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Tested: 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few weeks, you probably know there’s a new, heavily revised 2015 Dodge Challenger on the horizon. And for the last week or so, there’s been an inundation of media about the fastest, most powerful iteration of said new Challenger (actually, make that any muscle car, ever) known as the Hellcat. I went to the press introduction to spend a day with the Challenger, in the hopes of getting past the hype and finding out what this new Hellcat is really all about. Read on to find out. SAMSUNG CSC SAMSUNG CSC To start off with, this 2015 Challenger isn't just comprised of a few new trim packages - it's the most thorough revision the big Dodge coupe has seen since its intro back in 2008. The modern Challenger has always been a great looking car, combining its retro charm and modern touches more successfully than either of its Motown rivals. The 2015 revisions go just that little bit further toward evoking the spirit of the 1971 model, with modestly revised front and rear fascias that mimic the styling of that model year but also bring the Challenger into more modern territory with LED corona-ring headlights and LED taillights, plus a variety of functionally vented and scooped hood designs. It’s a great looking package, from V6 SXT to the halo Hellcat, and the extensive variety of paint and trim combinations accurately recalls the era of the 1970s original. 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT with the HEMI® Hellcat engine - Sepia 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT with the HEMI® Hellcat engine - tacho Clearly, Dodge spent a lot of the revised Challenger’s budget on the interior – it’s a massive leap forward. The previous Challenger always looked the business on the outside, but right from the get-go, it was apparent the DaimlerChrysler bean counters had stripped all the fun out of the cabin. This new interior makes up for that in spades, sporting a pleasantly driver-centric dashboard, throwback styling, far better materials, and enough tech to shame the rest of the segment. In fact, while the Challenger was always a comfortable coupe, it’s now actually got an interior that will make you want to spend time in it – turning it into quite the American GT car. The seats are still big-boy tailored – the bolsters look heavy-duty in photos, but the thinner of frame may find that they hug a little too lightly in hard cornering. The alcantara center fabric helps keep you from being flung out the side window, at least. 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT with the HEMI® Hellcat engine - Ruby 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT with the HEMI® Hellcat engine - 8.4 i The fully baked uConnect touchscreen system finally appears here as it does elsewhere in the Dodge lineup, controlling just about everything in the car but augmented by a helpful arrangement of buttons and knobs just below. Using the controls at knee level but looking up for the screen felt a little unnatural at first, but you quickly get used to it, and the rest of the cabin’s ergonomics are spot on. Also new is an in-depth suite of performance apps that let you easily tailor steering weight, damper firmness, automatic transmission response and traction/stability control settings completely independently of one another. 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat integrated climate and functio 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat 8.4 inch U-Connect Drive Modes   But let’s get to the real meat of this sandwich – the motor. The Hellcat engine is the revised Challenger SRT’s raison d’etre, so I’ll spend a bit more time dwelling on this 707-horsepower, 650 lb-ft behemoth than I otherwise might. SAMSUNG CSC   As you would expect, it’s the power that dominates the Hellcat driving experience. It’s simply omnipresent in a way that few other cars currently on sale can match, and none at a similar price point. Even toeing lightly into the gas sends shivers through the rear tires, such that you’d probably find it tough to drive a lesser car immediately after hopping out of the Hellcat, because it forces you to re-calibrate your right leg muscles. From idle to redline, there’s thrust everywhere, and the psychotic bellow that comes from the exhaust pipes is rivaled for sound quality only by the supercharger’s dominant whine. SAMSUNG CSC So how fast is it? Damn fast. Really, really damn fast. I can count the number of high-10/low-11 second cars I've driven on one hand, so for me, the experience was certainly eye-opening. You feel as if you can almost extract all the performance it’s capable of on a race track. But on the road, forget it – you’ll constantly be managing speed and acceleration in the back of your mind, knowing a ticket or jail time is close at hand. The transmissions tasked with getting all that power and torque to the ground have a lot on their plate, but perform admirably. The new 8-speed TorqueFlite automatic (an across-the-board addition, but beefed up for the Hellcat) quickly and reliably cracks off firm upshifts and rev-matched downshifts through the standard-issue paddles. It also helps free up processing power in your brain for dealing with blurring scenery and fast-approaching corners, which would otherwise be used to manage shifting the manual. The six-speed Tremec ‘box, tapped for duty from the Viper, operates smoothly as well, and would probably be my choice for street driving – shift action is tight and well-defined, the clutch is heavy enough - but in no way overpowering - and easily modulated. IMG_5477-3 Track Impressions: So here’s what we know so far: The Challenger SRT Hellcat is completely bonkers from a power delivery and noise perspective; simply on another level. As such, I was initially tentative in the car around the track, what with our day in Portland getting off to a very wet start and standing water crowding the straights in many places. But the Hellcat is very trustworthy in the rain - it'll let you play as loose or as tight as you want to, with enough grip if you can tailor your throttle inputs, or controllable sideways antics virtually anywhere, at any speed, if you so desire. Steering response is moderately weighted and decently quick, but while the Hellcat turns-in fairly well, this is nevertheless a car that carries 2,500 pounds or so of forward bias, and you can feel it in slower corners. Of course, oversteer is never more than a quick jab of the throttle away. The 15.4”, two-piece front steel rotors and 6-piston Brembo calipers do an admirable job of slowing the Hellcat on track from a decent clip, though with only two flying hot laps per session available during my time with the car, I probably wasn't even starting to push their heat management limits. Still, for those intent on tracking their Hellcats, I’m sure a set of steel braided lines, high-temp fluid and pads would be enough to shore up braking for just about any situation. SAMSUNG CSC Portland International Raceway, where a portion of the Challenger media release was held,  is a relatively small, straightforward track, with the "back straight" (the area between turns 8 and 10 on the map below) being the best place to gain a good bit of speed. As the day went on and the rain abated, a mostly dry line started to form around the track, though this curved back straight remained damp due to it being in the shade all afternoon. I was hitting about 120 mph in the 485-horsepower SRT 392 in the first (very) wet sessions of the day back here, and 128 or so in the Hellcat. On my last and driest lapping session of the day, I managed 134 mph along the back straight - still slightly damp, mind you, but nearly dry elsewhere. My instructor was saying the Hellcats were good for about 140 or so on a bone dry back straight in professional hands, so at my more novice skill level, the fact that the car created such a high level of comfort in just a handful of laps (I probably had 8 total laps in Hellcats by the end of the day, maybe 20 total in all Challengers) really speaks to the car's setup - Dodge got it dead on, making the car playful and oversteery enough to feel "untamed" to most mortals, but being fully planted and trustworthy enough to really lean on the car in the dry when properly driven. 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Verdict:

