2017 Dodge Challenger ratings and reviews
The Challenger’s trims share remote entry and remote starting, power seating, and Bluetooth integration. Beyond that, upper-level trims can fit engines like the 5.7L V8 Hemi VVT MDS. Trims can also choose between six-speed manual Tremec transmission or eight-speed automatic 8HP70 transmission, which includes a leather-wrapped shift knob, 230MM rear axle, and tip start. Drivers can upgrade their higher level trims with a power sunroof, performance brakes, a Uconnect vehicle sound system package, and a driver convenience package. The convenience package includes blind spot and cross path detection, foldaway mirrors, and discharging headlamps. Likewise, drivers can purchase a technology group package which includes automatic high beam control, forward collision warning, adaptive speed control, and rain-sensitive windshield wipers. On the basic trim, drivers can also pick between P245/45ZR20 BSW tires or P245/45ZR20 performance tires and aluminum or painted aluminum 20-inch wheels.