What Can You Expect from the 2017 Dodge Charger Changes Coming to Oklahoma City and Tulsa?
A shakeup is coming to the 2017 Dodge Charger, and the changes are sure to delight Oklahoma City and Tulsa muscle car lovers – particularly those waiting to get their hands on one of the new Daytona models. Read on to learn about the upgrades, then come into AutoMax Dodge to check out the 2016 models before they speed out of here.
How is the Charger Expected to Change?
While the Dodge Charger is not expected to see sweeping changes, a few exciting upgrades are on the way for the Daytona. Drivers will see some minor upgrades to the exterior features, package offerings, and paint colors and textures to allow them the chance to add their own special touch to the Daytona, but that’s just the beginning.
The biggest changes are rumored to be under the hood, with the addition of six-piston brakes and Pirelli performance tires for better handling on and off the racetrack, as well as a more potent engine. The new 2017 Charger Daytona is said to be offering a 6.4L V8 powerplant that can produce as much as 485 hp and 475 lb.-ft. of torque to the rear wheels. This would likely be the same engine currently available exclusively on the R/T Scat Pack, which has received such high critical praise.
When Will it Release and How Much Will it Cost?
Dodge has already started taking orders for the new Daytona, and drivers should expect to see it rolling into dealerships soon. Those interested in getting behind the wheel of a 5.7L V8-equipped Daytona can expect to shell out about $40,985, while those not content with just 375 hp can get into a 6.4L V8 model for around $46,090, although those prices could fluctuate a little before the cars arrive this fall.
Learn More About the 2017 Dodge Charger Changes Coming to Oklahoma City and Tulsa
For more information about the new 2017 Dodge Charger changes coming to Oklahoma City and Tulsa, or to test-drive one of the 2016 models already in stock, contact AutoMax Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Ram by phone at (888) 974-0688 or in person at 4141 N. Harrison Ave., in Shawnee, OK.