Dodge Challenger SE

The base model 2011 Dodge Challenger SE Chrysler launches new high-feature 3.6-liter V6 engine, packing 305 hp and 268 lb-ft of torque (compared with 290 horsepower under the hood of the Jeep Grand Cherokee with the same engine). The current five-speed automatic will continue Challenger will be released fuel economy 19 city, 26 highway miles per gallon.

Commensurate with a new engine blow, the challenger from the current base price $ 23,695 to $ 25,305 – an increase of $ 1,610.

The mid-level Challenger R / T remains relatively unchanged, but still in line for a higher sale price. The 2011 Challenger R / T will be a price increase of $ 31,610 to $ 32,770.

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Dodge Challenger SRT8 392


It is obvious, but the other two Detroit’s Big 3 do not differ from metric measurements on motors – even on their muscle cars. Ford Mustang 5.0? Blah! And you think Chrysler is run by the Italians in Fiat.


The car in question is the American Muscle Coupe ‘, the Dodge Challenger SRT8 392nd This is 392 as in the legendary 392-cubic-inch Hemi V-8 that produces 470 hp.


Granted, Dodge of nostalgic value here, but at least you talk to the measurements, the average American can understand that. Everyone remembers the big engines from the years 1960 and 1970 – the 289, 302 and 429 of Detroit’s Big 3

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Dodge Challenger RT



Chrysler has a remarkably good job keeping the 2011 models made, particularly from public view, except for a 2011 Dodge Challenger our spies and the interior, but the automaker discovered the efforts in keeping the Challenger specifications is a mystery different story.


Previously Left Lane caught wind of a report which detailed several NADA prices and basic information on some aspects of the powertrain lineup missing on the 2011 Challenger, but the report highlights some important information for the hardcore fans. Now, thanks to a leaked brochure produced by the Ontario Street Car, we know how much power will be wrapped in the all-new HEMI. Read more of this post