2019 Dodge Challenger Review
Are your Hamilton, Madison, or Smyrna area drives calling for a muscle car with an accommodating array of features and capabilities? That’s exactly what you’ll get from the 2019 Dodge Challenger.
University CDJR has drawn up this brief review to provide you with a vivid picture of what the Challenger can do. We’ll be covering some of its key attributes within the categories of performance, comfort, and safety. Dive in for a closer look.
The 2019 Dodge Challenger Engine Lineup
When it comes to its performance, the 2019 Challenger is built to impress. This is pretty obvious when you take a look at the total of five possible engines from which you can choose. The standard offering is a 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine that supplies you with 305 horsepower.
The 5.7L HEMI® V8 with its full-bodied output of 375 horsepower, the 392 HEMI® V8 and its 485 horsepower, the Supercharged 6.2L HEMI® SRT Hellcat V8 that manages to pump out a total of 717 horsepower, and the Supercharged 6.2L HEMI® Hellcat High-Output V8 with its beastly 797 horsepower make up the available engines for the Challenger.
It doesn’t matter where you’re seated inside the 2019 Dodge Challenger, you can count on there being plenty of space. It seats five adults comfortably and boasts a passenger volume that measures at 93.9 cubic feet.
In the front row, you and one of your passengers have the opportunity to take advantage of 39.3 inches of headroom, 55.3 inches of hip room, 42 inches of legroom, and 58.5 inches of shoulder room. The folks in the back have it just as nice with 37.1 inches of headroom, 47.8 inches of hip room, 33.1 inches of legroom, and 53.9 inches of shoulder room.
Reassuring Safety Features
When you’re out on the open road, you want to be confident that your vehicle has your back. That’s the kind of confidence that you can expect from the 2019 Challenger. It accomplishes this with a comprehensive array of safety features.
For instance, the Challenger is available with Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path Detection. These features work together to boost your overall awareness by letting you know when a vehicle is in one of your blind spots. This makes it possible for you to change lanes as well as back in and out of parking spots with increased self-assurance.
The Hill Start Assist is another feature that makes a lot of difference in the safety department. This standard feature comes into play whenever you’re ready to get going again after being parked on the side of a hill. When you’re moving your foot from the brake to the gas pedal, it continues to apply pressure to the brakes for an extra moment to prevent the car from rolling backwards before accelerating.
Check Out the 2019 Dodge Challenger in Person
Here comes the fun part. With its robust performance capabilities, accommodating interior, and supportive safety features, the 2019 Dodge Challenger is one formidable automobile. Hamilton, Madison, and Smyrna drivers can get a feel for these and other highlights by contacting University CDJR about scheduling a test drive.