Typically speaking, people do not think of efficiency when they think of the Dodge Challenger. You might be surprised at how efficient this thrilling car really is. The team at Gilberts of Sand Creek is here to fill you in on how the Challenger can help you save money at the pumps.

Of course, exactly how fuel-efficient your Dodge Challenger is will depend on the engine and model you ultimately choose. The base engine is a 3.6L V6 that makes 303-horsepower. It gets you a 19-mpg city and 30 mpg highway. The engine utilizes variable valve timing to help boost efficiency by modifying the air intake as you accelerate. This improves combustion, allowing you to have the power you crave while still remaining efficient.

The top engine for new models of the Dodge Challenger is a supercharged 6.2L V8 that makes 717-horsepower. Naturally, choosing this level of power means sacrificing some efficiency. This engine still gives a very respectable 16 mpg combined to drivers in Hudson, WI.

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