Dodge has released the prices of the 2024 Dodge Hornet GT and R/T on their Build and Price site.
The 2023 Hornet GT ran $30,735 for the standard model and $35,735 for the well-appointed GT Plus. For those interested in actually buying a GT Plus, the real price was $36,830—adding on $1,595 for destination but taking off $500 in rebates (for the Northeast; may vary by region). The prices did not change for the 2024s, but the $500 rebate is only for 2023 models. A 2024 Dodge Hornet GT Plus costs $37,330 including destination—but only in black; any other paint costs $495-$595 more. (The destination charge remains at $1,595 for 2024.)
The 2024 Hornet R/T starts at $42,530 including destination; the R/T Plus runs to $47,530.
Looking at the R/T, we again find that black is the only color you can get without paying $495 or $595 extra. The car comes with standard 18 inch “Graphite” aluminum wheels, regardless of which color you get; the same wheels in “Abyss” (black) require the Blacktop package. Twenty-inch wheels are part of a Track Pack package.
The standard interior for the base R/T uses black cloth/leatherette seats; Alcantara seats with red accents are also available as part of a package. As with the GT, UConnect 5 with a 10-inch display is standard. The Blacktop package (entirely cosmetic) adds $1,595, while the Track Pack added $2,595 but came with bigger wheels, more aggressive tires, and the dual-mode suspension. Finally, a bundle combining the two packages cost $3,590.
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