Great news RS. Spent a good hour at the dealership today discussing all things Hellcat. They agreed that there will be many happy owners very soon, now it's just logistical issues that could arise with the weather and so forth.
I purchased a SRT 392 Charger a year ago. I loved the car, but missed my 2017 Hellcat ever since I got rid of it. Thanks to Dodge's power dollars and dealer discounts I was able to get out of the Charger and into a 2019 Sublime Challenger Hellcat! Oh how I missed that supercharger whine.
So I'm currently shopping my fun car and I'm trying to decide between regular or widebody.
The car is purely going to be driven on the road, so is it worth the ~$10,000 (2018 vs 2019) price difference I'm seeing? Or am I better off buying a regular hellcat and just throwing some wider...
Okay guys - here’s the scenario.
2017 Rousch Stage 3 Mustang Dyno’d at 646whp
Premium base GT
4K miles for $34,800
Stock 2016 Hellcat challenger
15,000 mile for $48,000
Which do you guys think is the better buy and why.
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