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2023 Dodge Challenger, Charger Orders Open, Prices Start From Low $30,000s

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The 2023 model year will be the last for the Dodge Challenger and Charger muscle cars as we currently know them. In addition to the normal variety of trims, the brand is adding seven special limited-edition versions for the cars’ final run. (We’ve seen six already, with the seventh and final special edition still to be revealed.) With prices starting under $35,000 and rising to more than $100,000 for some of the special editions, the Challenger and Charger have some of the widest price ranges of any vehicle currently on sale.

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Both the 2023 Challenger and Charger will be available in SXT, GT, R/T, R/T Scat Pack, Swinger Widebody, SRT Hellcat Jailbreak and SRT Hellcat Redeye Jailbreak trims. Additionally, the Challenger gets Shakedown, Shakedown Widebody, SRT Super Stock and Black Ghost trims, while the Charger gets Super Bee, Super Bee Widebody and King Daytona variants.

Full pricing (including a $1,595 destination fee) is below. Prices for the Hellcat and Super Stock models and special editions with the supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 include a gas guzzler tax. Interestingly, Hellcats see a slight decrease over the 2022 version, while pricing for other carryover trims remains unchanged.

2023 Challenger

  • SXT: $32,140
  • GT: $35,440
  • R/T: $40,980
  • R/T Scat Pack: $47,440
  • Shakedown: $65,185
  • Swinger Widebody: $67,785
  • Shakedown Widebody: $69,085
  • SRT Hellcat Jailbreak: $71,630 ($705 decrease)
  • SRT Hellcat Redeye Jailbreak: $80,235 ($705 decrease)
  • SRT Super Stock: $88,240
  • Black Ghost: $100,910

2023 Charger

  • SXT: $34,240
  • GT: $36,940
  • R/T: $43,980
  • Scat Pack: $50,340
  • Super Bee: $63,400
  • Super Bee Widebody: $68,895
  • Swinger Widebody: $71,285
  • SRT Hellcat Jailbreak Widebody: $79,935 ($1,105 decrease)
  • SRT Hellcat Redeye Jailbreak Widebody: $88,535 ($1,105 decrease)
  • King Daytona: $100,015

Both the SXT and GT trims can be equipped with optional all-wheel drive ($3,000 for the Challengers and Charger SXT, $3,600 for the Challenger GT). The Scat Packs and Challenger Hellcat variants are available in normal or Widebody. Making the R/T Scat Pack of your choice a Widebody will cost $5,995, while the Challenger Hellcats get wider for an extra $6,000 (all Charger Hellcats come standard with the Widebody). The cost of the Widebody for special edition models varies.

Ordering for the Challenger and Charger is now open, with “nearly all” 2023 models already allocated to Dodge dealerships around the country. Interested shoppers can go to DodgeGarage.com and search by location or specific trim or equipment to find their ideal Challenger or Charger and then contact the dealership(s) where it’s located.

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