The 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170 is arguably one of the most exciting vehicles to debut this year; with record-breaking power and performance, it’ll be high on the list of many to try and get their hands on. Dodge will begin accepting orders on March 27, which isn’t too far from now. The car will also feature some unique options for customers, which will unsurprisingly bump the suggested retail price of the Demon 170 from $96,666 (before taxes and fees) to over $130,000.
2023 Dodge Challenger Demon 170 Pricing: Details
While a traditional configurator isn’t available yet, there’s now a site where you can see the full pricing and options for the new muscle car. According to dealer info, if you want everything added to the muscle car of all muscle cars, it’ll cost $133,421 after the necessary fees. Those fees include the unavoidable $1,595 destination fee and equally mandatory $2,100 gas guzzler tax.
The Dodge Challenger Demon 170 is available in 14 exterior colors with only three that come at no additional cost: White Knuckle, Pitch Black, and Torred. Seven add $95 to the price: Granite, Destroyer Grey, Triple Nickel, F8 Green, B5 Blue, Frostbite, and Plum Crazy. Meanwhile, four cost $395: Octane Red, Sinamon Stick, Go Mango, and Sublime. Additionally, customers can specify a Satin Black hood for $1,995; if they want the hood, roof, and decklid Satin Black that’ll cost $3,495.
The Demon 170 comes standard with forged aluminum wheels. But carbon-fiber and aluminum two-piece wheels are available to reduce the weight even more, adding $11,495 to the super muscle car’s price.
On the inside, the Dodge Demon 170 features a spartan cabin with just a fabric-covered driver’s seat – no passenger chair or rear bench. Additionally, the trunk doesn’t have a carpet or light in an effort to shave some weight.
Re-adding a passenger seat and the rear bench is a $1,995 upgrade. You can also opt for a mix of Alcantara and Laguna leather in black or Demonic Red for $5,995. In addition, a Sunroof can be added for $995, Demon Red seatbelts for $395, a trunk dress kit for $295, and GPS navigation for $995.
Sadly, those $1 options that were present on the original Demon are no longer.
Without the accessories, buyers still get an epic car with a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that produces 1,025 horsepower and 945 lb-ft of torque on E85 fuel, which is largely made from corn, a renewable source.
While dealerships are not accepting orders at this time, we can expect markups to be heavy hitters for Demon 170 dreamers. One dealer has reportedly claimed to have nine allocations of the vehicle and is asking $300,000 USD already. However, Dodge intends to prioritize orders at MSRP, meaning those vehicles would go into production first, as a way to fight markups.