8 - 100,370 mi

San Antonio, TX - Listed 33 days ago
  • $3,994 below market price
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  • free CARFAX
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2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392

2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 - 13,819 mi

San Jose, CA - Listed 3 days ago
  • $5,550 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 4 positives , low miles , free CARFAX
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2012 Dodge Challenger Rallye Redline

2012 Dodge Challenger Rallye Redlin - 58,365 mi

Anniston, AL - Listed 15 days ago
  • $4,585 below market price
  • low miles , free CARFAX
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Used Dodge Challenger Pricing

Average Price
$36,447
For a used Dodge Challenger
Average Savings
$2,187
Based on all Challenger deals found
Biggest Savings
$13,507
Below estimated market price
Good Deal
$32,532
Typical price of a good deal
Year Price Mileage
2021 $39,874 to $49,205 1,000 to 10,493 miles
2020 $34,705 to $46,042 1,000 to 25,212 miles
2019 $29,411 to $40,666 2,234 to 45,532 miles
2018 $28,401 to $38,912 6,500 to 58,695 miles

How to save money when buying a used Dodge Challenger ?

Seller Type Save $43,099 when you buy a Challenger from a dealer vs a Dodge Challenger for sale by owner
Engine A 6-Cylinder Challenger costs $11,853 less than a 8-Cylinder
Transmission Buying a Dodge Challenger with automatic transmission instead of a stick shift can save you $6,988
Drive Type An all-wheel drive (AWD) Dodge Challenger can be priced $2,471 less than a RWD
Certified Choosing Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vs non-CPO can save you $91 on a Dodge Challenger

Dodge Challenger Rankings vs. the Competition

(Based on Last 5 Years' Data)
#1 - Best acceleration
#1 - Safest
#1 - Most spacious
#2 - Most horsepower
#3 - Most cargo room
#5 - Kept longest
#6 - Longest-lasting
#8 - Most leg room
#10 - Most fuel-efficient
#10 - Greenest

Dodge Challenger Model Review

The Dodge Challenger is a 2-door rear-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive coupe. While originally introduced in 1970, the modern Challenger debuted in 2008, with a facelift for the 2015 model year. Recent models cost between $21,686 and $59,990.

Dodge Challenger Pros

  • Attractive, retro-inspired styling
  • Available with rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive
  • Wide range of engines, including a very potent 807-horsepower supercharged V8
Dodge Challenger Cons
  • “Classic” design with minimal styling updates in 13 years
  • Larger size and weight somewhat limits handling dynamics
  • Second row access is challenging, though second row space is surprisingly good

How Fast is a Dodge Challenger?

The Dodge Challenger is a very fast car. In Hellcat Redeye trim it can go from 0 – 60 mph in 3.5 seconds on the way to a 10.5-second quarter-mile and a top speed of 203 mph – the fastest top speed of any high-volume production car.

How Much Horsepower Does a Dodge Challenger Have?

The Dodge Challenger is available with multiple engine choices offering a wide range of horsepower ratings. Starting with the SXT’s 3.6-liter V6 at 305 hp all the way to the SRT Super Stock’s 807 hp and beyond. Here’s the full rundown: 
  • SXT, GT: 305 hp
  • RT, RT Scat Pack: 375 hp
  • RT Scat Pack Widebody: 485 hp
  • SRT Hellcat, SRT Hellcat Widebody: 717 hp
  • SRT Hellcat Redeye, SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody: 797 hp
  • SRT Super Stock: 807 hp
  • SRT Demon: 808 hp (pump gas)/840 hp (race gas)

Is a Dodge Challenger a Sports Car or Muscle Car?

The Dodge Challenger is a muscle car with some genuine sports car attributes. The Challenger’s big strength is straight-line acceleration, and that’s where muscle cars excel. But the Challenger can surprise with responsive handling and road-holding ability, especially in all-wheel-drive versions (available on SXT and GT models).

What is the Fastest Dodge Challenger?

