Can a short person drive a Dodge Challenger?

Can a short person drive a Dodge Challenger?

The Dodge Challenger is a fun muscle car, but its long, bulging hood and small windows and windshield make it difficult for shorter drivers to see out of. Front head room measures 39.3 inches, leg room is 42.0 inches and shoulder room is 58.5 inches.

How much is the cheapest Hellcat?

Even with a starting price of $58,995, the Hellcat is easily the cheapest way to get a new car with over 700 horsepower.

How much does a Hellcat cost per month?

The 2020 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody is available with a 36-month lease for $541 per month while the Hellcat Challenger has a lease price of $531 for 36 months.

Is it expensive to maintain a hellcat?

Despite Dodge’s reputation in the reliability department, the car isn’t that bad. People drive them like they were stolen and do some serious mods, yet the V8s hold up. Most owners have just had to do regular maintenance at the cost of about $500 per year.

What credit score is needed to buy a hellcat?

There’s no credit score needed specifically for a Hell Cat or even a certain price vehicle. A 620 credit score with 20% down and a debt to income ratio of 15% would be more likely to be approved than someone with a 720 credit score with no money down and a debt to income ratio of of 50%.

How much is insurance for a hellcat?

More powerful Challenger models cost more to insure

Model/Trim Level Average Six-Month Insurance Cost MSRP*
SXT/Base $2,428 27,845
R/T $2,599 34,295
SRT8/SRT Hellcat $3,298 58,995
Demon $3,983 83,295

Why are Hellcats so expensive?

A Ferrari is sold not on how much it cost to make but how much you’ll pay. A hellcat is based on a mass produced car that competes on price so the hellcat is an extension of that and so is the price. Hellcats sell more base model versions more people can afford just by sitting at the same dealership.

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