Dodge has served up perhaps the biggest reason yet to believe that we’re living through an amazing time to be an car enthusiast. Performance and power at this heightened level would have been unthinkable just a few short years ago, but the fact that you can walk down to the Dodge dealer, plunk down $60 grand – roughly double the average new car transaction price but far from exorbitant – and walk away with a 707-horsepower missile with a full warranty is nearly unfathomable. Oh, and owners lucky enough to do so will also be treated to a day-long, on-track SRT driving experience similar to the one journalists received, so they can hopefully get beneath the surface of what the Hellcat is capable of.

Of course, on the other hand, using all that power on a daily basis is going to be pretty tough. It’s hilarious driving around in a car that will happily spin its tires at a 40 mph roll in third gear, all day long. But it’s also a bit of a chore, because you've got to give serious consideration to what will happen any time you brush the right throttle. Literally 10% throttle application had the rear tires chattering in the rain. In conditions other than a pelting Pacific Northwest rain, it’s probably more manageable. But nevertheless, you really need to take the Hellcat to a drag strip or a road coarse to do anything but scratch the surface of its abilities and accumulate speeding tickets. So, therein lies the rub. As a car lover, I’m thankful Dodge had the guts to engineer and build such a vehicle, and I’m even more thankful that they let me drive it on a race track. For most buyers, the sheer level of performance and character on offer will be more than enough to justify the $14,000 premium over an already-belting SRT 392. It’s also reasonable to expect that anyone not ponying up the extra cash for the Hellcat might have regrets later on that they didn't take the jump. Still, for my money, I might consider saving the dough and going with a SRT 392 or even the Hemi Scat Pack, both with a 6.4L, and putting the money saved toward spare rear tires. Ah, scratch that – gimme the Hellcat. IMG_5463 [gallery ids="10245,10244,10247,10246,10243,10242,10241,10239,10238,10237,10236,10235,10234,10233,10240"] 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT w/ Hellcat Engine Base price: $60,990 Powertrain: 6.2-liter supercharged V8, 8-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission, rear-wheel drive – 707 horsepower, 650 lb-ft. torque S:S:L-observed fuel economy: N/A Dodge provided travel to Portland, meals and accommodations for two days. They also provided the vehicles for street and on-track testing purposes and all gas. Photos by the author (interior and burnout shots – Dodge).