The fastest variant of the Dodge Challenger (so far) was the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. It was capable of going from 0 – 60 mph in 2.3 seconds on the way to a 9.65-second quarter-mile. It is officially governed to 168 mph (the highest its tires allow), though the governor is removed with the installation of the “Demon Crate” engine control module, allowing the Demon to hit 203 mph. The SRT Super Stock is not as quick at lower speeds, but it isn’t governed from the factory, so it can also hit a 203-mph top speed – the highest of any production car. 

Current Dodge Challenger, 2015–Present: 

While the Challenger continued to use the same basic configuration in 2015 and beyond, Dodge made big changes and upgrades to the muscle car’s engine, transmission, technology, and interior, and even added more trim lines. The Challenger rides on the same wheelbase and uses many of the same body panels as it has since 2008, though the styling has been tweaked, upgraded, modernized and improved. Materials and execution on the interior were elevated to a higher level of quality in 2015, and the whole car took on a much sharper, more premium air. 

Challenger’s engine selection expanded in 2015, and continued to expand as high-performance models were added. The base engine, found in the SXT and GT, is a 3.6-liter V6 (305 hp/268 lb-ft of torque) with an eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive. All-wheel drive is available with the V6. The RT gets a 5.7-liter V8 (375 hp/410 lb-ft of torque). The RT Scat Pack and RT Scat Pack Widebody come with a 6.4-liter V8 (485 hp/475 lb-ft of torque). The SRT Hellcat and SRT Hellcat Widebody come with a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 (717 hp/656 lb-ft of torque). The SRT Hellcat Redeye and SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody are packed with a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 as well (797 hp/707 lb-ft of torque). The SRT Super Stock gets the same engine, but it’s tuned to deliver 807 hp.

The SXT, GT, SRT Hellcat Redeye, SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody, and SRT Super Stock all come with an eight-speed automatic transmission as standard equipment. The automatic is optional on the RT, RT Scat Pack, SRT Hellcat, and SRT Hellcat Widebody, each of which comes with a standard six-speed manual transmission. All of the Challenger models are RWD only, except for SXT and GT, which have optional AWD.

Dodge made an even more potent version of the Challenger for a limited run of 3,300 units for the 2018 model year: The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. It could squeeze 840 hp out of its supercharged 6.2-liter V8, and came with a “Demon Crate” of options to transform it from a street car to a drag strip car that could literally lift its front wheels off the ground at launch. Shop for the 2015-current Dodge Challenger

2015–Current Dodge Challenger Trim Levels: 

SXT: the base Challenger with a 3.6-liter V6 and an eight-speed automatic transmission with RWD or optional AWD, cloth sport seats with 8-way power adjustment in the front row, 17-inch Fine Silver wheels (RWD)/19-inch Satin Carbon wheels (AWD), 6-speaker Uconnect 4 audio system with 7.0-inch touchscreen display (RWD)/8.4-inch display (AWD) 

GT: cloth performance seats, six-speaker premium Alpine audio system with the Uconnect 4/8.4-inch touchscreen system, 20-inch Satin Carbon wheels. 

R/T: 5.7-liter HEMI V8, RWD only, six-speed manual transmission (eight-speed automatic optional)

R/T Scat Pack/R/T Scat Pack Widebody: 6.4-liter V8 with a six-speed manual transmission (eight-speed automatic optional) and RWD, Scat Pack logo on the cloth performance seats, 20 x 9-inch Forged Low-Gloss Granite wheels, Widebody adds 3.5-inch fender flares to accommodate 20 x 11-inch wide wheels 

SRT Hellcat/ SRT Hellcat Widebody: supercharged 6.2-liter V8 with 717 hp, a six-speed manual transmission (eight-speed automatic optional), heated and ventilated Laguna leather seats with the Hellcat logo, 20 x 9.5-inch Carbon Black wheels for the Hellcat, 20 x 11-inch Carbon Black wheels for the Widebody.

SRT Hellcat Redeye/ SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody: supercharged 6.2-liter V8 with 797 hp, eight-speed automatic only, lightweight Carbon Black wheels (20 x 9.5-inch for Redeye/20 x 11-inch for Redeye Widebody). 

