What is the projected price for the standard Challenger?

Asked by Nov 24, 2006 at 06:38 PM about the 2008 Dodge Challenger

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Hello Current estimates we've seen for the 2008 Challenger are ranging around $30,000. Of course, if the Shelby has taught us anything, it's the power of Ebay and resale, so it's hard to judge exactly how much these cars will go for until they get closer to market. CarGrrl

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$25,995.00

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the car is going to go for $32,000 to $35,000

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31,850

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These cars wont be available to most Dodge dealers. Mine says if your smart order the SRT8 model (if available) look for the prices to fall in about 6 months after release. acmexman

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The car is projected to sell comparable to the mustang. Its gonna be close to 35,000-40,000.

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$38,500

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i have actually seen them range around 22,900 if that's in your price range

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Now a 2007 Mustang Shelby is over 110,000$ Canadian in Canada because of the rarity (5000 produce)I hope the Challenger will not follow this mode.I estimate the new Challenger will be over 45,000$

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i think that the challenger will run 37k w/ the v6 and roughly 43k with the hemi

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Im pretty sure will go for around the late 20 thousands or early 30 thousands

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The expected starting price on the 2008 Dodge Challenger will be around $31,000. http://www.stockmopar.com/2008-dodge-challenger.html There will be no V6.

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If you want one now, I have 1/18 scale Maisto Challenger Concept cars for $30. plus shipping. (PayPal) E-mail me at JKrcmaric@yahoo.com. Thanks!

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