Attention Mopar fans!
Dodge has just added a new performance package for the 2015 Charger R/T.
The kit consists of the Scat Pack Performance stage 1 kit, a great looking front strut tower brace with polished strut caps, shiny pedals, chrome door sill with “MOPAR” proudly emblazoned on it and a dash mounted badge that is numbered.
The cost of this package is $3,550. But you’ll have to be quick if you want one – there are only 50 available.
“Mopar has a long history of delivering to enthusiasts performance and customization in unique and convenient packages,” said Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO — Mopar Brand Service, Parts and Customer Care, FCA. “We are now shifting into another gear and offering a limited-edition kit that will allow customers to really enhance the performance and look of their Dodge Charger R/T.”
To be specific, the scat pack kit features some proper power enhancing components.
For your money you gain a cat back exhaust, a cold air intake, the stage one premium fuel powertrain control module and a high flow engine oil filter.
Once installed, the kit is said to add 18 hp and 18 lb-ft of torque. You can also add a new and more fulfilling noise from under the hood and from the tailpipe.
Then there are a couple of extras thrown in to further entice the MOPAR faithful. The kit comes with the companion owner’s kit, a certificate of authenticity, a Mopar ’15 Performance Package brochure, a vintage replica Scat Pack poster, a Mopar Performance fender badge, a Mopar magnetic mechanic’s tray and more.
The complete kit comes creatively encased in a branded and numbered Mopar ’15 crate and is the most recent limited-edition package offered by Dodge to demonstrate how owners can customize their rides with Mopar products.
The Mopar ’15 kit follows on the success of five special-edition vehicles offered since 2009: the Mopar ’10 Challenger, Mopar ’11 Charger, Mopar ’12 300, Mopar ’13 Dart and Mopar ’14 Challenger.
If you own or are planning on buying a 2015 Challenger R/T, would you consider making it a limited edition that could one day be a collector’s item? Is this a wise investment or not? Leave your comments below!