SRT Super Stock: SRT-tuned version of the Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody, 807 hp, uniquely-tuned Bilstein adaptive suspension, Brembo brakes, 18 x 11.0-inch Low-Gloss Granite wheels, Nitto street-legal drag radials. 

SRT Demon: 808 hp on premium fuel, 840 hp on 100-octane racing fuel, originally offered with $1 optional “Demon Crate” with hardware, software, and tools to transform the Demon from street car to dragster track car, 2018 model year only, 3,300 examples built for U.S. and Canada

Running Changes to the 2015–Present Dodge Challenger:

2015: Substantial exterior and interior refresh, marked cabin materials upgrade, new Torqueflight eight-speed automatic transmission, the debut of SRT Hellcat trim level, personalization options include body stripes and hood stripes, keyless entry and push-button start added

2016: Adds all-new Blacktop Appearance Group with gloss and satin black body accents, 20-inch wheels

2017: Adds T/A and T/A 392 models, active exhaust now standard on all HEMI V8 models, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto now standard with Uconnect 4 with 8.4-inch touchscreen

2018: Adds SRT Demon model, production limited to 3,300 examples, add SRT Widebody to trim levels, Parkview rear backup camera now standard on all models

2019: Adds SRT Hellcat Redeye to the lineup, Widebody option to R/T Scat Pack, SRT Drive Modes and SRT Performance pages standard on R/T Scat Pack, bee logo to front seat embroidery on Scat Pack models

2020: Adds SRT Super Stock trim, Limited-production 50th Anniversary Edition on GT RWD, R/T, R/T Scat Pack, and R/T Scat Pack Widebody, new wheels and finishes, new instrument panel badges, stitched dash, and upper door panels on all leather-equipped models

2021: New instrument panel on SRT Hellcat and Redeye, memory feature for driver’s seat, steering column, side mirrors, and radio presets available

Used Dodge Challenger, 2008–2014: 

The Dodge Challenger is a two-door pony car, a coupe that can only be called a muscle car. It was designed to echo the original Dodge Challenger of 1970 – 1974, Dodge’s answer to the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro. Dodge slapped the Challenger name on a Mitsubishi import from 1978 – 1983, but enthusiasts would prefer to forget about that model. The new Challenger is a retro cool muscle car, and has evolved over the years since its rebirth as a fun, often outrageous coupe with broad appeal.

In its first year, the Challenger launched with a high-performance SRT8 model packed with a 6.1-liter HEMI V8 engine (425 hp/420 lb-ft of torque) hooked to a five-speed automatic transmission with rear-wheel drive. Dodge quickly added more accessible trim levels in the second year of production, with the SE and R/T trim levels joining the SRT8 for 2009. The SE used a 3.5-liter V6 (250 hp/250 lb-ft of torque) with a four-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive, while the R/T got a 5.7-liter HEMI V8 (376 hp/410 lb-ft of torque) with a five-speed automatic or available six-speed manual transmission and rear-wheel drive. SRT8 gets the option of a pistol-grip six-speed manual transmission with Track Pak of options included. 

In 2011, a host of changes and upgrades followed, including the upgrade to the new 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 (305 hp/268 lb-ft of torque), the addition of Rallye, R/T Classic, R/T Plus, and SRT8 392 trim levels. The SRT 392 brings a new 392 cubic-inch (6.4-liter) SRT HEMI V8 (470 hp/470 lb-ft of torque). Dodge played around with the trim levels between 2011 and 2015, but the defining factor for the Challenger was always its engine. The higher the trim level, the bigger and more powerful the engine under the hood. 

