Still, that’s not awful at all. However, what will the Challenger Hellcat be worth a few years down the road? Will it appreciate and become a steal of a deal at $80k or will it be worth half that? Call me a pessimist, but I don’t see the Challenger Hellcat as a good investment. For starters, it’s just not rare enough. According to Hellcat.org, a total of 7,168
2015 Challenger Hellcats were made, in addition to 1,334 Chargers. That number would have been higher had Dodge known what a hit its big V8 would be and if it didn’t encounter supplier problems
. Dodge ramped up production to meet demand, which is the first blow to the Challenger Hellcat’s legitimacy as an automotive investment.