2019 Dodge Challenger engine options
The 2019 Dodge Challenger is an insanely powerful car. Of course it is. It’s a muscle car after all. Do you want to know what’s under the hood? Then come with us as we explore all the 2019 Dodge Challenger engine options. Find out how much power is enough for you.
What is the standard engine for the 2019 Dodge Challenger?
Standard, the Challenger comes with a 3.6-liter V6 engine, and it comes standard on the SXT and GT trims. This engine can produce up to 305 horsepower and 268 pound-feet of torque. This is a great starting point. This is also the most efficient engine option. If you opt for either of these trims, then you will get up to 19-city mpg and 30-highway mpg.
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What Challenger models have HEMI engines?
In all, there are four other engine options available for the 2019 Challenger, and they are all HEMI engines. This means they are V8 engines that employ hemispherical heads for maximum engine output and power. We will go through all of them and what trims they are available on.
5.7-Liter HEMI V8
Power: 375 Horsepower
Torque: 410 Pound-Feet
392 HEMI V8
Trim: R/T Scat Pack
Power: 485 Horsepower
Torque: 475 Pound-Feet
6.2-Liter HEMI V8
Trim: SRT Hellcat
Power: 717 Horsepower
Torque: 650 Pound-Feet
6.2-Liter HEMI V8 HO
Trim: SRT Hellcat Redeye
Power: 797 Horsepower
Torque: 707 Pound-Feet
Does the 2019 Dodge Challenger have available AWD?
Many people don’t know this, but the 2019 Dodge Challenger is available with all-wheel drive. All models come standard with a rear-wheel-drive configuration just like you would expect from a muscle car, but there are two trim levels that have all-wheel drive available.
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If you were looking for a big HEMI V8 upfront with AWD, then you are currently out of luck. The V8 engines are just too large to fit all the hardware necessary to get power to the front wheels as well as the rear wheels. It’s the base SXT and the GT trim above it that give you available AWD. This means you can still get 305 horsepower through a Dodge V6 with all-wheel drive.