Dodge builds the Challenger coupe in seven trims, each with different standard content levels: SXT, GT, R/T, R/T Scat Pack, SRT Hellcat, SRT Hellcat Redeye, and SRT Super Stock.
Pricing starts at around $28,500 for the SXT model. It's the entry-level choice but comes with a well-rounded set of comfort and convenience features, as well as a fuel-efficient V6 engine. It includes details like dual-zone climate control, a sport-tuned suspension, alloy wheels, a backup camera, automatic headlamps, cloth-trimmed seats, push-button start, a 6.0-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. It is available with all-wheel-drive (AWD).
The GT has all of the SXT's features, plus sportier seats, a remote engine starter, universal garage door opener, fog lamps, 20-inch wheels, and rear parking sensors. It costs about $31,500, and AWD is optional.
The R/T increases the Challenger's sporty driving dynamics significantly, thanks mainly to a Hemi V8 engine. The $35,000 coupe also includes things like a limited-slip differential, a performance exhaust, and a manual transmission.
The $40,500 R/T Scat Pack has a more powerful V8 and is available with more aggressive widebody styling. Brembo brakes, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, premium audio, and in-car WiFi are standard.
Stepping up to the SRT models adds a supercharged V8 that offers impressive acceleration and speed. These models also come with numerous performance upgrades like larger brakes and an adaptive suspension. Pricing ranges from $59,000-$83,000 before options.