Plenty to choose from:
The carryover 2019 Challenger remains in good supply nationwide. The SRT Demon has been replaced by a slightly less ferocious model called SRT Hellcat Redeye with 797 horsepower.
When you get to the dealer, expect to find a healthy selection of V6-powered Challenger SXT models on hand and enough V8 R/T and T/A models to go around. The high-performance SRT models are produced in far fewer numbers. They're generally excluded from factory offers — but not this month. In fact, the SRTs now carry some of the highest rebates we've ever seen on the Challenger. If you've had your eye on one, now is the time buy.
The 2020 Challenger might get a refresh; we'll know for sure shortly. Production is scheduled to begin in mid-November. According to company execs, the future generation will incorporate electric power in some form.
Current factory offers will remain in effect through October 31, 2019. Lease promotions listed below are available on a national basis. Rebates and APR offers can vary by region. Figures shown here are for California.
Fat cash offers:
The 2019 Challenger SXT and GT now come with a $4,050 rebate for all buyers.
The rebate on the R/T stands at $3,750. With the available Scat Pack, the rebate jumps to $4,850.
At the top of the lineup, the SRT Hellcat carries a $7,170 rebate, while the SRT Hellcat Redeye gets a staggering $7,970 rebate.
These are record-setting amounts — take advantage of the savings while they last.
What to expect on a lease:
The 2019 Challenger SXT now starts at $319 for 42 months (12,000 miles a year) with $3,949 due at signing. The effective monthly cost works out to $413, which is a tad expensive for this price class. If you don't mind waiting till the end of the year, better deals will certainly emerge.
0% APR + cash:
Instead of the standard rebate, you can get special financing starting at 0% for 36 months on all trims except the SRT. The deal comes with $1,000 bonus cash on the SXT and GT. Terms up to 72 months are available at incrementally higher rates.