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Pricing updates for the 2016 Dodge Challenger and Charger: into the packages

by Patrick Rall on

Yesterday, we brought you a quick look at the pricing for the 2016 Dodge Challenger and Charger. Today, we are adding the pricing changes for the two rear wheel drive Dodge cars.


2016 Charger Pricing

The 2016 Charger will be offered in SE, SE AWD, SXT, SXT AWD, R/T, R/T Scat Pack, SRT 392 and SRT Hellcat, as noted yesterday. This is a similar lineup to the 2015 Charger, except the R/T Road & Track model is not included in the 2016 preliminary information.

Charger SE and SXT prices remain the same for 2016, but those who buy a 2016 SE AWD will pay $750 less than 2015, while SXT AWD buyers will pay $1,000 less. The Charger R/T Scat Pack remains the same, but the 5.7L Hemi-powered R/T pricing jumps by $300. Finally, the Hellcat Charger pricing increases by $3,650, and with comparable new standard features, the 2016 Charger SRT 392 is $3,000 more than the same model in 2015.


In terms of packages and standalone options, pricing for the 2016 Dodge Charger have stayed the same for the most part, but there are some items that cost more for 2016. For V6 cars, the SE Sport Appearance Package is up $100 (to $1,095), the SXT Plus Group jumped by $300 to $2,495, the SXT Rallye Group increased by $100, and the AWD Plus Group is up $345.

The only non-SRT V8 option price increase is the R/T Plus Group, which jumped by $345. Everything for the Scat Pack remained unchanged.


Base pricing for the SRT has jumped for 2016. The SRT 392 and Hellcat both include the $695 navigation package and the $1,895 ($1,795 on Hellcat) Laguna leather group. The only option pricing increases for both are the summer performance tires, which have climbed by $400, and the red seat belts, which have increased by $100. The Hellcat Charger also has an increase on the Brass Monkey wheels — by $600.

2016 Challenger Pricing 

Packages all continue from 2015, with prices generally the same other than $200 hikes on the three Shaker packages — and the SRT cars. The SRT 392 Challenger has standard Laguna leather and navigation, with a $3,500 price hike; the Hellcat has the same new features with a $4,200 price hike.


There are some small price increases in options and packages, though most remain the same. The SXT Driver Convenience Group costs $300 more for the new year, but that is the only change. In the Challenger R/T (non-Scat Pack) series, the Driver Convenience Group costs $300 more and the R/T Technology Group increased by $800, but this price may include navigation and some other components.

The Scat Pack model sees the same Driver Convenience Group and Technology Group price hikes as the R/T, while the Scat Pack leather package climbed by $195 and the Scat Pack Appearance Group rose by $95.


Finally, changes to the SRT series are a $200 increase to the summer performance tires and a $100 hike to the red seat belts. Again, Brass Moneky wheels cost $600 more than in 2015, the Satin Black Hood finish now costs $1,000 more, the sunroof costs $800 more (although it is the same for all other models), and the 8-speed heavy duty automatic transmission costs $1,000 more than it did last year.

Patrick Rall was raised a Mopar boy, spending years racing a Dodge Mirada while working his way through college. After spending a few years post-college in the tax accounting field, Patrick made the jump to the world of journalism and his work has been published in magazines and websites around the world.

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