The Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock is the current range-topping muscle car on offer from FCA. With 807 horsepower under the hood, the Super Stock is second only to the Dodge Demon in the Brotherhood of Muscle’s hierarchy. Thanks to some sticky drag radials and some unique Bilstien shocks, the car’s 3.25 second 0-60 sprint is bested by only the Demon as well. However, this hasn’t stopped FCA from including the new Challenger in their Dodge Power Dollars incentive program.
The folks over at CarsDirect were the first to discover this unprecedented deal via a dealers bulletin. The Dodge Power Dollars incentive program offers buyers a $10 rebate for each horsepower the car they are purchasing has. With 807 horsepower under the hood of the Challenger SRT Super Stock, Dodge will throw in $8,070 cash towards the purchase of your new vehicle. That’s is far better than the $1,500 rebate available for the Camaro ZL1 or the non-existent financing deals for the GT500.
However, CarsDirect has done a little research and found that this deal may not be all that it is cracked up to be. That is because the Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock also qualifies for FCA’s new 0% APR/72 months deal, which they debuted just before Labor Day. According to the publication, if you choose the Power Dollars discount you’ll pay $1,191/month, totaling $85,726 at the end of the loan. If you choose the 0% APR/72 months deal however, your monthly payments will be $1,139/month, with a final cost of $82,000 before factoring in taxes and fees. That represents savings of $3,726.
Regardless of which deal you decide makes more sense for you, now is a great time to get your hands on a new Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock. Despite the fact that Dodge’s Power Dollars program has been running for over a year at this point, the current offers are set to expire on September 30.