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2011 Dodge Challenger R/T And SRT8 392 Get ‘Green With Envy’ Paint Job

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Dodge will certainly be making its presence felt at this week’s 2011 Chicago Auto Show by introducing a bright new paint finish for its Challenger muscle car. Dubbed Green With Envy, the new exterior color will be available on the 2011 Dodge Challenger R/T and the high-performance 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392.

Cars finished in the Green With Envy color also get two A-line body stripes--either in matte black (standard) or white (optional). Other goodies include new 20 inch aluminum wheels, Nappa leather on the seats and center console and Green With Envy accent stitching.

Production of the exuberant Challenger models start later this month at Chrysler’s Brampton assembly plant in Ontario, Canada. Dodge dealers across the country are taking orders now.

Pricing for the Green With Envy 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 starts at $44,875 (including $825 destination), while the 2011 Dodge Challenger R/T comes in at $35,785 (including $825 destination).

Incidentally, if the bright green paint finish doesn’t tickle your fancy, Dodge is offering four additional exterior colors for the high-performance Challenger SRT8 392: Billett Metallic Clear Coat, Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl Coat, Redline 3 Pearl Coat and Toxic Orange Pearl Coat.

For more information on the 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392, click here for our previous story.
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  1. GREAT COLOR ! Now just offer an ALL WHITE interior to go with White Stripes & as well as a Shaker Hood & while we're at it a CONVERTIBLE VERSION !!!!
     
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  2. $45k for a DODGE?!?!?!?! Ha ha hahaha hah haha ha haha ha.
     
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  3. i consider this car a foreign car,seeing it is made and assemled in canada, and the engine made in mexico.
    taking job away from america worker!!!
    shame on chrysler!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  4. Shame on Chrysler, taking jobs away from american workers by making the motor in mexico and building the Callenger in Canada!!!!!!!!!!!
    it is therefore a FOREIGN car
     
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  5. SANTO, look in to the facts, Ford and chevy build vehicles in Canada and mexico. So they are all foreign, change your tune? Shame on you!
     
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  6. What's this? No Obama logo on it or the Camaro ZL1? They are both produced by Government Motors.
     
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  7. Best looking import I have ever seen. Thanks Santo, Santo sounds, well south of the border IMO.
     
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  8. well if the engine is built in mexico and the rest in canada it least it will be built with some more quality then the crap produced in america.
     
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  9. NATHAN,you must watch American Idol, drive a Honda Accord or Toyota Camry (what the hell is a camry?), eat at McDonalds, believe in the Tea Party. The reason is that our cars are outsourced, just like our jobs... Hello and wake up!
     
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  10. It is an okay car for what it is, which is an alternative to the Camaro or Mustang. It is bigger, heavier, but has more head and leg room.
    While the new engine represents an upgrade, it is too bad that Dodge couldn't come up with something a little more comparable to the higher performance Mustang and Camaro offerings for it's top dog model.
     
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  11. Well bashing the north will you it seems to me the folks to the south have no issues with burning foreign gas in there cars or useing foreign natural gas to heat there houses or foreign hydro to light NYC and the list goes on and on............
     
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  12. Ok, 1st. It is a shame that an american muscle car icon is no longer produced in America. 2nd. There is no more domestic vs foriegn, the lines are so blurred these days, you can't make that distinction anymore.
     
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