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Used Dodge Challenger for sale in Dubai, UAE

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What our customers saying about the Dodge Challenger in Dubai, UAE

Karam - When I was looking around to buy used Dodge Challenger in Dubai, UAE, I found a pre owned R/T Shaker with interchangeable headlights. That instantly hooked me in as did it’s surprisingly comfortable interior that’s larger than it looks. Next year, I’d like to upgrade to the Hellcat with that monstrous 6.2L Supercharged petrol engine.
Pros: Space, power and price in UAE.
Cons: Lack of rear doors.

Abbas - Bought myself a second hand Dodge Challenger last year online for a good price last year. Was looking for an SRT8 version but instead, I went to buy a 392 Hemi instead. Fantastic cars, perfect air conditioning and the space is really good.
Pros: A/C, space and size.
Cons: Price tag is high with options.

Tobias - Got myself an import Challenger SRT8 a few weeks ago. I must say this car is excellent, so much raw power and it can fit the kids inside making it the perfect car for school runs. Might have to export home when I leave Dubai.
Pros: Space and power.
Cons: Fuel consumption.

Five reasons to buy a Dodge Challenger in Dubai, UAE

  1. That power! Base models have a V6 and there is an optional V8 plus there is the mighty Hellcat engine that spits out 707 horsepower.
  2. Out of all the pony cars in the world, this is the only one to have five seats as standard.
  3. Not only has it got five seats, but it's also unlike any other coupe as it actually has space inside.
  4. It’s big for a reason! With tonnes of safety features if a crash is ever to happen you're guaranteed to be safe as are all of your passengers.
  5. It still looks great, and it’s ancestors are clearly visible.

About the Dodge Challenger in Dubai, UAE

The Challenger name badge dates back all the way to the late 50’s were it was applied to a limited edition version of the Dodge Coronet only to pop up again in the 70’s as a full-blown model. Debuting later than other pony cars, the Challenger earned it;s place in the hearts of many with its can-do attitude, looks and options.

Road Rivals: Chevrolet Camaro, Ford F 150, and the Toyota GT86.

1970, 1971, 1972, 1973 and 1974 Dodge Challenger in Dubai, UAE

Entering its first generation, the fastback coupe was ready to pounce on muscle car segment. With the right looks and engine underneath the bonnet, the Challenger was proved popular. Over the years, a convertible was introduced demonstrated a larger reach in the market.

Inside, features are essential according to today’s standards. Options include leather seats, an analogue clock, power windows, power seats, cruise control and a radio tuner.

Powering the rear wheels of the Challengers of the time is an inline-six cylinder motor or a selection of powerful V8s. All engines are controlled by a 3/4 speed manual or 3-speed automatic gearbox.

Supposedly there are is another version of the Challenger known as the AMAG or Chrysler Challengers. These were only built for the Swiss market, and very few were built. Five are said to be in the US with the rest presumed to scattered around Europe.

Prices in the region are unknown as these vehilces are few and far between. If you would like one to fill your garage, then check overseas.

1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982 and 1983 Dodge Challenger in Dubai, UAE

In its second generation and much like what happened to the Charger in its fifth generation, this version is not well known due to its not so eye-catching bodywork, interior and engines.

Rebranded in individual countries as the Mitsubishi Galant Lambda, the Challenger received a major overhaul inside and out. Turning away from the broad muscle car appearance, a rather dull shell was attached to the chassis.

Gone are the six and eight cylinder motors as is the rear wheel drive train. Now powering the front wheels is an inline four cylinder motor mated to a 5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic. Oddly enough there was an actually HEMI branded engine which is a 2.6-litre, if you tell anyone this though they may laugh in your face.

Looking to buy a second hand Dodge Challenger for sale in Dubai, UAE? Prices for this generation are unknown in the region.

2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 Dodge Challenger in Dubai, UAE.

With 20 years going by without a single Challenger leaving the factory, the nameplate returned on a coupe this time that looked the part.

Bearing similar styling cues the the first generation, the Dodge muscle car was reborn. Base models are fitted with 17-inch rims one each corner, fabric seats, powered accessories, CD player and radio tuner. Higher trim levels and optional exteriors include leather seats, power seats, keyless start, digital a/c, media inputs, Bluetooth connectivity, navigation, parking sensors, ABS, Traction Control, Reverse camera, blind spot detection mirrors, larger rims and a rear spoiler.

These model challengers are available in a variety of trims includes Base, R/T, SRT8, HEMi and many others. A multitude of special editions are available too, Challenger 500, Mopar Edition and others. All of which have their own unique trims, paint jobs and badges.

V6 motors are standard to power the rear wheels. V8 motors are available, and both engines are mated to either an automatic or manual gearbox.

2015 models and onwards have a different grille which is now split in two, and the rear end is slightly different and includes a massive light bar. Inside, a range of new features were added or updated including the media interface which grew in size and the brakes are upgraded.

The same year saw the introduction of the Hellcat trim which includes the supercharged 6.2-litre V8 petrol engine producing a whopping 707 horsepower. With two keys available, the Hellcat sports its very own exterior kit and interior options much like the Charger variant does as well.

Want to buy a used Dodge Challenger for sale in Dubai, UAE? Prices start at AED 78,000.