Dodge gives the American troops a salute with a Stars and Strips Edition

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All-American Performance: Dodge Salutes U.S. Armed Forces with S
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Dodge salutes the U.S. military. Dodge gives the American troops a salute with a Stars and Strips Edition of the Challenger and Charger. For the 2019 New York Auto Show, Dodge will show off the Stars and Stripes package for the 2019 Challenger and Charger. Anyone can order the package, but Dodge claims to have the highest percentage of active duty military customers in the industry. Dodge offers a $500 discount for most current and retired members of the U.S. Armed Forces.

The Stars & Stripe Edition features Satin Black American Flag fe

The Dodge Stars and Stripes models have a black and silver center stripe with black wheels, badging, and American flag fender decals. Cars with four-piston Brembo brakes calipers get bronze painted ones. This complements the interior, which is finished in black cloth with bronze stitching everywhere from the steering wheel to the door panels. The seats have bronze embroidered stars. The Stars and Strips Package is available on the Scat Pack and R/T versions of the Challenger and Charger, plus the Challenger GT and the Charger GT RWD. It adds $1,995 to the base price of each car. 

Inside, Stars & Stripes Edition models feature Gloss Black inter

Not only is Dodge offering the Stars and Stripes package, but they are expanded two other packages. The Painted Satin Black Appearance Package, which is from the Dodge Demon and Challenger Hellcat, but will now be available on the Charger Hellcat. This package adds a hand-painted hood, roof, trunk and spoiler to the Hellcat, and is about $3,450. The other package is the Brass Monkey Package, now available on the Challenger and Charger Scat Pack, R/T and Challenger GT and Charger GT RWD models. It adds bronze-painted 20-inch wheels, satin black badging, fuel door lid and spoiler costing $795. Check out all options displayed at the New York International Auto Show on April 17.

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