Dodge has announced the pricing for the 2023 model year and we have good news and bad news. The base pricing (MSRP) for all of the SXT, GT, R/T and Scat Pack models has remain unchanged from 2022. We will include a full list below, but today’s pricing news focuses on the supercharged models.
For the 2023 model year, the Jailbreak package from the 2022 Redeye is standard on all Hellcat and Redeye models. This means that anyone who is ordering a 2023 Challenger or 2023 Charger in SRT Hellcat or SRT Hellcat Redeye form can put together any combination of interior and exterior options, leading to more customization than in past years.
However, the addition of the standard Jailbreak package comes with a small increase across the board for Hellcat and Redeye models. Whether you are considering a 2023 Challenger or Charger in Hellcat or Redye trim, the starting MSRP is $995 higher than it was for 2022. Not everyone will love to hear that, but seeing as how we are talking about prices ranging from $70,000 to almost $87,000, it is a very minimal increase overall.
It should also be noted that the base MSRP for the 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat includes the 8-speed automatic, so it seems that the manual transmission will not be offered for 2023 – or if they do offer it, it is not in the lineup right now.
The Challenger SRT Super Stock MSRP is also unchanged for 2023.
Below is a full list of the base MSRP figures for the 2023 Dodge Challenger and Charger. These prices do not include the $1,595 destination fee, nor do they include any applicable Gas Guzzler Tax amounts, which should be the same as they were in 2022 as well. We will update this when that is confirmed.
2023 Dodge Challenger MSRP
Challenger SXT – $30,545
Challenger SXT AWD – $33,545
Challenger GT – $33,845
Challenger GT AWD – $36,845
Challenger R/T – $39,385
Challenger R/T Scat Pack (also available with Widebody) – $45,845
Challenger Shakedown Special Edition – $63,590
Challenger Swinger Widebody Special Edition – $66,190
Challenger Shakedown Widebody Special Edition – $67,490
Challenger SRT Hellcat Jailbreak (also available with Widebody) – $70,035
Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Jailbreak (also available with Widebody) – $78,640
Challenger SRT Super Stock (Widebody only) – $86,645
Challenger Black Ghost Special Edition – $99,315
2023 Dodge Charger MSRP
Charger SXT – $32,645
Charger GT – $35,345
Charger SXT AWD – $36,245
Charger GT AWD – $38,345
Charger R/T – $42,385
Charger R/T Scat Pack (also available with Widebody) – $48,745
Charger Super Bee Special Edition – $61,805
Charger Super Bee Widebody Special Edition – $67,300
Charger Swinger Widebody Special Edition – $69,690
Charger SRT Hellcat Jailbreak Widebody – $78,340
Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye Jailbreak Widebody – $86,940
Charger King Daytona Special Edition – $98,420
7 thoughts on “2023 Dodge Challenger, Charger Hellcats Costs More but Jailbreak is Standard”
Had a 2022 Charger widebody Hellcat Jailbreak ordered for 4 months with Dodge
dropping my order after many calls. Dealer has no Charger allocation for 2023. I have to order in Pa.
WHAT A JOKE!!!! Limited allocation!!! Absolute BS and ridiculous!!!!!! I was screwed out of my 2022 order and now my dealer cannot even get an allocation for a 2023!!!
I AM DONE WITH DODGE!!!
I have bought NOTHING but Dodges since 1997 and will not buy even ONE more!!!!
what a scam!!! the brochure says “get them while you can” however they are VERY FEW Jailbreak allocations available. Dodge made a HUGE deal about the last year and get them while you can and then not even every dealer gets an allocation!!!
I live in the Lehigh Valley PA. I have a Cummins, a Hellcat Challenger, a Trackhawk and an old Mopar! I am Mopar trough and through! Last year i ordered a Jailbreak….the order was good and then somehow got cancelled by Stellantis. I went round and round with my dealer blaming them and was assured it wasn’t their doing! I was PROMISED the 2023 allocation for all the trouble and we have been working together since April to get it ordered. The order banks opened yesterday. The dealer reached out and said “let’s do thiis” only to find out THEY DO NOT GET AN ALLOCATION!!! Absolute nonsense that such a big deal was made and so few cars will be produced It was never stated that they would be a limited production model and was supposed to be produced to
sufficiently satisfy demand however that is OBVIOUSLY not the case! What an utter disappointment, scam, sham, farce and complete let down.
I was always a Dodge guy but after being treated like this and now going to EV F-YOU DODGE!
The upper trim models went up $10K+ in ‘22, so they’re not doing us ANY favors. The lower trim models went up $3-5K (5 increases as of today).
Quick bit of info for this discussion. The MSRP before options on my 2017 Challenger Hellcat was $66k ($659XX), so since then, the SRT Hellcat model has “only” increased in base MSRP by $4k-ish.
WOW, Patrick, surprised you didn’t do your research. ‘19 Challenger Scat Pack (V.I.N. 525795) Base Price $38,995. ^ $7K, ‘19 Challenger Hellcat (V.I.N. 651674) $58,995. ^ $11,040, ‘19 Redeye (V.I.N. 638281) $69,995. ^ $8,645, ‘19 Scat Pack Widebody (V.I.N. 750142) $45,245. ^ $6,600, ‘20 Hellcat Redeye Widebody (V.I.N. 105810) $76,595. ^ $8K, ‘20 Hellcat (V.I.N. 172246) $58,995. ^ $11,040, ‘20 Charger Scat Pack (V.I.N. 204626) $40,495. ^ $8,250, ‘20 Challenger Hellcat (V.I.N. 230259) $58,995. ^ $11,040, ‘20 Charger Scat Pack Widebody (V.I.N. 251525) $46,495. ^ $8,250, ‘21 Challenger Hellcat Redeye Widebody (V.I.N. 583148) $77,170. ^ $9,470, ‘22 Super Stock (Being Built) $85,650. ^ $995.
Also, ‘15 Challenger Hellcat (Approximately $66K) ^ $6K OVER ‘22.
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