That gives it a slightly higher starting price—and a slightly worse dollar-per-horsepower rating—than the $59,995 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.
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Chrysler also released pricing on the rest of the 2015 Charger lineup, including the 485-hp SRT 392 ($47,385) and R/T Scat Pack ($39,995), the 370-hp Charger R/T ($32,995), Charger SXT ($29,995), and the base 292-hp Charger SE ($27,995). All prices exclude a $995 destination charge.
There are new features for several models as well for 2015:
- Charger SE gets a 5.0-inch Connect touchscreen and 7-inch driver information display, with all-wheel drive now available as well
- Charger SXT gets Uconnect Access, 18-inch aluminum wheels, and LED fog lamps
- Charger R/T is now equipped with the eight-speed TorqueFlite automatic as standard, plus a rear spoiler and 20-inch wheels
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A new Plus Group is also available this model year, with $3,700 in features packaged together for just $2,000, including Nappa leather sport seats, heated steering wheel and rear seats, HID headlamps, polished aluminum wheels with Graphite color pockets, ParkSense parking assist, and ParkView backup camera. The Plus Group is available on SXT and R/T models.