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Dodge Raises Bar With New Challenger ‘Demon’

Hellcat Brother Drops 200 Pounds

As if producing a muscle car with 700 plus horsepower wasn’t enough, Dodge has now gone a step farther with the ultimate performance car, the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. Although the company will be releasing information in drips and drabs as it gets ready for the Demon unveiling at the New York Auto Show in April, suffice it to say that the new Demon will be 200 pounds lighter than its Hellcat brethren, which is good news for enthusiastic drivers and bad news for the competition. Use the hashtag #DodgeDemon in your social media to get regular updates, or checkout the website to stay up-to-date on the latest Demon news. Be one of the first on the scene to get a test drive when the Demon shows up at Chapman Dodge.

Demon Not Only Challenger ‘Built to Decimate Streets’

If you go to the website, you’ll see one video of the Demon doing a burnout that’s “built to decimate the streets.” Starting back in the era of muscle cars and continuing today, theDemon is not the only Dodge, or Challenger, that can boast that distinction. Not counting the Demon, Dodge has 10 different Challenger models that can all lay claim to various levels of asphalt destruction. Of course, the most powerful is the 707-horsepower SRT Hellcat, but the other nine models are far from slouches. The SRT 392 is a beast in its own right, powered by a 485-horsepower 6.4L HEMI V8 engine. The Challenger 392 Scat Pack Shaker has the same motor, as does the R/T Scat Pack, still a true muscle car in the most iconic sense of the word at less than $39,000. The remaining models all have less horsepower, but still offer that gorgeous pony car design that will cause second thoughts in the minds of an street race competitors.

Be Fast, Be Safe With Dodge Challenger

With great power comes great responsibility, according to some web-slinging superhero, and that’s certainly the case with the Dodge Challenger. This historic pony car begins with a safe structure that includes crumple zones in the front and rear to direct the energy of a crash away from the occupants. A solid frame is made of high-strength steel to help minimize the effects of a wreck, including special attention made to the ability of the roof to withstand a rollover. An entire suite of airbags envelope the passengers in the event of a crash, while special technology such as electronic stability control and all-speed traction control help drivers keep the vehicle on the road when conditions get treacherous. You can wait for the Demon, or head to Chapman Dodge today to look over the entire Dodge Challenger inventory and go for a test drive.

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