When you think of a Dodge Challenger, you think of the iconic Hemi engine. It’s the soul of the muscle car with the most muscle car personality. But don’t let that make you think the V6 models are anything to scoff at. Yes, they might be the rental car spec, but the GT model is the only muscle car that currently offers all wheel drive, and 303 hp isn’t too shabby. The V6-powered Dodge Challenger SXT and GT also provide good bang for your buck. But to make it a true muscle car, it needs some more aggression, and luckily MBRP has a cat back exhaust that does the trick.
The system works on any Dodge Challenger 2015 onward equipped with the 3.6 liter Pentastar V6, which means the SXT and GT trim levels. It takes out the large rear mufflers in favor of two midship resonators, and swaps the stock rectangular tips for some much nicer quad carbon fiber outlets. Just the tips do a lot of favors for the rear end of the Challenger.
MBRP have also provided a video of the exhaust system, which you can see below.
People put exhausts on their modified V6 Jeep Wranglers all the time, and they sound pretty good. It’s the same for the V6 Dodge Challenger GT. It just needed some awakening, and the MBRP exhaust delivers a nice V6 howl. But its still nice and subdued at highway speeds, so it won’t be intrusive on your daily drive.
MBRP offers their Dodge Challenger V6 cat back exhaust in two metal qualities, both of which work for either the SXT or GT model with either rear-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive. The aluminized steel version costs $778.22, while the higher quality T304 stainless version comes in at $1,235.28. If you want to make your Dodge Challenger V6 more of the muscle car it looks like, MBRP’s exhaust seems like a great upgrade to achieve that.