Official DA HEMI thread

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  1. nawghtyhare

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    Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Pricing: MSRP $84,995


    Dodge has officially announced pricing on the 840-horsepower, 9.65-second quarter-mile Challenger SRT Demon, and it's way cheaper than anything that even comes close to its performance: MSRP is just $84,995, and the major options cost just $1 each.

    Your $84,995 gets you a no-options Challenger SRT Demon, including gas guzzler tax but not the $1095 destination charge. But as we explained when the Demon debuted at the New York International Auto Show, you'll have to spend some extra money to unlock the car's full performance.


    To be specific, you'll have to spend one whole American dollar. That's the price of the Demon Crate, the optional box of goodies that includes the all-important ECU upgrade that lets the uber-Hellcat run 100-plus-octane race fuel, bumping the horsepower from 808 to 840. The Demon Crate also includes narrow front-runner drag racing wheels (though you have to supply your own tires); a high-flow conical air filter; and the jack, cordless impact wrench, torque wrench, and tire pressure gauge you'll need to swap your front tires once you get to the drag strip. Dodge says the crate's contents are valued at $6140, meaning you'd be a fool not to order one to go with your Demon. It even comes personalized with your name and the VIN and serial number of your Demon.

    That's not the only dollar-store Demon option. Want a front passenger seat? It'll cost you a buck. Rear seat? A buck. Trunk liner? One crisp Washington, please.

    There are other, pricier options. Upgrade to a leather interior, with heated and cooled driver and front passenger seats, a heated steering wheel, and other small niceties, and you'll add $1595. An 18-speaker Harman Kardon audio system with two subwoofers adds $995. A satin black painted hood costs $1995, or get the hood, roof and trunk lid in satin black for $3495. A power sunroof is $4995, which is $3000 more than what the option costs on a "regular" Challenger SRT Hellcat. Dodge, apparently, doesn't want you messing with the Demon's center of gravity by opting for the pop-top. A freebie included in the price of every Challenger SRT Demon is one day of driving instruction at Bob Bondurant School of High-Performance Driving in Chandler, Arizona.

    Of course, since individual Dodge dealers will set their own pricing on the Demon, and since only 3300 examples will be built for one model year only, it's likely that Demon buyers will end up paying well beyond MSRP for their drag strip monster machines, unless Dodge enacts some kind of program to discourage dealers from tacking on "market adjustment" pricing.

    Demon production begins later this summer, with dealerships receiving delivery this fall.





    I have a 2016 scat pack challenger
    dont really want a demon
    but been tempted to trade in for a hellcat challenger
     
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  2. nawghtyhare

    nawghtyhare

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    also post ur challengers/chargers/ srt jeeps
    or anything with a hemi
     
  3. youngpablo

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    Can someone embed the thread link to the Post your car thread...iono how to do it...so mods can lock this up and op can keep on about his business.
     
  4. nawghtyhare

    nawghtyhare

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    i could see ur point
    but just like in nike retro
    theres different threads on different shoes
    why cant a specific car brand
    or model have its own thread
     
  5. nawghtyhare

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    demon crate option that cost $1

    EDIT: better pic

     
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  6. nawghtyhare

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    Demon Options Detailed


    The 2018 Demon does come with a few more options than we had expected, all of which make the 840 horsepower Challenger a little more street-friendly.



    The Comfort Audio Group
    includes the passenger’s side seat, an 18 speaker Harman Kardon sound system with including two subwoofers and a 900W amplifier, premium floor mats and bright pedals. This package has an MSRP of $995.



    The Leather Front Seat Group
    add a Laguna leather and Alcantara suede-wrapped seats with an embossed Demon logo on the seatback. This package comes with the passenger’s side seat and both front seats are both heated and cooled, but this package also adds a heated steering wheel, a power tilt and telescope steering wheel, premium floor mats and bright finished pedals. The Leather Front Seat Group has an MSRP of $1,595.



    The Comfort Group with Leather Seats,
    as you might imagine, combines the features of the Comfort Group with the features of the Leather Front Seat Group, so this package includes the leather and suede, heated and cooled front seats, the premium floor mats, the power heated/tilt/telescope steering wheel, the bright pedals and the 18 speaker Harman sound system. This package has an MSRP of $2,495, so you save $95 off of the two individual packages.



    2018 Dodge Demon buyers who want to spruce up the interior can add red seat belts for $195 while those buyers who want a unique exterior design can opt for the satin black hood or the satin black graphics package. The satin black hood costs $1,995 while the satin black graphics package – which paints the hood, roof and deck lid the stylish satin black – costs $3,495.



    Finally, the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon does come with a sunroof, but it might be the most expensive sunroof option that we have ever seen. The Demon sunroof adds $4,995, and while that price seems incredibly high, the fact that adding a sunroof to a drag car is so counter-intuitive has led FCA to price the sunroof considerably higher than the key go-fast options.



    With all these options and groups, the tag is $97,273. That is the list price with literally every option, so as Tim Kuniskis promised when the car debuted back in April, the Demon is well below $100,000, even when fully loaded.

    3,000 Demons in the US and the 300 Demons in Canada
     
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  7. Bert.

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    GOAT thread :pimp:
     
  8. Nawzlew

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    Dealer markup?
     
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  9. Bert.

    Bert. formerly zyzz

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    Without a damn doubt it's gonna happen
     
  10. $tacy

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    Big horn gang. I'm a broke boy I can't afford demons and hellcats just standard 5.7s.
     
  11. jewseejay

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    I always see this Durang srt8 by my job and figure thatd be a fun lil family sleeper car but the Explorer Sport looks better in every way

    Twin turbos 😈
     
  12. Mark Antony

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    Hellcats getting cheaper, but SRTs getting to around 40 or cheaper are looking good too.
     
  13. dtb00201

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    My hemi
     
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  14. jjs07

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    Got a '14 Charger RT Blacktop Edition...love da hemi.

    However, I'm going to be Team Jeep by the end of the year :lol: Getting rid of the charger for a lifted Rubicon.
     
  15. sparklecity sc

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    my 03 hemi after a 3 " lift... Now I need bigger tires
     
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  16. jjs07

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    [​IMG]
     
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  17. Bert.

    Bert. formerly zyzz

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    nothing wrong with that, close to 400 horses and still got all that torque :smokin
     
  18. nawghtyhare

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    Nah ain't nothing wrong with that 5.7
    But maaaan when I went to the lot I tried the 5.7
    And it was good
    Then I hopped in that 6.4 scat pack
    Just that start up
    I fell in love
     
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  19. cedric ceballos

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    That thread title though lmao.
     
  20. nawghtyhare

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    They making a Durango srt :evil:
     
  21. Bert.

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    some out In the wild in MI

    already seen the trackhawk Cherokee :smh: :smh: :smh: :smh: :smh: :smh: :smh: :smh:
     
  22. jjs07

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    I heard about that....seen a few RTs on the road, but would be amazing to get that SRT power in a ride that large.
     
  23. ninjahood

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    if they keep da taps open on production expect da markups to be a short-lived things i.e. hellcat.
     
  24. Bert.

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    well with 3000 being made and numbered, I know a few dealerships that will be marking them up for sure. they're both 1 & 2 biggest volume in the country so they will get quite a few to list on eBay or sell to collector. they did the same with hellcats and made a killing

    already know a guy who's expecting to purchase one and doesnt care if he has to pay mark up he wants it soon as it comes off the truck
     
  25. Original Playa Records

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    What year Charger was the best build?