Dodge is Offering You the Chance to Win a 2015 Dodge Charger or Challenger
Ever fancy owning a new Dodge Charger or a Challenger without having to pay the price tag for either muscle car? Well, Dodge is giving you the opportunity to do just that with the “Dodge Chance to Be Bad Giveaway”.
The giveaway is being done in collaboration with iconic rock band Motley Crüe as the latter embarks on its "Final Tour". As the presenting sponsor of the tour, Dodge is commemorating its involvement by launching a nationwide promotion where fans have an opportunity to win an ultimate Mötley Crüe VIP experience that includes meeting the band, and other prizes, including autographed guitars, band collector’s items and tickets to the tour, which kicks off July 2 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
But the biggest prize of them all? A 2015 Dodge Charger or Challenger.
First of all, the giveaway is only open to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, who are 18 years of age or older and have a valid driver’s license. If you meet the criteria, you can enter the promotion by registering at www.dodgechancetobebad.com. To better their odds, participants are also encouraged to use social media by sharing custom links through a variety of social media platforms.
If you’re interested in joining the giveaway, you have until July 1, 2014 to register and put your name in the hat. We doubt it’ll take you too long to do so given the chance for you to win either a 2015 Charger or Challenger.
Click past the jump to read more about the 2015 Dodge Charger and Challenger.
No, Dodge didn’t release a longer Dart sedan. What you’re looking at is the new 2015 Dodge Charger. Yeah, we were a little confused too.
The majority of the changes for 2015 include the updated exterior, which like we said, looks more like the Dart than a Charger. It also looked like Dodge was being a little flexible with the use of ’all-new’ because other than the front grille and those Dart-like headlights, everything looks pretty similar from its previous iteration.
Things under the hood are still familiar, too. The base 3.6-liter, Pentastar V-6 returns, as does the venerable 5.7-liter, HEMI V-8. The transmission options have changed, however. The eight-speed TorqueFlite automatic is now standard across the board, helping the Pentastar V-6 achieve 31 mpg highway while assisting the 5.7-liter HEMI sprint to 60 mph in roughly 5 seconds.
Just like the 2015 Charger, the 2015 Challenger made its debut at the 2014 New York Auto Show, enough time to at least announce itself as ready to jump in on America’s on-going pony war.
Revamped inside and out, the 2015 Challenger arrived in New York with exterior and interior updates, not the least of which included upgrades to the front and rear fascias to go with new exterior colors and wheel designs. Sure, the facelift is not as spectacular as the one seen on the Charger, but it should be enough to keep the Challenger marketable until the next-generation model arrives.
Power for the 2015 Challenger comes in a variety of sizes, beginning with a 3.6-liter, Pentastar V-6 unit rated at 305 horsepower. Going into V-8 territory, all four R/T variants will get the same 5.7-liter Hemi with 375 horsepower and 410 pound-feet of torque on tap. Lastly, the 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 will pump the same 485 horses and 475 pound-feet of torque into the range-topping Scat Pack and 392 Scat Pack Shaker models.
No word yet on pricing, but its safe to assume that the base Challenger should sell for somewhere around $26,000 with the range-topping 392 model fetching at least $46,000.
Why It Matters
You have a chance to win either one of these two Dodge muscle cars at no cost. We doubt anybody will have any complaints about that.