What does SRT8 mean on a Dodge Challenger?
Street and Racing Technology
The term SRT stands for Street and Racing Technology. In the beginning, SRT began as Team Viper to develop the Dodge Viper. Over the years the term SRT expanded across the full Dodge line-up. Whenever you see a new Dodge Challenger SRT8 this means that this vehicle features a V8 engine.
Is SRT discontinued?
Yes, technically the Street and Racing Technology division no longer exists as a small dedicated engineering team, but the engineers have all been retained and folded into the Stellantis global engineering division, which will continue to make SRT and performance-branded cars in the future.
Is the Dodge Challenger SRT8 500 a collectors edition?
The first year collectors edition Dodge Challenger SRT8 500 is reminiscent of the 1969 Dodge Charger 500 and is a testament to Dodge’s strong racing heritage. The Challenger SRT8 500 shares many of the attributes associated with Dodge racing heritage such as its HEMI performance,…
What’s the price of a 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT 8?
Description:Used 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT-8 for sale – $31,998, 58,706 miles with Leather & Suede Seats, Sunroof(s), Parking Sensors, Front Seat Heaters, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input
Is the Dodge Challenger SXT available in Canada?
Later in 2008, Dodge will introduce four 2009 Dodge Challenger models for sale in Canada: Dodge Challenger SE, Dodge Challenger SXT, Dodge Challenger R/T and Dodge Challenger SRT8. Pricing for the complete all-new Dodge Challenger lineup will be announced at a later date.
How big is the engine on a Dodge Challenger?
Over the past 13 years, Dodge has employed a marketing strategy of releasing an array of limited edition models. Here is the staggering lineup. The inaugural edition of the Challenger was numbered, X of 6,462, and came equipped with the 425 hp. 6.1 Hemi engine with 425 lb.-ft. of torque.