Last Call for the Dodge Challenger SRT

Soon, your Dodge dealer could move the last new Dodge Challenger SRT model off its lot. Last month, Dodge unveiled the Challenger SRT ‘s seventh and final Last Call edition. Dubbed the Demon 170, this supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi V8 version makes an incredible 1,025 horsepower.

2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170

The full name of this grand finale is quite the mouthful. It might take you roughly the same time to say it as it takes the 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170 to run a quarter-mile. The 8.91-second time is good enough for the world’s first 8-second production car. If Dodge wanted to let the Challenger SRT go out on a high note, this is definitely the way to do it.

However, many enthusiasts are feeling quite melancholy about what might be the grand finale of the American muscle car. The horsepower and speed of the Demon 170 are incredible, but it’s also the last moment of the gas-powered Hemi V8.

That last moment will come on December 31 of this year, according to Dodge. After that, the brand will be entering electrified new territory.

Price and Features

The price list for the new 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170 is out and it’s more or less what you’d expect for a car that makes over 1,000 horsepower. The MSRP is $96,666, but that doesn’t include the $1,595 destination charge or the $2,100 gas guzzler tax. That puts it slightly over $100,000 and that’s before you add any extras.

Another almost obligatory charge is the $1,995 to add a passenger seat and rear bench. Otherwise, the Demon 170 only comes with a driver’s seat. Once you’ve paid for the additional seats, you can delete the rear seats for no further charge. There are three free colors available, Pitch Black, TorRed, and White Knuckle. The rest cost either $95 extra or $395 extra.

There are a fair number of other upgrades that will cost you as well. A graphics package will cost you at least $1,995. The cheapest interior upgrade is $295 for dressing up the trunk. If you insist on something as extravagant as a sunroof, it will cost you $9,995.

How Many Demon 170s Will Dodge Make?

Dodge has indicated that it will make as many Demon 170 models as the market demands. However, production on the Challenger will end on December 31 of this year, so if you want a Demon 170 at your Dodge dealer, you have some eight months left to order. Currently, there are several other special editions available, so the Demon 170 isn’t even your only choice. For example, in March, there were still 202 Challenger Black Ghost models available and Dodge is only making 300 total.

With so many iconic gas-powered vehicles getting ready to end their run, it could be an expensive next few years for automotive enthusiasts.

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