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We like to consider ourselves the First Family of Performance, and with cars like the Charger and Challenger we can back up that assertion. With a number of trims to choose from, we’re going with comparing the R/T Scat Pack variations of these iconic muscle cars. Surprise, the number of doors isn’t the only difference in between these pavement roasting V8 beasts.
This is the one spot where these automobiles will vary greatly. Not only is it a 2-door sports car vs 4-door car, but the styling is additionally significantly different. The Charger is a modern car, including the styling you’d get out of a 2020 design. The Challenger still harkens back to the muscle car era of the 1970s. There is no better looking retro-inspired muscle car than the Challenger. In spite of such huge differences, both vehicles include 20-inch wheels, auto headlights, 392 badges, and more. A few of the common upgrades offered are Brembo 6-Piston Front Brakes, HID headlamps, and model-specific packages like the Shaker package (Challenger) or Daytona Edition (Charger). The cabins are even more similar as both have the 8.4-inch touchscreen stereo, 180-MPH speedometer, dual-zone auto temp control, and auto-dimming rear view mirror. You can add NAV, a Sunroof, a Flat-Bottom Steering wheel and much more.
Exorbitant power is why both of these cars exist. Under the hood of both cars is the identical 392 HEMI® SRT V8. The 6.4L V8 engine creates 485hp and 475 lb-ft of torque that is sent to the back wheels. The one difference in between these 2 high powered machines is the transmission. The new 2020 Charger R/T Scat Pack has one choice, an 8-speed automatic transmission. On the other hand, the 2020 Challenger R/T Scat Pack provides you the choice in between a TorqueFlite ® 8-speed auto or a 6-speed TREMEC manual.
You might assume that with power at the leading edge of these automobiles, modern tech may take a backseat to that goal. Incorrect. Both vehicles start with All-Speed Traction Control, Electronic Roll Mitigation, DRL, Rear-Park Assist, a Back-Up video camera, Push-Button Ignition, and more. A few of the available options are Blind-Spot Detection, Cross-Path Detection, HID headlamps, Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning, NAV, and a lot more. Regardless if you need 2-doors or 4, you can purchase an impressive, good-looking, and highly advanced automobile to suit your needs.
|2020 Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack||VS.||2020 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack|
|392 SRT® HEMI V8||Available Engines||392 SRT® HEMI V8|
|8-speed automatic||Transmissions||6-Speed Manual TREMEC Transmission
TorqueFlite® 8-speed automatic
|485hp, 475 lb-ft torque||Horsepower
|485hp, 475 lb-ft torque|
|Halogen Headlights, LED Fog Lights, LED DRL (Standard)||Exterior Lighting||Projector Headlights, Fog Lights, LED Split Tail Lamps, LED DRL (Standard)|
|20-inch alloys (Standard)||Wheels||20-inch alloys (Standard)|
|8.4-inch Touchscreen (Standard) Navigation (Available)||Multimedia||8.4-inch Touchscreen (Standard) Navigation (Available)|
|ParkView® Backup Camera (Standard)||Cameras||ParkView® Backup Camera (Standard)|
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