Dodge Challenger

America's comeback kid

While the first use of the Dodge Challenger name was far from what made Mopar’s take on the pony car segment so iconic, the moniker’s reemergence in 1970 solidified a place in automotive history for the new pony car model. Building on Chrysler’s E Platform, Dodge employed its entire arsenal of high-performance engine options to not just rival cars such as the Mustang, Cougar, Firebird, and Camaro but to absolutely dominate the whole segment. On top of offering buyers almost infinite powertrain choices, the Challenger was also available in a number of trim levels and options. The Challenger could be ordered as a no-nonsense street-racer or a more fuel-efficient, stylish, and somewhat luxurious cruiser, or anywhere in between. Unfortunately, the Challenger’s late introduction doomed the car to a shortened first generation that ended production halfway through the 1974 model year. In all, only 165,437 examples were sold over four model years, leading to a three-year hiatus for the nameplate. In 1978, the Challenger returned for its second generation as a rebadged Mitsubishi Galant and again in 2008 for its third generation. Today, the Challenger is one of the most popular cars of the segment and was instrumental in kicking off what has been referred to as the second muscle car era.

2022 Dodge

Challenger Jailbreak


$126,900

2010 Dodge

Challenger RT


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1972 Dodge

Challenger Restomod


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1970 Dodge

Challenger T/A Six-Pack


$99,995

1973 Dodge

Challenger Restomod


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2009 Dodge

Challenger R/T


$22,500

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1970 Dodge

Challenger T/A


$124,990

1974 Dodge

Challenger


$93,995

2019 Dodge

Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320


$49,995

2012 Dodge

Challenger SRT8 Twin Turbo 1000hp


$58,900

2021 Dodge

Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye


$127,900

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1970 Dodge

Challenger R/T


$62,995

2009 Dodge

Challenger Speedfactory


$46,995

1970 Dodge

Challenger Custom


$139,995

2022 Dodge

Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye


$137,500

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2018 Dodge

Challenger SRT Demon


$239,900

1970 Dodge

Challenger RT/SE


$76,995

2014 Dodge

Challenger R/T Shaker


$44,929

2021 Dodge

Challenger SRT Super Stock


$139,900

2016 Dodge

Challenger Hellcat


$69,900

1974 Dodge

Challenger Resto-Mod


$149,900