There are 3 distinct trim levels of the 2011 Dodge Challenger: Base 2-door Coupe, R/T 2-door Coupe and SRT8 2-door Coupe. Each features a unique powertrain combination, and each is, in its own, a superior representation of traditional American muscle car badness! Invoice pricing for the new challengers ranges from 24 up to more than 40 thousand dollars with monthly payments between 500 and 800 dollars. Refined to degrees its pony brothers of yesteryear were never, the Challenger features excellent safety features, impressive fuel efficiency, amazing handling and more technology than you can even use.
The Base 2-door Coupe Dodge Challenger for 2011 is equipped with a very powerful 3.6L V6 engine that generates 305 horsepower and 268 lb-ft of torque with the help of a standard 5-speed automatic transmission. The R/T 2-door Coupe entices you with a 5.7L 376-horse V8 that twists out 410 lb-ft of torque with same 5-speed auto gearbox, only this time enhanced with sequential shift control technologies. And the most awesome SRT8 trim of the new Challenger will blow you out of your socks with its 6.4L 470-horsepower 470 lb-ft V8/6-speed manual tranny combo. All versions are rear wheel driven like any self-respecting muscle car will be.
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Standard equipment, depending on trim, of the 2011 Challenger from Dodge includes:
The 2011 Dodge Challenger (sort of) returns us all to simpler times when a man could be happy just knowing that his family was safe - and his car was well waxed. The Challenger is an impressive sport automotive advancement that's making a huge, welcomed comeback!