Muscle to the Maximum: Dodge Performance Lineup

The Dodge Performance Car Lineup Has the Muscle You Need for Excitement Around Pittsburgh

There are many different types of models at South Hills Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Fiat, but for drivers in need of the most excitement on the road or track, the choices are quite clear. The Dodge Performance Car lineup has two classics, the Charger and the Challenger, that have the engines and design to make your time on the road the most exciting part of your day. Read more on these Dodge sports cars below!

Both the new Dodge Challenger and Charger deliver this unmistakable feeling, serving as muscle cars that you will be happy to proceed into the future with. 

Dodge Challenger

The two-door Dodge Challenger with seating for five oozes aggressiveness with its exterior and roar of the engines, which house up to 797 horsepower, but its premium cabin materials give it a sense of leisure too. It has a variety of options and packages that include features to make any ride more easily handled, so you can create a model that suits your personality perfectly.

Dodge Charger

The full-size Dodge Charger has four doors and the same brashness as its two-door companion, and with up to 707 horsepower, it dominates the road in more ways than one. The Charger matches raw power with brains that make rides smooth even as they excite, and beyond this sports car's performance it offers loads of comfort and convenience features, like heated seats for both rows.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dodge Muscle Cars

What's the Difference Between the Dodge Challenger and Charger?

The number of doors is one difference as the Charger is easier for loading up passengers while the Challenger maintains an old-school design, which also hints at its superior performance. Both of these sports car models have plenty of power to offer, but if you're really looking to get the adrenaline pumping, the Challenger is the way to go. On the other hand, the Charger offers several tech features that the Challenger doesn't, so it makes more sense for those that will use it daily.

How Much Power Do the Dodge Muscle Cars Pack?

Both models offer Hellcat V8 engines that should tell you all you need to know by the name. The only difference is that the Charger tops out at 707 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque while the Challenger offers a high-output Hellcat with 797 horsepower and 707 pound-feet of torque.

What Other Engineering Aspects Complete These Muscle Cars?

Keeping all the power under control is as vital as having that power, and both the Charger and Challenger have drive mode select, launch control, high-performance brakes, available all-wheel drive, driver-assist safety tech, and more to ensure you feel in command.

If you're looking to experience the thrill that comes from just sitting in one of these models delivers, come down to our dealership in McMurray today. You can check them out while you're here and talk with a team member about all that makes the Challenger and Charger the sports cars of choice for many daredevils in the area!

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