This month, Dodge is teaming up with the Barrett-Jackson Northeast auction on June 20-23 to help raise some money for charity by selling off the very last Dodge Viper and the very last Dodge Challenger SRT Demon to roll off of their respective assembly lines. As your Dodge dealership serving Crofton, MD, we are very pleased to know that 100 percent of the proceeds from this auction will go directly to the United Way, but the real story is not the charity. No, the real story is the end of two iconic Dodge models.
The final Dodge Viper is a 2017 model year car painted in Viper Red with a black Alcantara interior, while the last-ever production Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is a 2018 model rocking the same color schemes.
Both Dodge cars are one-of-a-kind, which is why they should be so desirable at auction, but we are most disappointed to see the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon see its run end. Like the Hellcat muscle cars before it, the Dodge Demon always was meant to be a limited-edition vehicle, but its 840 horsepower was pound-for-pound among the most powerful automobiles on American roads today.
The standard Dodge Challenger will live on, however, so if you are interested in owning one of the most respected muscle cars in the industry, come pay us a visit here at Ourisman Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM of Bowie any time, and one of our sales associates will be happy to get you behind the wheel for a test drive.
It might not be exactly like driving a Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, but there still is a lot of kick in that engine, and with the 840-horsepower monster now in the past, owning a standard Dodge Challenger may be the next best thing.