Compare 2021 Dodge Challenger vs. 2021 Ford Mustang
2021 Dodge Challenger
2021 Ford Mustang
|2.3L 4cyl Turbo|
|19 city / 30 hwy*||
|21 city / 30 hwy*|
Serving North Savannah, GA
When you envision a classic American muscle car, the 2021 Dodge Challenger at Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM North Savannah comes to mind. If you’ve been wanting to get behind the wheel of the Dodge Challenger, you can do so with our exclusive 2021 Dodge Challenger online test drive, which you can conveniently arrange right from your computer or with your phone at home. You can try out any trim level of the Challenger that you’d like through an online test drive, including seeing all the latest amenities added to the Challenger in 2021. An expanded list of amenities is a highlight of the 2021 Dodge Challenger, and there are several new trim levels available as well, including the SRT Super Stock. A Widebody package can now be used to accessorize select trim levels of the Dodge Challenger. At our dealership, you can also learn more about what makes the Challenger a more appealing option than its rivals, including the 2021 Ford Mustang. The Challenger’s interior is more comfortable compared to the Ford, and it also beats the Ford in fuel efficiency. The Dodge Challenger also has one of the most distinctive exteriors.
Comfort and Interior
Although the 2021 Dodge Challenger at Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM North Savannah has abundant power and speed, it’s also equally comfortable to drive around town and take on longer trips. This year’s Dodge Challenger gets a nice set of safety and technology features on all trim levels. Its seats are comfortable no matter which trim level you get. Even more passenger space is offered through the Widebody package. You can check out the changes that the Dodge Challenger has in store with a 2021 Dodge Challenger online test drive arranged through Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM North Savannah. This year’s Challenger brings you the latest in connectivity and entertainment with the addition of Uconnect 4 technology in its infotainment system. The Dodge has a seven-inch touchscreen interface with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The base sound system has six speakers, and you’ll also get dual-zone climate control. Upgraded cloth upholstery comes with the second trim, which also has more performance-oriented amenities. The R/T Scat Pack brings an 8.4-inch touchscreen, a heated steering wheel, and heated front seats. A flat-bottom steering wheel is added to the SRT Hellcat, along with custom interior badges. Leather upholstery and ventilated seats are optional. The Ford Mustang has less space in the second row, which can make occupants feel more cramped. Climate control is not standard on the Ford, and the largest infotainment system available is eight inches.
During your online test drive at Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM North Savannah, you’ll also be able to compare the fuel economy of the Dodge Challenger and the Ford Mustang. The Dodge Challenger averages about 17 MPG combined. The Ford Mustang, on the other hand, only has a top combined fuel economy of 15 MPG. With several strong engines, including a 6.2L V8 for the Hellcat Redeye that produces 797 HP and a V8 for the SRT Super Stock capable of 807 HP, the Dodge has a superior power output compared to the Ford Mustang, which reaches 480 HP at the most.
The Dodge Challenger has many unique and distinctive exterior features to start with, including a choice of 18-inch wheels at the base level or 19-inch wheels if you get all-wheel drive. Even larger 20-inch wheels come with the GT trim, which also has a performance suspension system and fog lights. Xenon headlights and Brembo brakes give the exterior of the R/T Scat Pack distinctive personality. The SRT Hellcat gets upgraded brakes and a unique grille, while the SRT Super Stock and Hellcat Redeye have unique brakes. The Ford begins with 17-inch wheels, and wider tires and wheels are only offered with packages. The largest wheels that you can get with the Mustang are 19 inches, and a wide body package isn’t available.
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*All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.