Available options include a $9,995 sunroof and a free rear-seat delete
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by Stephen Rivers
The ground-shaking Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170 is officially available for order and along with that, we’re getting our first look at all of its available options. Here’s a deeper dive into what eventual Demon 170 owners will choose from and what they’ll get as standard features. And yes, they all get a personalized Demon 170 decanter set.
Dodge is making just 3,000 Demon 170s for the USA and another 300 for Canada. With 1,025 hp (764 kW) and a base MSRP of just $96,666 (before destination and fees), it’s not hard to see why it might be so desirable and why dealers can’t resist marking it up. The stock Demon 170 comes with a lot of desirable equipment too.
As we can see from the official order guide shared on the Hellcat forum, aside from its beastly drivetrain, it comes with a serialized instrument panel, unique Mickey Thompson ET Street Drag radial tires, and a premium car care product set from Jay Leno’s Garage. The aforementioned decanter set comes with two rocks glasses, demon-badged coasters, whiskey cubes, and a demon-styled decanter with the owner’s name and VIN engraved on the back.
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Buyers can add any one of 14 paint colors along with two graphics packages. The first adds a satin black painted hood for $1,995 while the other adds satin black paint to the roof and decklid for $3,495. Cloth upholstery is standard but an upgraded version is available for $1,995.
A Premium Group package with Alcantara, heated and ventilated seats, an 18-speaker sound system, and more is available for $5,995. Carbon fiber two-piece wheels are the most expensive option at $11,495.
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Other available options include a $9,995 sunroof, Demonic Red seat belts for $395, a $295 trunk dress kit, integrated navigation for $995, and a free rear-seat delete kit. Those that ax the back seats get a cargo net in its place and a pair of front floor mats.
Again, we should be clear that these prices are on top of whatever markup the dealer might charge for the car itself. Hey, at least those who do pay giant markups on this Dodge can drink away their sorrows with their fancy Demon 170 decanter set.