Decoding the 2015 Challenger line-up

Clockwise starting from top: 2015 Dodge Challenger SXT, 2015 Dod
Trying to figure out which 2015 Challenger best fits your desired performance goals and options list requires poring over a labyrinth of commingled model names and trim packages; we figured a basic primer would be helpful coming out of our press introduction with the cars yesterday in rainy Portland. Here goes: SXT – Also known as the base model. 3.6-liter V6, 305hp/268lb-ft. 8-speed automatic only, 18-inch wheels, 5” uConnect system. Starts at $27,990. Adding the Super Track Pack for $1,600 nets 20” Hyper Black wheels, high-performance brakes, steering and suspension, a rear spoiler and park assist. There’s also a Super Sport group below the track pack that features 20” wheels, paddle shifters, and performance brakes, but that’s it. This one hasn’t been priced yet but figure a few hundred bucks cheaper than the Super Track Pack. SXT Plus - Starts with the SXT and adds some cosmetic touches and 20” wheels outside, and the nicer 8.4” uConnect, heated and ventilated Nappa leather seats, and a 276-watt Alpine stereo on the inside. $30,990. The $1,600 Super Track Pack is available here, as well. SAMSUNG CSC

SXT Plus

R/T – This is the first foray into V8 Challenger territory. Featuring the 5.7-liter HEMI (375hp/410tq) w/ a standard 6-speed Tremec manual or optional 8-speed TorqueFlite auto ($1,400), the R/T starts at $32,490. For that price, you’ll have cloth seats, the base 5” uConnect system and 20” wheels as standard. You can add a R/T Classic Package, which gets you retro-looking polished wheels and stripes plus suede seats (not yet priced), and the aforementioned Super Track Pack. R/T Shaker - To the base R/T above, the Shaker adds the functional scoop hood and cold-air intake, different badging and satin black accents, performance seats w/ black cloth, 20” satin finish wheels and a beefier rear diff. This one’s not yet priced, but figure close to $34k. R/T Plus - Similar to the difference between SXT and SXT Plus, the R/T Plus gets you the base R/T with added luxuries like polished 20” wheels, heated and cooled Nappa leather seats, 8.4” uConnect, etc. $35,490. The same available option groups apply here, too. Add $1,400 for an automatic transmission. R/T Plus Shaker – Same deal with the R/T and R/T Shaker – add a couple grand to the R/T Plus’ price for the Shaker equipment. Around $37.5k would be likely. 6.4-liter Scat Pack – Here’s where it starts to get tricky. $39,490 buys you the big SRT- (but not Hellcat) engine from last year’s top dog SRT8, at 6.4-liters and 485hp/475lb-ft. But this one’s not actually an SRT model. It is, however, easily the performance bargain of the lineup. The rest of the car is pretty well-equipped, too: the 8.4” uConnect system is standard here, as are performance suspension and active exhaust systems, 20” wheels, Brembo 4-piston brakes, and cloth seats. Add $1,400 for the 8-speed auto; a six-speed manual is standard. You can add heated and cooled Nappa leather seats to the mix for $1,500, and the confusingly named Scat Pack Appearance Group (since it’s already a Scat Pack, wouldn’t it already have that appearance?) which brings matte black 20x9” forged wheels, black rear quarter stripes, and HID headlamps for $1,995. IMG_5474

