Dodge presented their response to consumers who can’t afford the likes of Hellcat or SRT: Charger R/T Scat Pack. Even with the cutting off the frills and trims of SRT 392, the sedan makes the cut to satisfy customers from the middle class. With the entry price of $28,990, you can benefit from an authentic Dodge performance.
Exterior and Interior
Comparing Scat Packand SRT 392, there’s huge semblance—at least exteriorly. Since Dodge suited the sedan for a much friendlier budget, several factors has been cut off basing from the SRT. Leather upholstery and heated seats, HID headlamps and the power-adjustable steering column have been taken out for the Scat Pack design. Seats were replaced with grey fabric, a unique ‘splash screen’ adorns the dashboard among the instrument clusters, and a launch control system dubbed as Dodge Performance pages took over as the models main physical features.
Engine, Transmission and Price
Dodge gave Scat Pack with a pushrod, 16-valve V8 engine complete with iron block and aluminum heads, plus port fuel injection. The 8-speed auto transmission with manual shifting mode completes the setup for boosted performance. Other than that, Scat Pack is a front-engine, rear-wheel drive type of vehicle. The sedan can then summon up to 485 horse power and 475 lb.-ft. of torque.
- Engine : 16 valve, pushrod V8 engine
- Transmission : 8 speed auto transmission, rear-wheel drivetrain
- Power : 485hp @ 6000rpm
- Torque : 475 lb.-ft. @ 4200 rpm
- Mileage : (city) 15 mpg; (highway) 25 mpg
- Price : $28,990 – $40,990