A Look at 2022 Dodge Challenger Pricing Changes

The Build and Price page for the 2022 Dodge Challenger lineup is now live on the Dodge consumer website, meaning that we have the pricing for every trim level. As is generally the case, the price of every model has increased for the new year, but those increases are relatively small and for many models, the higher price comes with an improved security system.

2022 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock

V6 Challenger Prices

First up, we have the two trim levels which are powered by the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 – SXT and GT. There are no major changes for these two trim levels, but the rear-wheel-drive SXT base price climbs from $29,450 to $29,680, an increase of $230 while the rear-drive GT is up $545, from $32,450 to $32,995. None of the prices discussed here include the $1,595 destination fee, which is unchanged from 2021.

Dodge Hemi Orange Challenger

As for the all-wheel-drive models, the 2022 Challenger SXT AWD starts at $32,680, up $230 from $32,450, while the Challenger GT AWD is up $505, climbing from $35,450 to $35,955.

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Naturally Aspirated V8 Models

Next, we have the two models powered by naturally aspirated V8 engines, including the 5.7-liter Hemi in the R/T models and the 6.4-liter Hemi in the R/T Scat Pack models.

The Dodge Challenger R/T is unchanged for 2022, but it comes with one of the larger pricing increase, climbing from $36,150 to $37,230, up $1,080.

2022 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack Shaker Widebody

The Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack models, both standard and widebody, get a price increase of $780, but these models come with the new Deluxe Security System. That system incorporates a glass break sensor, a vehicle inclination sensor and an interior motion sensor to help prevent theft, which is well worth $780.

In addition to the R/T and R/T Scat Pack trim levels, there are several popular packages for each which used to be their own trim levels. This includes the T/A package, the Shaker package and, for the 392 models, the 1320 package. Each of these are unchanged for 2022, so the T/A package costs $3,995 for either trim level, the Shaker package costs $2,595 for either trim level and the 1320 package costs $3,995.

Supercharged Dodge Challenger Models

Finally, we come to those models which are powered by the supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi, including the standard Hellcat models, the Hellcat Redeye models, the Super Stock and the new Jailbreak model. The only change for the Hellcat, Redeye and Super Stock models is the new Deluxe Security System, similar to the one mentioned above for the Scat Pack models.

2022 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody

The “regular” 2022 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat with 717 horsepower is up from $61,850 to $63,080 while the 717-horsepower muscle car with the widebody package climbed from $67,850 to $69,080.

The 797-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye with the narrow body started at $73,450 in 2021, but for 2022, it starts at $74,680 while the widebody version jumps from $79,850 to $81,080.

Finally, the 807-horsepower Challenger Super Stock is up from $82,850 in 2021 to $84,080 in 2022.

For those who want the extra power of the Super Stock in a Redeye model, but they also want all of the features of the Redeye model along with a long list of customization options that includes a variety of interior and exterior options, the new Jailbreak model (below) starts at $82,170 with the standard widebody form.

The 2022 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody Jailbreak

In short, if you are buying a 2022 Dodge Challenger, you will pay between $230 and $1,230 more than you would have for a 2021 model, but if you are getting a model with the 392 or supercharged 6.2-liter engine, that price covers the enhanced security system.

Click here for more details on the entire 2022 Dodge Challenger lineup.

Patrick Rall is a professional writer and photographer with a passion for all things automotive. Having grown up in his father’s performance shop, he spent extensive time at the oval track and drag strip – both driving and wrenching on various types of vehicles. In addition to working as a writer, Patrick previously worked as an automotive technician before moving on to a business office position with a chain of dealerships, and this broad spectrum of experience in the industry allows him to offer a unique look on the automotive world. Follow Patrick on Twitter, Facebook and on Youtube.

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