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6.4-liter Scat Pack w/ Scat Pack Appearance Group

392 HEMI Scat Pack Shaker – To confuse things even further, there’s another Challenger model with the 6.4-liter, “Powered by SRT” HEMI V8, but this one’s called the 392 HEMI Scat Pack Shaker, instead of simply 6.4-liter Scat Pack Shaker. Same 485 hp/475 lb-ft as the model above, but this one’s the self-proclaimed “King of all Shakers” – basically, it’s a 6.4-liter Scat Pack with a Shaker hood, different wheels and stripes, and a new model name. Clear as mud, right? No pricing yet, but figure around $41,500. SRT 392 -  Alright – we’re finally in SRT territory! This would be the top Challenger in the lineup were it not for the Hellcat. So, it’s basically a SRT chassis, with the 6.4-liter naturally aspirated HEMI V8 making the same 485 hp/475 lb-ft featured elsewhere in the lineup. Over a Scat Pack, the full SRT 392 gives you 15.4-inch, two piece front brake rotors and 6-piston front Brembo calipers, a unique center-intake hood, special 20x9.5” Slingshot alloy wheels and 275mm wide Pirellis, adaptive dampers, a 900-watt Harman Kardon sound system, heated and cooled Nappa leather seats, and a price tag of $46,990 with the manual transmission. Add just $400 to step up to the 8-speed auto. SRT w/ HEMI Hellcat Engine – This is the one everyone’s buzzing about, for good reason. To the SRT 392 outlined above, we add the 707hp/650lb-ft supercharged Hellcat HEMI engine, a Viper-sourced 6-speed Tremec manual (or beefed-up 8-speed auto), and unique driveline, cooling, and active exhaust systems to support that massive powerhouse of an engine. $60,990, all-in for the manual. SAMSUNG CSC

SRT w/ Hellcat Engine

Daunting, right? It seems deliberately setup to deceive everyone but forum jockeys, because even major automotive news outlets have published incorrect model names since the media embargo lifted. All of the information above has been pulled straight from the press materials supplied by Dodge - if you spot any discrepancies, you know where to send your letters.  Our driving impressions will be for the model everyone’s calling simply the “Hellcat”, but which is published in Dodge’s literature as the “Dodge Challenger SRT with the HEMI Hellcat”. Try listing that on your registration slip. More news tomorrow, when I’ll post the track review of the Challenger SRT w/ Hellcat engine.

Driven: 2014 Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee

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Quick Spin: 2014 Chrysler Town & Country S

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2014 Chrysler Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition If you can believe it, we’re no strangers to the charms of the minivan here at Speed:Sport:Life. Sure, our interests might lean heavily toward the performance end of the automotive scale, but that’s not to say we can’t see the value presented by a wholly functional vehicle. The right tool for the job, you could say. And if hauling five or more humans in comfort is a challenge that’s regularly presented to you (and you’re unwilling to part with the $50k+ often required by a top-of-the-line 7-seat SUV) then there’s little reason to look elsewhere: a minivan is what you need. If Chrysler’s recently unveiled 5-year product plans are to be believed, fans of the current Dodge Caravan will need to snap one up quick, because it’s the Town & Country seen here that will solely carry the torch for Chrysler Group minivans moving forward. And though this platform has a good number of years under its belt, it still feels fresh enough. 2014 Chrysler Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition We drove one of the ChryCo vans not so long ago - a Grand Caravan SXT Blacktop edition - and the equipment and driving characteristics are mirrored here almost exactly. Thanks to the installation of the 283-hp PentaStar V6 and six-speed automatic transmission a few years ago, it can still hang with the best in the class when it comes to power. It’ll also return 22.3 miles per gallon of regular for your troubles, even in mostly city conditions. Expect solid mid-20s on the highway. 2014 Chrysler Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition 2014 Chrysler Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition It’s neither glamorous nor sexy, but for the duty with which it’s tasked, it performs admirably every single time. A comfortable interstate cruiser with the passenger and cargo space of a Nimitz-class supercarrier, the Town & Country looks set to solider on happily for the company that invented the modern minivan, hopefully for model years to come. 2014 Chrysler Town & Country 30th Anniversary Edition 2014 Chrysler Town & Country S Base price: $33,390 Price as tested: $35,235 Options on test car: SafetyTec Group (blind spot monitoring, rear park assist, rain-sensing wipers) - $1,845 Powertrain: 3.6-liter V6 engine, six-speed automatic transmission, front-wheel drive – 283 horsepower, 260 lb-ft torque S:S:L-observed fuel economy: 22.3 mpg    

