Seriously, this thing will do some glorious burnouts.
Sometimes you just want a car that will blow everyone away at the local dragstrip and also draw a crowd at car meets. That’s what this 2017 Dodge Charger Hellcat is all about. Any true enthusiast will recognize this isn’t just another Charger, but instead it packs some serious power that will keep you plastered to the seat from the moment you drop the hammer. Thanks to Leake Auction Company, this car could become yours.
The immaculate Yellow Jacket paint job contrasts with the black trim, badges, and wheels to make this car look mean without trying too hard. Speaking of the wheels, they’re the upgraded Brass Monkey SRT 20-inchers, which are a great option to put on modern Dodge Chargers. Brembo red brake calipers peek out through the spokes, emphasizing that this car has so much power it needs to upgraded stopping capability. A two-tone black and Saddle interior is in perfect condition, meaning you stay comfortable while blasting down the track or rumbling down Main Street.
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Of course, the main attraction of this Dodge is the legendary 6.2-liter supercharged V8 Hellcat engine. It pushes out a thunderous 707-horsepower plus 650 lb.-ft. of torque, which feels simply amazing to control. Don’t drive stick? That’s not a problem, because this sedan comes with an 8-speed automatic transmission which shifts aggressively when you really push the car.
While the Charger Hellcat is mostly about going fast, this car is also quite livable thanks to some nice features. For example, there’s a power sunroof, Bluetooth for the sound system, plus touchscreen navigation. The front seats are heated and cooled, plus a dual-zone automatic climate control system will keep you and your passenger from fighting over the temperature.
Dodge made just 1,889 Charger SRT Hellcats for the 2017 model year. Demand was strong, with dealers taking long waiting lists of enthusiasts who were hopeful to get their hands on the car. Now you have the chance to own this red hot ride and be the envy of the neighborhood.