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Dodge Challenger Specs at TrueDelta: Powertrains and tires by trim level (2013)

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2013 Dodge Challenger Specs - Exterior and Interior Dimensions

Body 2dr Coupe
Wheelbase 116.0 in
Length 197.7 in
Width 75.7 in
Height 57.0 in
Curb Weight 3719 lb.
Fuel Capacity 19.0 gal.
Headroom, Row 1 39.5 in
Shoulder Room, Row 1 58.2 in
Hip Room, Row 1 54.7 in
Legroom, Row 1 42.0 in
Headroom, Row 2 37.4 in
Shoulder Room, Row 2 53.9 in
Hip Room, Row 2 51.4 in
Legroom, Row 2 32.6 in
Total Legroom 74.6 in (over 2 rows)
Cargo Volume 16.2 ft3

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What Our Members Are Saying about the Seat Room and Comfort of the 2013 Dodge Challenger

2013 Dodge Challenger Seat Room and Comfort: Pros
2013 2dr Coupe 375-horsepower 5.7L V8
6-speed manual RWD
I am a large person, being 6'4" tall and about 250 lbs. This car fits me great, with plenty of room and comfort. I am the driver always (I live alone) and don't often have anyone else with me, although on occasion, I have a passenger. Even with large passengers there is plenty of room in the interior. I have a couple of inches of head room, which is pretty unique. Most cars require me to recline the seat a notch or two in order to avoid having my head in the headliner. I DID NOT purchase a vehicle with a sunroof. That device eats up 2 inches of head room, and I would be right there. Besides, we get a lot of rain here on the coast and I would be afraid of leaks. The seats are supportive, and I have the 6 way power driver's seat. It is easily adjustable for position and has the adjustable lumbar support. I cannot imagine anyone not being able to be comfortable. There is also plenty of leg room in the front seats. The back seats are useful in a pinch, but if I had a family, this would likely not be the best choice of vehicle for me. Although I love driving it, and looking at it! see full Dodge Challenger review
2013 Dodge Challenger Seat Room and Comfort: Cons
2012 2dr Coupe 372-horsepower 5.7L V8
5-speed shiftable automatic RWD
While probably OK for short trips, but would not be comfortable for longer cruise even for small passengers see full Dodge Challenger review

2013 Dodge Challenger 2-door Coupe Specs - Powertrains and Tire Sizes

Trim SXT R/T SRT8 Core SRT8 392
Standard Engine 3.6L V6
305 hp@6350
268 lb-ft@4800
5.7L V8
375 hp@5150
410 lb-ft@4300
6.4L V8
470 hp@6000
470 lb-ft@4300
6.4L V8
470 hp@6000
470 lb-ft@4300
Optional Engine(s)  5.7L V8
372 hp@5200
401 lb-ft@4400
Standard Transmission5-speed manually-shiftable automatic6-speed manual6-speed manual6-speed manual
Optional Transmission(s) 5-speed manually-shiftable automatic5-speed manually-shiftable automatic5-speed manually-shiftable automatic
Standard DrivetrainRWDRWDRWDRWD
Standard Tires235/55HR18 tires235/55HR18 tires245/45YR20 tires245/45YR20 tires
Optional Tires245/45VR20 tires245/45VR20 tires  
  245/45ZR20 tires  
   245/45ZR20 tires (front)
255/45ZR20 tires (rear)
245/45ZR20 tires (front)
255/45ZR20 tires (rear)

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What Our Members Are Saying about the Powertrain of the 2013 Dodge Challenger

2013 Dodge Challenger Powertrain: Pros
2013 2dr Coupe 375-horsepower 5.7L V8
6-speed manual RWD
I purchased my Dodge Challenger RT new in May of 2013.I have never purchased new before. This is my first new car in my life, and will likely be my last. I tend to keep my vehicles long term, and there isn't enough muscle poweron the planet to pry my hands off of this vehicle. I have always wanted one of these since helping others build their muscle cars back in the 70s. I could not afford one then. It only took forty years, but was well worth the wait! I got this one in Jazz Blue Pearl (a dark blue, very nice). It has the 5.7 liter Hemi, 6 speed manual transmission, 20 inch wheels, 730N sound system (includes GPS NAV), leather heated seats, etc. The EPA mileage figures are 17/23. I have never gotten less than 22 in local service. Ihave gotten 26 on a trip of 160 one way miles. The engineers got things right with this one. The sound of it is awesome right from the factory. This is completely original, as delivered. I have made no modifications to it. I tdoesn't need any. Handling is very good. It is a big car. Very solid, and heavy. Wind (we have LOTS of it here) doesn't bother it. The car handles very well and is quite capable. It will easily outhandle most. In full on racing, probably some of the other "hot rods" could beat it. However, once you drive this one, you will likely not be too interested in the Ford or Chevy offerings, not to even mention the foreign stuff. I am tall, being 6'4" and I have headroom! A couple of inches, but that is enough. I can sit upright. Cannot do that in the others. Most cars require me to recline the seat a notch to keep my head out of the headliner. This one has room enough for two large people, and we are not bumping shoulders. Plenty of leg room, and it is quite comfortable to drive. Caveat--I am not a race driver, nor am I an abusive driver. I have not done burnouts, and other mayhem. I like to move along and not waste time, and I am a somewhat performance oriented driver. This car suits my style perfectly. The suspension is such that it handles the winding roads just fine, with no effort. Other vehicles trying to stay ahead of me are outside their lanes, and I am lazily winding along without any effort at all staying exactly where I want to be. The car is responsive and powerful. Variable valve timing gives you power from idle on up.Sixth gear is a REALLY tall gear, and is useful for highway speed cruising only. 1400 rpm at 55. 1600-1650 at 65. Downshift to 5th for passing. You have all the go needed when you do that. Try this one out, you will be impressed. They sure have made some improvements to say the least! see full Dodge Challenger review
2012 2dr Coupe 470-horsepower 6.4L V8
6-speed manual RWD
Really good power, underrated at 470hp. RWHP numbers vary between 400 and 430 which is around 500 overall hp. With traction control off the tires will try to break loose up to 3rd gear. A blast to drive everyday. No replacement for Displacement!!!! see full Dodge Challenger review

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2013 Dodge Challenger MSRP and Invoice Prices

Body Trim Base Price Invoice Destination
2dr Coupe SXT 26,220 25,250 995
2dr Coupe R/T 29,770 28,521 995
2dr Coupe SRT8 Core 38,995 37,901 995
2dr Coupe SRT8 392 43,945 42,462 995

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