While the Challenger’s exterior was widely praised for its modern interpretation of classic muscle car style, its interior was not admired as broadly. The dash was rather plain and uninspired, lacking the clever design of the exterior. In-dash technology began to creep into the Challenger between 2011 and 2014, following the path of the engines – the higher trim levels received more standard and available tech, in line with the increased engine output. Shop for the 2008-2014 Dodge Challenger

2008–2014 Dodge Challenger Trim Levels: 

SE: 3.5-liter V6 with four-speed automatic transmission and RWD, changes to 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 in 2011, 17-inch aluminum wheels, keyless entry and Uconnect

SXT: Base Challenger name beginning in 2012

Rallye: added in 2011 with a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, 18-inch polished and painted aluminum wheels, 12-way power driver’s seat, heated front seats and mirrors

SXT Plus: New name for Rallye beginning in 2012

R/T: 5.7-liter HEMI V8 with five-speed automatic transmission, 18-inch aluminum wheels, chrome fuel filler door, fog lamps, body-color rear spoiler, dual exhaust, leather-trim steering wheel and shift knob, 4-wheel antilock brakes, folding heated exterior mirrors, body-colored rear spoiler

R/T Classic: added in 2011, Includes dual R/T bodyside stripes, Xenon HID headlamps, functional hood scoop, script badge, and 20-inch forged polished aluminum wheels 

Rallye Redline: 2013 package to add on top of SXT Plus models, includes 20-inch Black Chrome aluminum wheels, rear body-color spoiler, Red center hood-to-tail stripe, paddle shifters 

R/T Plus: added in 2011 with all of the R/T features, plus HID headlights, 20-inch chrome clad aluminum wheels, hood-to-fender stripe

R/T Blacktop: 2013 package to add on top of R/T Plus models, includes 20-inch Black Chrome aluminum wheels, rear body-color spoiler, matte charcoal/red center hood-to-tail stripe, black grille, black fuel-filler door 

SRT8: 6.1-liter SRT HEMI V8 with five-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission, 20-inch SRT polished aluminum wheels, Brembo brakes, Electronic Vehicle Information Center with performance display screens, heated leather seats, 180-mph speedo, 6-speaker Media Center touch-screen audio 

SRT8 392: Replaces SRT8 in 2011, first 1,100 examples are branded “SRT8 392 Inaugural Edition”, new 392 cubic-inch SRT8 HEMI V8 (470 hp/470 lb-ft of torque).  

Running Changes to the 2008 – 2014 Dodge Challenger:

2008: All-new Dodge Challenger launches with SRT8 model with 425 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque, 6,400 examples produced, wearing HEMI Orange, Bright Silver Metallic, or Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl paint. 

2009: Adds SE and R/T models to the lineup, SE equipped with 3.6-liter V6 with a four-speed automatic, R/T with 5.7-liter HEMI V8 with a five-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission, SRT8 adds six-speed manual transmission option, special edition SE Rallye and R/T Classic added mid-year

2010: Adds Super Track Pack option with 20-inch Goodyear Eagle F1 Super Car tires, self-leveling shock absorbers, larger rear stabilizer bar, 3.06 rear axle ratio, performance brake linings, and ESC-off stability calibration 

2011: Adds SRT8 392 model with 470 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque added, 3.6 Pentastar V6 engine debuts in SE with 305 hp and 268 lb-ft of torque

2012: Adds new 18-speaker Harman Kardon audio with 900 watts available, steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters available on SXT Plus and R/T

2013: Adds Rallye Redline (based on SXT Plus) and R/T Blacktop (based on R/T and R/T Plus), improved Garmin navigation now available

2014: Adds Challenger 100th Anniversary Edition models based on SXT Plus and R/T Plus models, adds R/T Redline based on R/T Plus, new power sunroof available, Uconnect 430 with 6.5-inch touchscreen available

Dodge Challenger versus the Competition

Dodge Challenger versus Dodge Charger

The Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger share platforms and numerous mechanical parts. The current versions of these cars draw on the heritage of Dodge cars from the 1960s and 1970s, with retro-inspired styling and a macho swagger. The Dodge Challenger is a 2-door coupe, a pony car participant in the muscle car wars. The modern Dodge Charger is a 4-door sedan with about 11 more cubic feet of passenger volume. The Charger’s trunk is a little bigger (16.5 cubic feet vs. 16.2 cubic feet), and its second row is much roomier than the Challenger’s. 

