Dodge tends to be pretty tightlipped anyway. Look at the SRT Caliber. I had NO idea it was coming until I looked on their website one day and saw it sitting there, GM announced the new Cobalt SS instead of just popping it in there under the radar.
+1 on thatThe only thing Chrysler has really done is make it LOOK like they're releasing the Challenger as much as two years earlier than the Camaro, which just isn't true. They have said that the first Challengers will ALL be SRT-8s (and supposedly have all been spoken for). I doubt any "joe schmoe" is going to be able to buy a Challenger for at least 2 years, and by then, the Camaro will be dominating the market.
They are only making SRT8s the first year and it is limited production. I am sure they will probley sell most of the SRT8s for above MSRP.WoW 38K They also said they will have the complete line-up pricing later. I would think "If Dodge is smart" they would price the Challenger competitive to the Mustang. They will not sell many at 38K.
I love the front seats.
I agree. I think volume should be the goal the first year then luxuries of a top dog the next. I like to see the Challenger survive (because I gonna need more targets to practice on with my 5th gen); but with Dodge gameplan I think its going to make the Challenger a harder path (in turn screw over the Mopar guys who been wanting one).They are only making SRT8s the first year and it is limited production. I am sure they will probley sell most of the SRT8s for above MSRP.
I am sure they could sell more volume if they released 6cyl and RT versions this year.