2018 Dodge Challenger Hellcat

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Condition Used
Mileage 16,200 miles
Year 08-2018
Engine HellCat 707HP
Fuel G

Vehicle Details

Condition Used
Make Dodge
Model Other
Year 08-2018
Price $0
Mileage 16,200 miles
Fuel G
Color Octane Red/ Carbon Fiber stripes
Body Style Widebody
Transmission Automatic
Doors 2
Engine HellCat 707HP

Vehicle Description

This is the 2018 Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody. The name tells you pretty much everything: It’s a 707-horsepower Hellcat with the Demon’s big ol’ fender flares, 3.5-inches wider than the standard Challenger Hellcat. Those over-fenders make room for the most sensible wheel-and-tire package that’s ever been offered on a Hellcat: 305/35 Pirelli P-Zeros at all four corners, mounted on unique 20 x 11-inch split-five-spoke aluminum wheels. Compared to the optional 275/40 Pirelli P Zeros on the original Hellcat, these wider tires give the Hellcat the grip it so desperately needs. Dodge says the Widebody is good for 0-60 in 3.4 seconds and a 10.9-second quarter-mile, improvements of 0.1 and 0.3 seconds over the standard Hellcat. The Widebody is also the first Challenger Hellcat to get electric power steering, with Street, Sport and Track modes. Those 305s also improve the Hellcat’s cornering abilities. Dodge says the Widebody generates 0.97g of lateral grip, an improvement of 0.04. And the automaker claims the wide-tire Hellcat turns laps two seconds quicker than its narrower twin on “a 1.7-mile track.” We have no idea which circuit Dodge used to get this claim, but it’s impressive. With serious rubber under its wheelwells for the first time, this package could make the Widebody the most track-worthy Hellcat yet—what with the base model vaporizing its rear tires at anything more than 30-percent throttle, and the Demon’s DOT drag radials unsuited for anything other than the drag strip. Dodge seems to hint at the Widebody’s track-ability in a note on engine cooling, saying that “engine power will not be de-rated due to cooling demands after 20 minutes of hard driving on a road course at an ambient temperature of 100 degrees Fahrenheit.”
This Hellcat has always been dealer serviced and just had new tires less than 1000 miles ago. Ive included window sticker picture that shows all options. Like new with only some minor wear from use, 16,200 miles currently. Huge improvement over the standard Hellcat in both looks and performance. Clean Carfax, No accidents, no excuses. Went into service July 27th 2018 so there is 1-1/2 years left on bumper to bumper Warranty and the powertrain Warranty is good up to 5 years, 60,000 miles.