2018 Charger Hellcat
Noticed this today on my 2018. The hood... Wtf?!?!
Bought it new and it only has 22,000 mi on it so clearly this should not be an issue. I'm going to contact Dodge.Hi,
Hoods are Aluminum, so no rust, potentially corrosion, take it in as should be covered unless you have over 100,000 miles or boughtit used, you will likely get a new hood as like the steel parts they probably don't coat the prior to assembly only afterwards which leaves metal to metal and once the paint cracks at lip moisture gets in and you get issues.
Good luck, let us all know what becomes of it.
Lovely QC Dodge has.This isn’t a paint chip that leads to this. It’s happening across the board with aluminum panels. Had this happen on a Ford hood, also a Jeep hood, now the new caravan I drive for work already has a giant bubble just like yours on leading edge. Hope you have better luck than I had trying to get anything done.
My 2015 charger hellcat never had this happen or my wife’s Durango SRT. Hope my Trackhawk doesn’t develop it either. Has something to do with the prep at the factory from what a few body shops have told me
OST is up near you, and theres HHP right in Delaware if you want a cruise.Also, I just moved to Lancaster County, PA. Any reputable dealers out here with an SRT tech?
I was going to Videon prior.
Hi NeverEnough,So no response from the Dodge rep on this forum. That's great service for you right there. Customer care just told me they're closing my case. Now keep in mind they refused to resolve it. Looks like I might not be buying this car now after all. I'm at the end of my lease. If this is how they're going to treat me and this is the build quality, they can have this pile of hot garbage back
Clearly, Dodge does NOT care...
As stated, he needs a dealer, however as an FYI, OST is no where near Lancaster County. It's on the opposite side of the stateOST is up near you, and theres HHP right in Delaware if you want a cruise.
Only a few reputable carbon manufacturers; Anderson or Carbon Creations.