Dodge Challenger SXT Lets you Flex your Muscles Across San Diego County

August 1st, 2019 by

There are so many more places than the beach to flex your muscles around San Diego. Balboa Park, the Gaslamp District and the Pacific Coast Highway are ideal places to take your car for a cruise to show off. When you hit the strip, why not flex in a Dodge Challenger SXT from San Diego Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM? San Diego has a variety of Challenger SXT options for every driver who craves that extra push on the Interstate.

The all-wheel drive Challenger SXT gives you all the great features of the base level Challenger in a sportier package. You buy the Challenger SXT because you love power. A 305-horsepower PENTASTAR V6 and eight-speed automatic transmission powertrain is plenty of power for the novice driver and enough for the more experienced driver to show off while cruising up and down the 5. The Challenger SXT provides the exhilarating driving experience you want from a car with all this muscle.

The wide stance of the Challenger SXT gives you a firm base for all the power you pack under the hood. The all-wheel drive and 18-inch performance wheels on the Challenger SXT mean you’ll get great traction and handling when running through the curvy hills of San Diego County. You get a sport-tuned suspension giving you a smooth ride when you start to give it some gas.

The SXT is one of Dodge’s most fuel-efficient Challenger models. It gets an EPA estimated 19 mpg while rolling around San Diego. But once it hits I-5 or I-8, you’ll get an incredible 30 mpg on the highway. Once you start talking about all the technology and smartphone integration features, you’ll fall in love with The Challenger SXT. It was made for your day at the beach, Barrio Logan or Old Town. Visit San Diego Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM, conveniently located in Mission Valley. For the same cutting-edge performance, browse the 2020 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat configurations. Work with our financing specialists to find the perfect Dodge Challenger SXT for you to flex in, today.
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