Guess What Happens When Too Many People Want Charger And Challenger Hellcats

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No Hellcats for you! (Temporarily)

Judging by the title, you can probably take a crack at what this article is about. In case you have absolutely no clue, we’ll just go ahead and say it: Dodge has reportedly had to restrict taking new orders for its Charger and Challenger SRT Hellcat models due to huge demand. But really, is that such a bad thing? Americans are just too anxious to have a 707 horsepower coupe or sedan parked in their garages. The Toyota Prius has lost. Long live American muscle.

An FCA spokesperson told Motor Authority that "Due to unprecedented demand for the 2015 Dodge Charger and Challenger SRT Hellcats, we are temporarily restricting orders while we validate current orders that are in the system." Previous reports suggested that Dodge was having difficulty keeping up with orders, but this is just icing on the cake. The American love affair with muscle cars is far from dead.

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