The 2020 Dodge Charger has a very affordable starting price of $31,390. The Charger lineup starts with the SXT in rear-wheel-drive trim with this entry pricing. That’s only a $425 increase from the 2019 models. Ordering books will open this fall, but deliveries will begin in early 2020. The Dodge Charger is America’s only four-door muscle car to lead the United States large car segment three years in a row.
Pricing stays very competitive with the previous year on the rest of the models. The only trim with over a $250 bump is the Hellcat Widebody, but that is new option for the 2020 lineup. The lineup with MSRP changes from 2019: SXT RWD $31,390 ($425 increase), GT RWD $33,390 ($150 increase), SXT AWD $35,090 ($25 increase), R/T $37,890 ($150 increase), Scat Pack $41,490 ($250 decrease), Scat Pack Widebody $47,490 (brand new model), SRT Hellcat Widebody $71,140 ($2,150 more than 2019 non-widebody), and the Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition $75,635 (brand new model).
The entire lineup has a price differential of $44,245 from lowest to highest trims. The power differential goes from the 3.6L Pentastar V6 in the SXT with 292 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque up to the 6.2L supercharged Hemi V8 in the 2020 Dodge Charger Hellcat Widebody Daytona Edition. That engine produces 717hp and 650 lb-ft of torque. Dodge claims that the Scat Pack is the best horsepower value per dollar with its Hemi V8 pumping 485 horsepower and 475 lb-ft of torque. There are some improvements on the Scat Pack Widebody from the other models. It has stiffer springs, larger sway bars, larger shocks, and retuned dampers.
With order books opening this fall, if you are interested in the limited-edition Daytona 50th Anniversary edition, put a deposit down. They will likely sell out quickly. The much more affordable models will be abundantly available in the new year.