It’s no secret; the Dodge Challenger has been a muscle car icon since it hit the scene back in 1970. Over the years, the car has gotten meaner, leaner, and faster. Fast-forward to 2020, and you have a car that starts at just $27,995. The 2020 Challenger brings a ton to the table that many other brands are trying to capture right now; retro-styling, state-of-the-art technology, and the perfect amount of power for each trim level – in fact, for 2020, there are a total of 9 trim levels to choose from.

Starting from the bottom of the pricing list with a V6 SXT, you’re going to get the look of power without the muscle. So if you’re looking for a stunning vehicle for a reasonable price tag – this is the way to go. Adding the AWD option will add a bit to the overall cost, but trust me, it’s worth it.

When you jump up a step or two to the R/T or R/T Scat Pack – you gain the power of a genuine HEMI engine, the swagger of a muscle car, and the upgraded interior features you’d have to drop a significant amount of money on to get in lower trims. From heated and cooled seats to the newest 8.4″ UConnect touch-screen display, we’re talking luxury features in a beast of a vehicle.

2020 Dodge Challenger aerial view

Now the trim you’ve all been skimming this article searching for – the 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye. This devilishly powerful coupe pushed out an insanely impressive 797 horsepower and has a heart-stopping top speed of 203mph. The 2020 Hellcat Redeye comes in two forms: standard or widebody. The choice is ultimately yours, but if you want a track-ready and head-turning beast of a car, we here at Dealer Authority vote widebody.

No matter what trim level, color, or package you decide to choose – you’re still behind the wheel of a legendary vehicle that turns heads no matter where you go, and THAT is why the 2020 Dodge Challenger is a car we’re into.

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