Dodge announced pricing today for the modern interpretation of the American muscle coupe. The 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8® will arrive in showrooms next spring at a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $37,995 (which includes $675 destination).

Due to unprecedented demand, Dodge dealers will begin taking orders on Dec. 3 for the limited-edition 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8 models. Each will feature a numbered dash plaque and a 6.1-liter HEMI® V-8 engine. 2008 Challenger SRT8 models will be available in Black, Silver and HEMI Orange. All will feature dual “carbon-fiber” hood stripes, harkening back to the original Dodge Challenger.

2008 Challenger SRT8 pricing announced
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“The 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8 offers pure American pony-car muscle,” said James Press, Vice Chairman & President – Chrysler LLC. “With styling that stays true to Challenger’s original heritage, an abundance of modern amenities and cutting-edge technology, the 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8 will deliver the SRT credo of benchmark performance at a tremendous value.

“The Challenger SRT8 is only the beginning of the story, as we’ll soon follow with a complete lineup of Challenger models that will offer a wide array of features and deliver outstanding value for our customers,” Press added.

Customers may begin placing orders at their Dodge dealer on Monday, Dec. 3. They can expect to take delivery of their vehicle next spring.

The all-new 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8 will be built at the Chrysler Canada Assembly Plant in Brampton, Ontario, on the same assembly line with the Dodge Charger, Charger SRT8, Magnum, Magnum SRT8, Chrysler 300 and Chrysler 300 SRT8 vehicles.

Pricing for the complete all-new Dodge Challenger lineup will be announced at a later date.

2008 Challenger SRT8 pricing announced
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SRT performance vehicles – including the Dodge Viper SRT10, Dodge Caliber SRT4, Dodge Magnum SRT8, Dodge Charger SRT8, Chrysler 300C SRT8, Jeep® Grand Cherokee SRT8, and now, the Dodge Challenger SRT8 – are engineered by Chrysler’s in-house performance organization: Street and Racing Technology.

The all-new 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8 showcases the renowned, five key aspects of every SRT vehicle: exterior styling that resonates with the brand image; race-inspired interiors; world-class ride and handling characteristics across a broad range; benchmark braking; and standout powertrain. The all-new 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8 will unquestionably deliver in all five areas.

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badestofthebad  (608) posted on 11.30.2007

as inflation goes up so does the cost of livin so obviously the price of this later model wudn’t be as cheap as the ones from the 60’s an 70’s get with it don’t ya’ll know marketing? as i said its a great price for a car with such a high performance ratings an plus its a muscle car legend can’t get better than that

pdaix  (431) posted on 11.29.2007

SRT8 at 40k, there must be a plain version at 30k add little aftermarket supercharger and you are back in the 70’s smiley

pdaix  (2) posted on 11.29.2007

yea not to bad but it seems like price goes by horsepower more and more these days. i wish they would make like the old days. 400 hp, 4 on the floor, fm radio and hard looking, for under 30 grand

badestofthebad  (608) posted on 11.29.2007

At well below $40k, this 425-HP modern muscle car is a deal

pdaix  (431) posted on 11.29.2007

I am also impatient to see the real car pictures as it will quite different from the concept. For instance they already said that there will be a B ar (between front and back windows). All bumpers also have few chances to keep their look to comply with safety laws.

tango  (372) posted on 11.29.2007

Finally, a little clarity on the model lineup. The price is suddenly quite competitive. Would be interesting to hear the details on the drivetrain and the suspension layout. Liveaxle or independent suspension?

pdaix  (431) posted on 11.29.2007

40k that sounds about right for a performance car like this. considering it is relatively affordable I presume we should not expect any German like quality on that car.

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