Thursday, 18 August 2016

Dodge's new Daytona models are ripped

Dodge believes the golden era of American muscle cars is now — not in the 1960s. Accordingly, it has infused its two modern muscle cars, the Charger and the Challenger with some additional heritage-inspired performance add-ons. Then it dubbed them "Daytona."
Like any good muscle car, the new Dodge Daytona models are offered with a slew of optional extras. That said, I'll do my best to simplify the particulars.
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Let's start with the bigger of the two, the four-door Charger. Designers fitted the car with the distinctive, SRT- and R/T Scat Pack-inspired front and rear performance fascias. That way, onlookers know they're seeing something special
Dodge engineers have taken the sedan's 5.7-liter Hemi V8 engine and bolted to it a cold-air intake and a performance exhaust system with four-inch round tips that protrude from the rear of the car. For buyers who need a bit more oomph, Dodge offers the Charger Daytona with a 485-horsepower 6.4-liter Hemi V8 engine as well.
Ensuring the Charger Daytona handles and stops as well as it accelerates, high-performance brake linings and high-performance Goodyear Eagle F1 tires are added at all four corners.
As for the Challenger Daytona, it's outfitted with the same engine options as its four-door brother. However, up front, Dodge designers fitted it with SRT Hellcat-inspired driver and passenger side “Air Catcher” headlamps add even more fresh air. And those are emblazoned with unique LED-illuminated Trans Am “T/A” logos.
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Of course, Dodge finishes off both the Charger and Challenger Daytonas by adding a heap of heritage-inspired graphics as well as special darkened features, black wheels and a satin black fuel-filler cap.
As for pricing, the 2017 Charger Daytona starts at $39,890. The Charger Daytona 392 starts at $44,995. And the Dodge Challenger T/A 392 carries a sticker price of $43,995 (excluding gas-guzzler tax). If you're interested in the two new Dodge Daytona models, they should hit dealerships later this year.
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