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News Dodge SRT Prices Challenger Super Stock for US Sales

Dodge SRT Prices Challenger Super Stock for US Sales

Latest 800 hp monster from Dodge and SRT starts a hair under $80k with big wheels, big tires, big speed

  •  807 hp Super Stock starts just under 80k

  • Gets more room for more rubber, making it even more drag-friendly


If you’re looking for the latest hotness from Dodge SRT, the 2020 Challenger Super Stock Package, you’re one step closer. Fiat Chrysler has just dropped pricing for the factory hot rod, starting from a little under $80k plus freight.

The Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock gets the Hellcat Redeye’s 6.2L supercharged Hemi V8, but here making 807 hp instead of the 797 ponies found in that version, this one makes 807. Yes, that’s one less than Dodge previously announced, but maybe someone decided that it couldn’t step on the figure the Demon made before you put 100-octane race fuel in it.

Super Stock also gets specially tuned Bilstein adaptive dampers with lightweight Brembo calipers and lighter 11-inch wide wheels lurking under the widebody fenders and wearing 315-width Nitto NT05R drag radials.

“There are a million jokes about bright colours, loud exhausts and racing stripes that make your car faster, but there is one sure thing — your car is only as fast as your tires,” said Tim Kuniskis, SRT boss. “The 2020 Challenger SRT Super Stock gives our weekend warriors the ability to upgrade to 18-inch drag radials without having to spend a ton of money on changing out brakes and suspension components. The racing community has figured out very quickly that this package is a hot setup.”

Running the quarter-mile in 10.5 seconds, the 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock will start from $79,585, with the order books for the Ontario-built muscle car opening later this month. Deliveries are set to start later this year with a production start in the fall. So unless you’re living somewhere that’s warm all year, you might want to take it easy on those Nittos in the cold.

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