The Dodge Challenger Coupe has just two color choices - either white with blue detail, or blue with white racing stripes. The body avoids carbon fiber materials, resulting in a heavier overall body. Most find the instrumental panel on the Challenger's dash serviceable, but unappealing, especially if they have seen what is offered in other Chrysler vehicles.
The Dodge Challenger Coupe has more interior room than the competition, with class-exclusive seating for five. Most find that adults fit comfortably in the four cushy primary seats, though the middle backseat is probably best left for a very small person. Add that to best-in-Class rear headroom and legroom, and you have yourself a winner on all counts. The backseat folds down with a 60/40 split, exposing a trunk with a remarkable 16.2 cubic feet. This leads the market segment, and in fact, is larger than most average mid-sized sedans.
There are ample standard exterior and interior features, even on the base model Dodge Challenger Coupe, including touring suspension, 17-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, power driver's seat, and KeylessGo entry system. The R/T adds better steering and suspension, a body color spoiler, and 18-inch alloy wheels. At the top, the SRT8 includes sport suspension with two-mode active dampening, limited slip differential, 20-inch forged alloy wheels, Brembo brakes, dual hood stripes, high-intensity headlights, a Boston Acoustic sound system, and heated leather seats. Optional extras include a sunroof, performance tires, navigation, and multimedia entertainment system.