Dodge Challenger versus Ford Mustang

The Ford Mustang was the original pony car, and has been in continuous production since 1964. The Challenger can’t help but be compared to the Mustang, and in some ways outdoes it. The Challenger has a bigger trunk, a roomier second row, and is larger overall than the Mustang. When it comes to performance, the top performance models of the Challenger have more horsepower, torque, top speed, and quickness than the Mustang. The mainstream Challenger and Mustang models are pretty evenly matched when it comes to handling, though higher performance versions of the Mustang, including the GT350 and GT500, definitely have an advantage over the Challenger when circulating a road course. Both vehicles have great street cred and are fun to drive in all trim levels. 

Dodge Challenger versus Chevrolet Camaro

The Chevrolet Camaro, like the Dodge Challenger, is a pony car that was produced in reaction to the success of the Ford Mustang. The Camaro had a gap in production after a run from 1967 to 2002, but roared back in 2010 after the Mustang regained popularity in the early 2000s. The Camaro has a tiny trunk, a cramped second row, and horrible sightlines, a stark contrast to the Challenger’s roomy trunk, comfortable second row, and reasonable sightlines. The Challenger’s top speed, quickness, horsepower, and torque outdo the Camaro’s top figures in the performance models. 

Dodge Challenger versus Hellcat

The Hellcat is a trim level of the Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger, and Dodge Durango. The current Challenger is available in SRT Hellcat, SRT Hellcat Widebody, SRT Hellcat Redeye, and SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody trims. The current Dodge Charger is available in SRT Hellcat Widebody trim, and the current Dodge Durango is available in SRT Hellcat trim. The Hellcat engine is a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 putting out 707 – 797 hp, depending on the application. The trim level is bundled with all sorts of performance enhancements, special wheels, SRT pages on the infotainment system, exterior and interior badging, and other special equipment.

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Average car color pricing for a used Dodge Challenger ?

Rank Color Compared to Avg Price
1 Silver $2,232 Savings
2 Gray $1,676 Savings
3 White $1,060 Savings
4 Black $648 Savings
5 Red $1,246 Higher
6 Blue $1,512 Higher
7 Orange $2,981 Higher
8 Green $3,085 Higher
9 Yellow $3,876 Higher
10 Purple $10,418 Higher

What Dodge Challenger color has the best resale value ?

Price differences by car color compared to the average price of a used Dodge Challenger

What is the best time to buy a used Dodge Challenger ?

Good times to buy
- Save $272 on average: January, February, September, October, November, December are good times to buy to find the best prices.
Good times to sell
- Make an extra $269 on average: March, April, May, June, July, August are good times to sell to get the best prices

Used Dodge Challenger for Sale Statistics

  • 10,511 cars for sale found, starting at $6,795
  • Average price for Used Dodge Challenger: $36,447
  • 1,722 deals found. Average savings of $2,187
  • Save up to $13,507 below estimated market price

What's the price of a Used Dodge Challenger Coupe by year?

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Top Cities Average Price
San Antonio $32,930
Houston $34,315
Los Angeles $34,756
Dallas $34,823
Phoenix $35,311
Washington $35,837
Baltimore $36,107
Denver $36,436
New York $36,508
Miami $37,955
Atlanta $38,579
West Palm Beach $38,966
Chicago $39,618
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What colors are the best deals for a Dodge Challenger ?

Least Expensive Color
Silver $2,232Average Savings
Most Expensive Color
Purple $10,418Average Premium
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What Is The Average Price Of A Used Dodge Challenger By Model Year?

