April 18

Dodge Scat Pack versus the Hellcat – Which One is Right for You?

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2019 Dodge Challenger SRT HellcatThe Challenger is known for power, performance, and style, and the 2019 Scat Pack and Hellcat models don’t disappoint.

Engine and Performance

The Scat Pack has a 392 V-8 SRT Hemi engine under the hood and a 392 V-8 SRT Hemi MDS engine is available. It cranks out a whopping 717 horsepower and 656 pound-feet of torque. The Hellcat gets its power from a 6.2-liter supercharged Hemi V-8 SRT engine, which produces 484 horsepower and 475 pound-feet of torque. Both models come standard with a six-speed manual TREMEC transmission, but an eight-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission is also available.

Exterior

Both the Scat Pack and Hellcat have a sleek and sporty design with a gloss black grille. The Hellcat sports a bright SRT Hellcat fender badge. Drag Pak fender and Drag Pak I/P badges are available on the Scat Pack model. The Hellcat stands out with a dual scoop hood and a painted satin black graphics package is available for those wanting a little something extra. The Scat Pack features a Powered by SRT engine cover and R/T badge. Really catch the eye of onlookers with the available satin black wrapped roof and decklid and the Scat Pack Bumblebee stripe.
The Scat Pack rides on 20-inch black noise wheels. You can also choose to have your wheels in forged/painted aluminum, low gloss black drag, or low gloss forged. The Hellcat rolls on 20-inch low gloss black perf wheels, with matte vapor SRT aluminum, low-gloss black forged, and brass monkey forged aluminum wheels available.

Interior

Heated front seats come standard on both models. The Scat Pack’s houndstooth seats feature the SRT Scat Pack logo, however, black/demonic red seats are also available as an option. You can also opt for leather trim seats and nappa/Alcantara performance seats. Inside the Hellcat you’ll find houndstooth seats with the SRT Hellcat logo, or you can choose the Alcantara/Laguna seats, Hellcat logo nappa/Alcantara seats, or Hellcat logo Laguna leather seats.
The ambient lighting in the door trim panels of the Hellcat provide a chill vibe and you can choose to add them to the Scat Pack trim.

Smart Technology

Stay up to speed on your vehicle’s performance with Dodge Performance Pages, available on the Scat Pack. This system gives you real-time stats, such as actual G-force, performance timers, and engine performance and handling.
Both models have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities so you can listen to your favorite tunes or podcasts. Six speakers are standard. A nine-speaker with subwoofer package is also available for the Scat Pack, or you can really crank out the tunes on the optional 18-speaker premium audio system with subwoofer. An 8.4-inch touch-screen display makes it easy to access entertainment and navigation information.

Safety

Both the Scat Pack and Hellcat trim levels come standard with numerous safety features, such as advanced multistage front air bags, all-speed traction control, electronic stability control, hill start assist, ParkSense rear park-assist system, ParkView rear backup camera, ready-alert braking, and speed control. Blind spot and rear cross-path detection and forward collision warning are also available on both models.
There’s no denying the 2019 Challenger is a true force on the road. Those who need that extra edge will find what they’re looking for with the Scat Pack or Hellcat models.
 
 
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