I don't understand either.its so crazy...no folding down arm rest in back seast...why?
My 5 year old granddaughter barely fits!!to bad you got to be an Olympic gymnast to get back there
my kids ride in the back..its why I bought a 4 dooryes i guess if your buying a HC you dont really have kids in back.
still also trying to get use to this suede wrapped steering wheels LMAO
I think you are right about the massive supply chain issues that virtually every manufacturer has experienced. Getting a replacement OEM black Laguna leather driver's seat cover took an act of congress, 10 hail mary's, and many weeks of waiting! I will say, that really sucks that the armrest was eliminated on a freaking 4-door sedan, if just the Challenger lost the armrest it wouldnt be as big of a deal as they are not used nearly as much as they are on the Charger. If for nothing else it sucks for losing the two additional drink holders. I use them all the time in my REWB Challenger when I pick up food for the family to avoid spills, and when my kids ride back there it is always folded down as well. For what it's worth, a good auto upholstery shop should be able to fabricate one for you and make it look like it is factory-installed for a few hundred bucks at most (I would think) if it is really important to you. Being that it is a new car, it shouldnt be too hard for them to match the leather dye perfectly, or source the oem fabric if it is not equipped with leather.I'd have to chalk it up to supply issues in the 2022 model year. My local dealer was telling me how RAM had to completely change their trim packages to align with their inability to get certain parts. Pretty much same story...what was regular equipment within trucks became unavailable or ONLY available in the ultra high level trim packages....otherwise it would have held up production.
Saves them a few bucks and you still bought it anyway. That is honestly how they look at it.whats the benefit for dodge
Charger had it the first year, 2015, and then it disappeared.Just had to check my 2021 HCWB Challenger - built Nov 21 View attachment 604056