7 Options for the 2016 Challenger, Charger Hellcat Priced
The Dodge Challenger and Charger in SRT Hellcat form are both heavily loaded in their most basic form, so it didn’t come as much of a surprise when the 2015 Hellcat cars had very few available options. For 2016, both cars get new standard features and with them comes an even shorter option list. Today, we break down the 7 options available for the 2016 model year Hellcat cars and price out the fully loaded Challenger and Charger with 707 horsepower.
2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Options
We learned earlier this week that the 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat would carry an MSRP of $62,495, while destination added $995 and gas guzzler fees added $1,700 for a total base price of $65,190. This includes the 6-speed manual transmission as well as the premium infotainment package and the premium Laguna leather package from the 2015 models – both of which are now standard.
If you want to add the 8-speed automatic transmission to your 2016 Hellcat Challenger, it will cost $2,995, up from $1,995 in 2015. You can also add a power sunroof for $1,995, the Black Satin hood treatment ($1,995), SRT Brass Monkey wheels ($995), Pirelli P Zero high performance tires ($595), red seat belts ($195) and an engine block heater ($95).
Finally, if you want your 2016 Hellcat Challenger in Ivory White or Redline Red, it will add an extra $500 to the bottom line.
So, if you order a 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat with every possible option including the 8-speed automatic transmission and one of the two premium paint colors, you can expect to pay $74,055 before any dealership markup.
2016 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat
Like the 2016 Challenger Hellcat, the 2016 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat gets the premium infotainment with navigation and the premium Laguna leather as standard equipment while getting a price increase for the new model year to $68,640 (including destination and gas guzzler tax). The Hellcat Charger comes strictly with the 8-speed automatic, so that is included in the price, but there are still 6 options for 2016 Charger buyers.
The most expensive option for the 2016 Hellcat Charger is the Harman Kardon audio group, which adds $1,995 to the bottom line. You cannot get the black satin hood on the Charger, but you can get a black painted roof for $1,500 along with the brass monkey wheels ($995), the Pirelli P Zero tires ($595), the red seat belts ($195) and the engine block heater ($95). Ivory White and Redline Red will retain the $500 upcharge.
If you order a 2016 Hellcat Charger with every option, you can expect to pay around $74,515, so a loaded Hellcat Charger is only slightly more expensive than the Hellcat Challenger for the 2016 model year.
While these prices are quite a bit higher than the 2015 model year, but the 2016 Dodge Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcat are still far less expensive than any car sold in the world with comparable performance.