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CALIFORNIA DEALERSHIP HAS 16 BRAND NEW DODGE DEMON MUSCLE CARS FOR SALE

All With Delivery Mileage And Hefty Prices

Dodge Demon

If you’ve had nagging regrets about not buying a 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon back when it first came out, continuing to read may only make those feelings worse. As you well know, Dodge discontinued the Demon within the same model year that it debuted. Of the 3,300 Demons that were produced, sixteen of them are sitting on the lot of Huntington Beach Dodge/Jeep/Ram dealership in California. And yes, they are unregistered, delivery-mileage examples just waiting to stretch their legs on the drag strip. Dodge Demon prices are officially through the roof.

The Zero-Mile Demons

To be clear, these Demons haven’t just been loitering around on the lot since 2018 while the “For Sale” signs fade. Thanks to the article on Jalopnik that shared this information, we know that the owner has just recently listed them for sale after sitting on them for three years. The recent listings are due to the crazy bubble the car market is floating in right now, and the fact that the Demon is becoming more collectible by the day.

2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Prices Autotrader
Image via Autotrader.

How Much For A Discontinued 2018 Dodge Challenger Demon?

Even used Dodge Demon prices are through the roof. If you do an “Any Distance” search on Autotrader right now for a Demon, you won’t find a single one listed under $108,000, and that’s with 20,000 miles on the odometer. You’ll also see that every Dodge Demon listing at the Huntington Beach dealership has a “Call for Price” tag instead of an actual number. The Jalopnik article noted that they were able to coax the prices out of the reluctant sales manager, who said that each one will cost $200,000. That’s an insane number for a car with an original MSRP of $85,000, but, that’s what happens when you’re in a position to dictate the market. You’ll also find private seller on Autotrader listing Dodge Demon muscle cars at $300,000. It’s probably just worth a shot at this point.

If you decide that you want to fork over that kind of cash, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. The Skittle-colored lineup of SXT, GT, and R/T Dodge Challenger muscle cars that you normally see at Dodge dealerships is instead 100% Demons. Huntington Dodge has Demons in Pitch Black, Yellow Jacket Yellow, Billet Gray, Go Mango, White Knuckle White, and Octane Red, just to name a few of their appealing exterior color options.

Dodge Demon Logo Left Fender

Written by Liam White

Student of the car industry. Automotive Media Padawan.

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