Year Average Price Deals Listings
2021 Dodge Challenger for Sale $47,162 Save $8,400 on 94 deals 1,832 listings
2020 Dodge Challenger for Sale $46,635 Save $8,404 on 181 deals 1,320 listings
2019 Dodge Challenger for Sale $40,275 Save $13,507 on 271 deals 2,041 listings
2018 Dodge Challenger for Sale $37,181 Save $18,217 on 333 deals 2,216 listings
2017 Dodge Challenger for Sale $33,630 Save $11,833 on 186 deals 1,011 listings
2016 Dodge Challenger for Sale $34,572 Save $9,902 on 305 deals 1,343 listings
2015 Dodge Challenger for Sale $31,026 Save $9,708 on 247 deals 1,169 listings
1970 Dodge Challenger for Sale $115,900 - 4 listings

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Price of Used Dodge Challenger in top 10 Cities

Average Price Deals Listings
Dodge Challenger in Houston $34,054 Save $9,180 on 118 deals 531 listings
Dodge Challenger in Atlanta $38,447 Save $6,554 on 71 deals 515 listings
Dodge Challenger in Dallas $35,183 Save $6,548 on 84 deals 522 listings
Dodge Challenger in Chicago $39,618 Save $7,001 on 90 deals 444 listings
Dodge Challenger in Miami $37,648 Save $8,117 on 44 deals 324 listings
Dodge Challenger in Los Angeles $34,756 Save $6,229 on 122 deals 783 listings
Dodge Challenger in Philadelphia $38,795 Save $6,197 on 40 deals 388 listings
Dodge Challenger in San Antonio $32,057 Save $9,708 on 40 deals 186 listings
Dodge Challenger in Phoenix $35,411 Save $7,060 on 61 deals 415 listings
Dodge Challenger in Orlando $36,247 Save $8,404 on 27 deals 303 listings

Average Price of Used Dodge Challenger Trims

Trim Average Price Listings Specs
Used Dodge Challenger SXT
(2012-2020)
$25,836 3,510 Listings
Body Style Coupe
Drive Train AWD, RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Dodge Challenger R/T
(2009-2020)
$33,818 3,199 Listings
Body Style Coupe
Drive Train RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack
(2015-2020)
$44,553 1,189 Listings
Body Style Coupe
Drive Train RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Dodge Challenger GT
(2017-2020)
$33,773 904 Listings
Body Style Coupe
Drive Train AWD, RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat
(2015-2020)
$61,761 650 Listings
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Test Drive Reviews

2016 Dodge Challenger

The late sixties and early seventies were a golden age for U.S. automakers and those who loved performance. American Motors, Chrysler, Ford, and General Motors were producing muscle cars at a fast rate to one-up another and fulfill a growing demand from buyers. From small pony cars to large luxury coupes, there was a muscle car to fit your needs. But the advent of emission standards and gas crisis in the mid-seventies caused sales of muscle cars to drop and automakers to scrap future plans. It seemed this era would never return.

But the mid-2000's saw a resurrection of muscle cars with Chevrolet bringing back the Camaro, Dodge reintroducing the Challenger, and Ford adding a bit of retro styling to the Mustang. It wouldn't be too long before the arms race would crank back up with the three brands introducing faster and powerful versions of their muscle cars. But they made sure the base models equipped with V6 engines offered excellent performance while meeting stricter emission regulations. Last year, Dodge introduced a new V6 and eight-speed automatic for the Challenger that promised improved performance and fuel economy. Let's see if it does.

2015 Dodge Challenger




Nothing speaks to the all-American automotive enthusiast like the Dodge Challenger. It represents the ultimate in kick-butt, no holds barred, loud exhaust rumble, all horsepower muscle car among the pretenders.




Over forty years ago, Dodge jumped in the PonyCar race to face off against the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro. Chrysler already had the Plymouth Barracuda to do that, so they positioned the slightly longer Challenger against the Pontiac Firebird and Mercury Cougar. Back then, Dodge was seen as a slightly more upscale brand. However, the Challenger's legend grew equally with the Barracuda up until its demise in 1974.




It was not until 2008 when the Challenger returned to the marketplace. This time, it was built on a shortened version of the rear-drive LX platform - the Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300, if you are keeping score. However, Chrysler fashioned a look that was right out of 1970. There were modern considerations for bumper impact rules, lighting heights and other safety standards that did not exist four decades ago. As with its predecessor, the Challenger attracted a loyal following, thanks to the return of the HEMI in a modern 5.7liter V8 and a larger SRT-tuned version that cleared 400 horsepower. Go to any Mopar meet and it will have a huge number of modern Challengers - some with even more horsepower than stock.




