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Build Your 2017 Dodge Charger Daytona Online Now

The new 2017 Dodge Charger Daytona adds appearance and performance goodies to the Charger R/T and the Charger Scat Pack – and with the arrival of the 2017 Charger build page on Dodge.com, you can build your new Daytona or Daytona 392 online now.

The 2017 Dodge Charger Daytona debuted at a small private event leading up to the 2016 Woodward Dream Cruise in Detroit and at that point, we learned all of the key information on these new trimlines. We learned the basic pricing and all of the specifics on the package, but with the arrival of the Daytona and Daytona 392 in the 2017 Charger “Build & Price” area – prospective Charger Daytona buyers can price out their dream Mopar muscle sedan.

Building the 2017 Dodge Charger Daytona
The 2017 Dodge Charger Daytona has a starting MSRP of $40,985, which includes the $1095 destination fees. For that price, the Charger Daytona includes the 5.7L Hemi with 370 horsepower and 395lb-ft of torque, mated to the 8-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission.
Like all 2017 Hemi-powered Challengers and Chargers, the Daytona comes with the 2.75 active exhaust system (similar to that found on the Hellcat models), along with the front and rear fascia, side sills, rear spoiler and hood of the Charger SRT models, a Mopar cold air intake package, a 2.62 rear gear ratio, the Super Track Pak (sport tuned suspension, performance brake pads, a unique stability control system with a “full off” setting and Goodyear Eagle F1 tires), the unique black Daytona and Hemi graphics, a blacked out roof and unique 20 inch wheels. On the inside, the Charger Daytona sports heated and cooled Nappa leather seats with the Daytona logo embroidered on the seatback.

All of that is standard for the base price of $40,985, but there are still a few options and popular equipment packages for the 2017 Charger Daytona. The Beats Audio package adds $995, the Driver Confidence Group (HID headlights, power/heated mirrors, blind spot detection, backup camera) adds $1,395, the navigation and travel group (nav, backup camera, satellite radio) adds $1,095 and the Technology Group (adaptive cruise control, advanced braking assist, auto high beams, rain sensing wipers, power/heated exterior mirrors with blind spot alert) adds $1,495 – while the heavy braking package ($195), summer performance tires ($395), power sunroof ($1,195) and the Daytona car cover ($375) are all offered as standalone options.

So, if you build a 2017 Charger Daytona with the sunroof, car cover, heavy duty brakes and all four of the above-mentioned popular equipment group packages, you get an MSRP of $47,430.

Building the Charger Daytona 392
If you want more power from your 2017 Dodge Charger Daytona, the Daytona 392 package is the Mopar muscle sedan for you. Starting at $46,090 with destination, this package includes the exterior appearance goodies of the Daytona package, a leather-clad interior sport suspension, the huge Brembo brake package from the Hellcat Charger, unique 20 inch wheels wrapped in the Hellcat’s sticky Pirelli rubber and a 180mph speedometer.

The Charger Daytona 392 has the same exterior color options, the Beats Audio group, the Technology Group, the car cover and the power sunroof of the 5.7L-powered Daytona, but the 392 package has a few different options – beginning with the $595 Pirelli P Zero summer performance tires. Also, the Daytona 392 Driver Confidence Group is available, but it does not include the backup camera system (which is standard on the Daytona 392), so it costs a bit less at $895.

When you build a 2017 Dodge Charger Daytona 392 with all three popular equipment groups, the car cover, the sunroof and the performance tires – you get a total price of $51,295.

For those wondering – since it frequently comes up in online discussions – the 2017 Charger SRT 392 with all of the same options (along with the SRT-specific adaptive suspension and premium interior layout) has an MSRP of $57,620…so the Daytona 392 is a nice bargain model for someone who doesn’t need the premium leather or the fancy suspension.

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