Dodge Charger Hellcat vs Challenger Hellcat: Which Would You Rather? [Poll]
Dodge has unveiled the most powerful sedan the world has ever seen — the Dodge Charger Hellcat. And like its Hellcat sibling the Challenger, the Charger features a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 that puts 707 horses to the ground. It’s a brain-melting amount of power. But there is one big question that some of you might be overlooking — which one do you choose? Charger or Challenger? Two doors or four? Muscle car or muscle sedan? We can’t decide either, but there are good reasons why you should consider both: Charger Hellcat
Naturally the big selling point on the Charger Hellcat is that it has 707 horsepower with room for four horribly terrified passengers. But the downside is that the Charger might be a bit heavier than the two-door Challenger, and it only comes in automatic.
Of course, both have 700+ horses on tap and both can run the 1/4 mile in just about 11.0 seconds. There are still a lot of holes to fill in with the Charger though, like price, weight, 0-60, etc.
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Unlike the Charger, the Challenger is a two-door, no nonsense, 700 horsepower American muscle car. It comes with a manual transmission, and doesn’t have the face of a sub-compact.
While it may be a little less practical, it might be the better choice for the muscle car purist in you.
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Well, what do you think — would you go Charger or Challenger? Vote here, or tell us in the comments.