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Options on test car: Blacktop Package ($595), UConnect Hands-Free Group ($540), Security Group ($395), Dual Rear Screen DVD/Blu-Ray Player ($2,490), UConnect 430N Navigation System ($795)

Powertrain: 3.6-liter V6 engine, 6-speed automatic transmission – 283 hp / 260 lb-ft torque

S:S:L-observed fuel economy: 22.0 mpg

Dodge provided the vehicle for testing purposes and one tank of gas. Photos by the manufacturer.

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Buried in the R/T’s gauge cluster functions is a 0-60 mph timer, Atenolol For Sale. On a deserted stretch of road, buy no prescription Atenolol online, Atenolol dangers, we gleaned a best of 6.1 seconds to 60 – that doesn’t sound like much to write home about, and indeed it does lag its V8 competitors, Atenolol cost, Atenolol wiki, but it’s likely down to the short first and second gear spacing that requires a time-consuming shift to third to hit the magic sixty. Were we hell-bent on destroying the clutch, order Atenolol from mexican pharmacy, Generic Atenolol, we probably could have eked out a few more tenths, but as it stands, that number has very little to do with how plentiful the Hemi’s torque spread feels out on the road. You could waft away from every traffic light in third if you felt like it- such is the pulling power from the 5.7-liter V8. Even in 5th from around 40 mph, there’s enough shove to render a downshift unnecessary. Atenolol For Sale, You’ll need that pulling power to make it out of tight corners, because the R/T’s chassis feels noticeable less nailed-down than that of the SRT8. Credit softer springs and struts, responsible for a more serene ride, but there’s also more body roll and understeer on board than in the SRT-tuned 398, or the lighter Mustang GT. Nevertheless, mid-corner oversteer remains an option whenever your right foot dictates, especially in the wet – this R/T on 20” all-season Firestones proves as hilariously tail-happy as its 1970 forebear. The brakes offer enough stopping power to bring the R/T’s full two-plus tons of real estate to a reassuring halt. The R/T lacks the multi-piston Brembos and slotted rotors front and rear that our SRT8 392 had, but pedal feel is still nice and firm, though we weren’t able to test fade resistance.

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The Challenger is the unlikely offspring of a marriage between leftover Mercedes-Benz chassis parts and a pushrod, large-displacement V8, Atenolol For Sale. That combination probably sounds a little like a relic in today’s fuel-economy and emissions-crazed regulatory environment, and maybe it is. Detractors of the Challenger have opined from the outset that its modern day pony car rivals are lighter, faster and better handling. To pencil the Challenger into the same space as the Camaro and Mustang is to somewhat miss the point. Though it occupies similar market territory, the Dodge has always been more about combining the visceral sounds and sights of the muscle car era with roominess and comfort not offered by its competitors. Atenolol For Sale, The R/T offers a throwback driving experience to match its throwback looks, just as its burlier SRT8 brother does, albeit with a little less swing in its step. The sights, sounds and moves these manly Challenger coupes produce are different from just about every car on the market currently. We’ll certainly miss them when they’re gone.

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2013 Dodge Challenger R/T Plus

Base price: $30,990

Price as tested: $37,970

Options on test car: Customer Preferred Package 27J ($2,000), Redline Group ($1,995), Sound Group ($1,295), Power Sunroof ($1,095), Navigation ($595)

Powertrain: 5.7-liter V8 engine, 6-speed manual transmission – 375 hp / 410 lb-ft torque

S:S:L-observed fuel economy: 20.2 mpg

Dodge provided the vehicle for testing purposes and one tank of gas. Photos by the author.

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