The 2020 Dodge Challenger is the real deal. This vehicle is available in three different levels: T/A, the T/A Plus and the T/A 392. The T/A model received its names because of the original model used by the Dodge brand to compete in the SCAA’s Trans-Am racing series.
The entire design of the 2020 Dodge Challenger has this old-school feel written over it. However, it has new model attributes that combines the features of the old and new generations. You will be impressed with the paint used by Dodge on this classic model; these are Green Go and Yellow Jacket High-Impact Paint.
Each of the three models has a new hood design that has a full center-mounted scoop. You are free to choose the color that suits you. However, the hood, roof, rear wings, fuel-filler door and side stripes and trunk lid are finished in satin black.
Here is some more information about the 2020 Dodge Challenger.
The 2020 Dodge Challenger has the same dimension as the 2019 Challenger with a length size of 198″, the width size of 76″ and 56-58″ height. The difference is the interior design, which has been reconfigured to give the new model more interior space.
The T/A model base price for the Dodge Challenger is $37,390. The T/A Plus model is $40,140. You can acquire the Challenger T/A 392 at a starting MSRP of $43,995. The T/A 392 series requires an extra gas-muller tax.
Each model of the T/A has a standard performance exhaust system. The 2020 Dodge Challenger comes with a six-speed manual transmission, but you can select the eight-speed automatic transmission. Other features include 3.6, 5.7 and 6.4 liter engine. The eight-speed transmission model is the only vehicle with the 3.6 liter that produces 305 BHP, while 5.7 liter gives 375 BHP and the 6.4 liter option release 485 BHP. These two are available with the same 8-speed auto transmission found in the 3.6 liters and the 6-speed manual transmission model. The eight-speed Torque Flite automatic system has sport mode with paddle shifters and Fuel Saver Technology with four-cylinder mode and an Interactive Decel Fuel Shut Off.
Specs For The Dodge T/A
The Dodge T/A has a brand new 2.75-inch active performance exhaust system with an electronic mode, 20 x 9-inch lightweight forged-aluminum Mopar wheels that are 1-inch larger than the norm and finished in Hyper Black II. The T/A model also include a Super Track Pak which consists of the following details:
- Performance Brake Linings
- High-performance Bilstein shock absorbers
- Three-mode electronic stability control calibration with “full-off.”
- 5-inch lowered suspension
In contrast with other models, the T/A has a ram-air design. The essence of the ram-air design is to ensure the air goes through both of the vehicle’s inboard headlamps to the engine intake. It also includes a conical Mopar air filter which is uniquely different from the single headlamp engine intake concept known to the Hellcat design.
Specs For The Dodge T/A Plus
As a bonus to the T/A’s standard features, the T/A Plus has ventilated, heated Napa leather performance seats in black that have an embroidered “T/A” logo. It also has all-new fourth-generation Uconnect 8.4 system which consists of Apple CarPlay. Android smartphone integration is also incorporated in this car series.
The T/A Plus has increased capacity of the Super Track Pak by including a shortcut button to the Dodge Performance Pages that are integrated into the class-exclusive Uconnect Radio. This feature offers you the following precise performance information:
- A programmable shift light indicator
- Reaction time
- Lap times
- G-force indicator
This is shown on a 7-inch film transistor with a cluster display that can be customized. You will love the performance steering wheel, which is clothed with unadulterated leather, and it has a brand new power tilt-and-telescoping column to help you have a smooth driving experience.
Specs For The Challenger T/A 392
The T/A 392 has the best horsepower at 485, and it has 475 lb.-ft. of torque. This element enables it to provide up to additional 113 hp and provides it a 65-lb.-ft. The T/A 392 model retains an 180-mph primary speedometer, electronically controlled active performance exhaust system and 220-amp alternator.
It is interesting to know that the Dodge brand has enhanced the finishing material quality of the 2020 Challenger model, which is available in fourteen colors. The design of the instrument panel is another exceptional upgrade that Dodge has done. The instrument panel has a stylish and straightforward crisp appearance.
Dodge also improved the central car console with the additional touch-screen area to the Uconnect Multimedia device. The brand new Uconnect system has a swifter start-up time, improved processing power and sharp imagery. This beautiful car has excellent features such as a new compact media center system, keyless entry, rear view camera, crispy graphics, higher resolution, communication and navigation systems and an armrest with a built-in USB port.
This vehicle retains a lot of horsepower at 305 to 707 hp. Driving in the city uses 19 MPG while it consumes 30 MPG on the highway.
Pros And Cons
- The additional features of the vehicle offer it a masculine look and a feel that dates back to the early ‘70s.
- The interior part of the vehicle is large and provide ample space for a comfortable ride.
- The Uconnect 8.4 system makes the integration of your smartphone simple.
- It has multiple options that enable you to keep track of the performance and its performance process
The weight of the Challenger is estimated at 3,894 to 4,448 lbs. This weight is one of the obstacles that impede its handling. The new bells and whistles do not maximize its capacity in terms of power and performance.
On a final note, the 2020 Dodge Challenger has some unique features that make it appealing. If we have peaked your interest regarding the 2020 Dodge Challenger, then check one out in person at your nearest Dodge dealer.