You still cannot build a 2023 Dodge Challenger or Charger on the company’s official website, but if you are looking to kill some time by window-shopping for something Hellcat flavored, you can build a 2023 Durango SRT Hellcat right now.
New for the 2023 model year, the Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat is available in three trim levels – SRT Hellcat, SRT Hellcat Plus and SRT Hellcat Premium. The key difference between the three is the level of interior luxury. The Durango SRT Hellcat comes with leather seats, but the SRT Hellcat Plus comes with Laguna leather, along with standard Trailer Tow Group, a power sunroof and a suite of advanced safety features. The SRT Premium model adds red seat belts, a leather-wrapped dashboard, carbon fiber interior trim and the Harman Kardon 19-speaker sound system. However, all three models come with the most important aspects of the package, such as the 710-horsepower supercharged V8, the heavy duty 8-speed automatic transmission, an advanced all-wheel-drive system, Brembo brakes and an adaptive suspension system.
Building the 2023 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat
If you want to get into a 710-horsepower 2023 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat for the lowest price, the “base” trim level of the supercharged SUV starts at $92,780 (including the $1,595 destination fee) in either White Knuckle or Diamond Black. Any of the other exterior colors adds $395 to the bottom line while the five available stripe packages range from $1,195 to $1,295. Three-season performance tires cost $595 over the standard all-season tires.
The only option packages for the base 2023 Durango SRT Hellcat are the Black Package, the Lightweight Performance Package and the Trailer Tow Group. The Black Package costs $1,995 and comes with unique black wheels and a bunch of black trim on the outside. The Lightweight Performance Package is free, as it deletes the third row of seats and replaces the second-row captain’s chairs with a 60/40 folding bench seat. The Trailer Tow Group adds a combo 4- and 7-pin trailer plug port below the bumper, a Class IV hitch receiver and an integrated trailer brake controller system for $1,195.
If you order an upcharge paint color, the priciest stripes, the three-season performance tires, the Black Package and the Trailer Tow Group (which cannot be combined with the Lightweight Performance Package), we get a total price with destination of $98,255.
Durango Hellcat Plus and Premium
The 2023 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat Plus starts at $98,780 with destination and, as mentioned above, it comes standard with Demonic Red Laguna leather, the power sunroof and the Trailer Tow Group (shown below in Octane Red). The paint options for the Hellcat Plus cost the same, as do the stripes, the three season performance tires and the Black Package – which is the only option package available for the Plus model.
As for the Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat Premium (shown below in Frostbite blue), it comes with more premium interior leather, carbon fiber trim and the stunning 19-speaker sound system with a starting price of $104,075 with destination. The exterior paint and color prices remain the same as base and Plus models, as do the three season tires and the Black Package.
When you build out a 2023 Durango SRT Hellcat Premium with an upcharge paint color, the most expensive stripe package, the three season rubber and the Black Package, the price of the 710-horsepower SUV tops out at $107,960.