2013 Dodge Challenger Rallye Redline

Patrick M Hoey

2013 Dodge Challenger Rallye Redline

MSRP (with destination): $30,690
PRICE AS TESTED: $33,255

ENGINE:
3.6-liter DOHC V-6
Horsepower (hp): 305 @ 6350rpm
Torque (lb-ft): 268 @ 4800rpm

TRANSMISSION:
5-speed automatic

DRIVE:
Rear-wheel

WHEELS AND TIRES:
20-inch aluminum wheels
245/45R-20 99V Firestone Firehawk GT tires

FUEL ECONOMY (city/highway/combined):
18/27/21 mpg

CURB WEIGHT:
3834lb

CAPACITIES:
Doors/Passengers: 2/5
Cargo: 16.2cu ft
Legroom (front/rear): 42.0/32.6 in
Headroom (front/rear): 39.3/37.4 in
Towing: 1000lb

EXTERIOR/INTERIOR COLOR:
Black/Slate Gray and Radar Red

STANDARD FEATURES:
Automatic headlights
Fog lights
Rear spoiler
SiriusXM satellite radio w/one-year trial subscription
6-speaker Boston Acoustics audio system
Heated front seats
Performance steering and suspension
3.06 rear axle ratio
Bluetooth audio and phone connectivity
Sport mode
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
USB port
Red racing stripe
20-inch black-chrome aluminum wheels
Rear parking assist
Keyless entry and ignition
Cruise control

OPTIONS ON THIS VEHICLE:
Sound Group II- $1295
Uconnect 430 6.5-inch touchscreen w/40GB hard drive
7-speaker Boston Acoustics audio system w/subwoofer and amplifier
Uconnect 430N navigation- $595
SiriusXM travel link w/one-year subscription
Electronics Convenience group- $750
Remote start
Temperature gauge, compass, and tire pressure display
Homelink
Alarm
Heated exterior mirrors
Spare tire delete- $75

KEY OPTIONS NOT ON THIS VEHICLE:
Power sunroof- $995
Uconnect 730N navigation- $790
Mopar interior appearance- $945

ADDITIONAL SPECS:
Rallye Redline trim debuted in spring of last year and returns for 2013. The more modest 430N navigation system is updated with crisper graphics and more accurate guidance.

COMPARE TO:
Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang, Hyundai Genesis

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Fares Al-saket
Mohammad Abd Habahbeh
Angus MacKenzie
Now with only 14, 000 sq.metres of sheet metal!
Edward Colón
Still too heavy.
Tu Tran
In other words, it ticks all of the right boxes for "muscle car looks" but leaves the questions of performance to other cars = posers? lol. I'll never give up three pedals!!!
Glacier Gautham
my fav company
Ronald Bodenbach
I agree H.P. I Just purchased a 2014 Rallye Redline fully loaded. I think the money spent on comfort and convenience is much better than money spent for power I could never use in the city. I guess I could race between red lights like the kids do racking up tickets and fuel costs. Unless you're on the track there's no point in the power or the extra pedal. 
H.P. Lovecraft
Tu Tran : It means the the Challenger is the most spacious and comfortable of the big three pony cars. The Rallye Redline is especially comfy and real snappy looking if you get the optional red/grey interior. Its a solid built car with enough power for anyone over 25 and it's a head turner. Plus, for city driving (in Los Angeles) an automatic with 6 cylinders and a sport mode is the best option for a Challenger.I own one and I love it. If I lived in a city with a lot more open space I would pick up a manual RT Classic, SRT8 or Yellow Jacket. Also, even on open track testing the automatic smoked the manual transmission. They are making automatic gearboxes better every year.

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