2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock Lands On Dealer Lots:

For Those Still Looking To Unleash Their Inner Demons...

The 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock is the world’s fastest and most powerful muscle car on the market today. While Dodge//SRT’s groundbreaking 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon was a one-year, limited production run, the new Challenger SRT Super Stock was born from its successes and will prominently be hailed as the brand’s halo car for 2020 and 2021.

2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock. (University Dodge).

The unlimited production run SRT Super Stock adds most of the goodies from the SRT Demon (sans the Transbrake and high-octane mode) and creates a package for those who missed out on the SRT Demon, to get in on most of the fun.

2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock. (University Dodge).

When Dodge//SRT announced the new 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock back in July, a lot of people were excited about the new 807 horsepower muscle car. The SRT Super Stock is capable of 0 to 60 mph runs in 3.25 seconds and able to cover the quarter-mile in an elapsed time (ET) of 10.5 seconds. However, until just recently has it become available on dealers lots.

  2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock
Price (MSRP in USD): $58,995 $76,595 $79,595
Engine: 6.2-liter HELLCAT  6.2-liter HELLCAT HO 6.2-liter HELLCAT HO
Power (HP): 717 797 807
Torque (lb-ft): 656 707 707
0 to 60 mph (sec): 3.5 3.4 3.25
1/4 Mile (sec): 10.9 @ 127 mph 10.8 @ 131 mph 10.5 @ 131 mph
Top Speed (mph): 199 203 168 (Tire Limited)
Weight (lbs): 4,476 4,483 4,451
lbs per HP: 6.24 5.62 5.51
Weight Dist. F/R: 57/43 57/43 57/43
Front Brakes: 2-Piece 6-Piston (BR7) 2-Piece 6-Piston (BR7) 1-Piece 4-Piston (BR4)
Rear Axle Ratio: 2.62 (Standard) 2.62 (Standard) 3.09
Wheels: 20 x 11 Forged – Black  20 x 11 Forged – Black 18 x 11 Drag – Granite
Tires: 305/35R20 – 3/4 Season  305/35R20 – 3/4 Season 315/40R18 – Drag Radial
SRT Power Chiller: No Yes Yes
2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock. (University Dodge).

So what makes the SRT Super Stock different than a regular Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody? Well the SRT Super Stock package, includes the following equipment…

  • P315/40R18 102W Drag Radial Tires
  • 18–Inch x 11–Inch Aluminum Wheels
  • 3.09 Rear Axle Ratio (Optional on Redeye)
  • Super Stock Suspension Tuning (From the SRT Demon)
  • Additional 10 Horsepower (807 Horsepower)
  • Brembo 4–Wheel ABS Brakes
2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock. (University Dodge).

What doesn’t the SRT Super Stock have that the SRT Demon had?

  • Transbrake
  • Drag Mode (in SRT Performance Pages)
  • Unique Air Grabber Hood and Demon Badging
  • High-Octane Calibration (Available with the Demon’s Optional Crate)
  • Demon Crate
    • Performance Powertrain Control Module with High-Octane Engine Calibration
    • Replacement Switch Module Containing High-Octane Button
    • Conical Performance Air Filter
    • Passenger Mirror Block-Off Plate
    • Narrow, Front-Runner Drag Wheels
    • Demon-Branded Track Tools:
      • Hydraulic Floor Jack with Carrying Bag
      • Cordless Impact Wrench with Charger
      • Torque Wrench with Extension and Socket
      • Tire Pressure Gauge
      • Fender Cover
      • Toolbag
      • Foam Trunk Case for SRT Demon to Securely Hold Front-Runner Wheels and Track Tools
  • Vehicle Serialization and Custom Instrument Panel Badge
2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock. (University Dodge).

The Challenger SRT Super Stock does not only have the most powerful production supercharged engine but is also the most powerful production car under a half-million dollars with a starting U.S. Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $79,595 or only $3,000 more than a Redeye Widebody.

2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock. (University Dodge).

This particular vehicle shown is currently available at University Dodge in Davie, Florida. For more information on ordering or availability, you can contact your local Dodge//SRT.

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So bummed about my 2020 superstock. Bought it 3/27/22 for $110k only 2400 miles

Engine died 5/12/22me around 3,621 miles dang on it. a screen popped up,said pull over,park vehicle so I did and it wouldn’t go back into drive. Turned it off went to restart it and no luck.
-June 15th they said Chrystler won’t warranty it due to after maket pulleys and turner mav sensor..
looked at the engine, one pulley is the big green on that comes stock and the other one says Mopar on it.

Idk what to do… fight the company to pay for the new engine, or pay or it out of pocket to get it done sooner…
Or Lemon law and take the cash

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