For 2015, the "Chally" is revised inside and out. The grille and rear end is now reminiscent of the 1971 model - split grille inserts and tail lights. The biggest changes are in the instrument panel to accommodate the UConnect Touch screen. The lineup has been shuffled, offering the old SRT engine - the 6.4liter HEMI "392" V8 to models, making room for the 707-horsepower 6.2liter supercharged V8 on the SRT "Hellcat." Our tester was the R/T "Scat Pack," with the 485-horsepower 6.4liter V8.




The previous Challengers were indeed a blast from the past. This revised model packs loads of promise, along with massive power. However, is this modern PonyCar the kind of car you can take on a curvy canyon road as you would on a straight one?


2013 Dodge Challenger

The 2013 Dodge Challenger sporty car is a competitor to the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro muscle cars. The Challenger is larger than its competitors and is the only one of the three that can seat five (the others only seat four). With its aggressive and retro exterior design, the Challenger is all about attitude, and, especially in SRT8 trim, it is a thrill to drive. The Challenger in any trim makes a great daily driver and has a huge trunk to boot.

How much is a Dodge Challenger?

Dodge Challenger

  • A new Dodge Challenger's average price is $39,996 and the price range is $27,865 to $59,396
  • A 3-year-old used Dodge Challenger's average price is $35,491 with a price range of $22,998 to $62,985

See below for the average Dodge Challenger price across model years.

Dodge Challenger   2016-2021   $35,699
Dodge Challenger   2011-2016   $24,199
Dodge Challenger   2006-2011  

The average price for a 3-year-old used sports car is $35,412, with the Dodge Challenger's price typically $79 above average for this vehicle type.

Are Dodge Challengers reliable?

Dodge Challenger

  • The Dodge Challenger is the 7th most reliable vehicle in the sports car category, with a reliability score of 8.
  • Approximately 4.8% of all Dodge Challengers on the road have reached 100,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 8.7% for the sports car category
  • The best-ranked sports car for reliability is the Hyundai Genesis Coupe

See below for the reliability scores of various cars in the sports car category:

Hyundai Genesis Coupe   8.5
Ford Mustang Coupe   8.5
Mazda MX-5 Miata   8.5
Ford Mustang Convertible   8.5
Chevrolet Camaro Coupe   8.4
Nissan 370Z Coupe   8.0
Dodge Challenger   8.0
Chevrolet Corvette Convertible   8.0
Scion FR-S   7.9
Chevrolet Camaro Convertible   7.7
Chevrolet Corvette Coupe   7.7
Nissan 370Z Convertible   7.7
MINI Coupe   7.7
Subaru BRZ   7.5
MINI Roadster   6.8
Hyundai Veloster N   6.5
Ford GT   6.2
Dodge Viper   5.9
Nissan GT-R   5.8
FIAT 124 Spider   5.5
Toyota 86   5.5
Mazda MX-5 Miata RF   5.5

Is the Dodge Challenger a good car?

Dodge Challenger

  • The Dodge Challenger earns an ISC quality score of 8.0 based on its reliability, value retention and safety ratings.
  • The Dodge Challenger is ranked 4th in quality in the sports car category, with the Chevrolet Camaro Coupe ranked just above it and the Hyundai Genesis Coupe ranked just below it
  • The best-ranked sports car for quality is the Ford Mustang Coupe

See our full list of the Best Sports Cars.

Is the Dodge Challenger safe?

Dodge Challenger

  • The latest Dodge Challenger's 5-star NHTSA-based safety rating ranks it #1 for safety in the sports car category
  • The Dodge Challenger's rating has averaged 5.0 stars over the past 10 years
  • The Dodge Challenger's individual crash test scores for 2021 are listed below:
    • Frontal Crash -- 4
    • Side Crash -- 5
    • Rollover -- 4
These scores are based on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests.

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