Yes! Dodge Charger And Challenger Hellcat Just Got Cheaper

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But hurry because this deal won't last long.

This isn't something Dodge does on a regular basis, so it's best to take advantage while you can. The Dodge Charger Hellcat and Challenger Hellcat are two of the best all-around muscle cars on the market today. The sedan and coupe dynamic duo are unbeatable when it comes to outright horsepower and torque. Needless to say, neither come cheap. And yet Dodge never seems to have any issues selling them. But starting right now until September 30, there's a new offer that's nearly impossible to beat.

According to CarsDirect, a Labor Deal holiday special has 0 percent APR financing for 72 months on ALL Hellcat versions of both vehicles. Typically, the Hellcat variants are excluded from other Charger and Challenger deals, but not this time. However, a dealership bulletin indicates this offer cannot be combined with other incentives.

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That might not sound like a big deal but there's also a rebate worth $7,970 on the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye at the moment. In other words, these customers will need to choose one of the two deals on the table. But if you do the math the choice is obvious. The crazy fast Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye stickers for about $72,000 and going for the rebate with five percent APR before taxes and other fees brings the price to $74,246, which calculates to $1,031 a month.

The zero percent APR, on the other hand, equates to $1,000 a month. Bear in mind that only those with high credit scores will qualify for the zero percent deal.

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Not having to pay interest on a car that, like all vehicles with the notable exception of some exotic brands like Ferrari, will lose value every year is an enticing proposition. Leasing a new Hellcat is probably not the best way to go not only because of poor residual values but also due to the automaker having a history of favoring purchase incentives.

Anyone even considering buying a new Hellcat should contact their local dealer and see if they qualify for this zero interest offer. A deal like this isn't likely to happen again anytime soon.

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