Over the past few weeks, we have brought you the introduction of 5 of the 7 Dodge Last Call models, including the Challenger Shakedown, the Charger Super Bee, the Challenger and Charger Swinger and the Charger King Daytona. One of the most common questions we have gotten pertaining to these vehicles is expected pricing, specifically for the new Super Bee.
Unfortunately, Dodge has not announced any pricing for the Last Call models, promising to do so when we get closer to the on-sale date, which is expected to happen in October. However, since some features of the Super Bee are currently available for the Challenger as part of the 1320 package while others are available for the Charger, we can make an educated guess as to roughly what this drag strip-ready sedan might cost in standard-width form when it goes on sale later this year.
1320 and Super Bee Similarities
The Challenger 1320 is based on the R/T Scat Pack and the package includes the 20-inch drag radials on unique wheels, uniquely tuned Adaptive Damping Suspension with Drag Mode, an Alcantara steering wheel, unique badging, the Drag Mode Performance Pages section and a TransBrake. For the Challenger, this package has an MSRP of $3,995.
The 2023 Charger Super Bee comes with the same 20-inch drag radials on unique wheels (for the standard width body), the same uniquely tuned Adaptive Damping Suspension with Drag Mode, unique badging, a Mopar hood pin kit and unique graphics inside and out, along with the Plus Group and the Carbon and Suede Group.
The Super Bee lacks the Alcantara steering wheel and the TransBrake from the Challenger 1320, but with the other features for the Super Bee that don’t come with the 1320, such as the hood pin kit, the seatback logos and the black exhaust tips, it seems reasonable for the Super Bee package itself for the 2023 Charger to have a price around $4,000, since many of the functional features are shared with the 1320 at the same price point. However, the Super Bee comes standard with the Plus Group, which current costs $2,095 for 2022, and the Carbon/Suede Interior Group, which has a 2022 MSRP of $1,595.
Based on those numbers, the features of the 2023 Charger Scat Pack (standard body), based on 2022 Charger and Challenger model pricing, would have an MSRP of around $7,685. A 2022 Charger R/T Scat Pack (non-Widebody) has an MSRP including destination of $50,340. If you add the MSRP of the features listed above to that base price of the vehicle, you get a price of $58,025. Unless the MSRP of the Scat Pack Charger itself, or the MSRP of those packages, increase dramatically for 2023, we would guess that $58,000 would be around the top of the expected price range for the 2023 Charger Super Bee, but if the company drops the price a bit for the total package, they may go with a number slightly lower, like $56,995.