Has This Hellcat Seller Completely Lost Their Mind?

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This Hellcat is hella overpriced.

Okay, well it’s technically a dealership that’strying to pull off this sale, not a private seller. That’s almost even moreconcerning, though, because we just can’t seem to understand why they arecharging this outrageous price for a 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. Weunderstand that the Dodge has had a fairly problematic system for allocatingnew Hellcats to dealers. After all, when you’re selling a 707 horsepowermonster for American muscle car money, the demand is going to be ridiculouslyhigh.

The supply of new Challenger Hellcats has been considerably low,so by the law of supply and demand, prices for model have exceeded MSRP, butwe’ve never witnessed a case this severe. A dealership in Alberta, Canada isrequesting the USD equivalent of $173,675 for this supercharged V8-powered coupe.The automatic transmission-equipped white SRT Hellcat only has 98 miles on theodometer, so it’s virtually a new car, but we still think we have a pretty goodidea why the car has been on the market for over a month so far.

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