Some purists demand that a muscle car must be rear wheel drive. What say you? CarBuzz gives their opinion after the jump.
There’s performance art and then there’s performance art! Quick video after the jump!
Dropped by the Red Square Car Show in Seattle today and spotted this Plum Crazy 392 Challenger. It was kind of hard to miss…
A Dodge Challenger Hellcat and the German Autobahn just go together like peanut butter and jelly. Video after the jump!
The Truth About Cars takes a quick look at the 2017 300S, consisting of some slight exterior and interior changes/updates. Here’s a sobering thought; you’re looking at one half of the vehicles making up Chrysler’s 2017 lineup. That can’t be good.
When asked what a car is worth, a common response is “It’s worth whatever somebody is willing to pay for it”. When the Hellcat was first released to the motoring world, people were shocked, twice; once for Dodge producing a 707 hp car and again when the starting price of $60,990 was announced. With supply limited, speculators moved in, buying Hellcats to flip for an easy profit. Resale prices hitting six figures were not unheard of. Now that a year has passed and the hype has settled a bit, just what is a 2015 Challenger Hellcat worth? Still more than the sticker? Mercum recently auctioned this 2015 B5 blue, 6 speed Challenger Hellcat with only 13 miles on the odometer. The winning bid was $73,000.
The 6.4L powered Chrysler 300 SRT has returned in 2016 but only for the Australian marketplace. It’s interesting to note that, while SRT no longer stands alone in North America after having been merged with Dodge, the Australian 300 SRT displays no Chrysler emblems. Find more info at Left Lane. More pics after the jump!