Just like its Challenger sibling, the Dodge Charger Hellcat has been assigned an official fuel economy rating of 22 mpg on the highway.
Around town, the 707-hp 6.2-liter engine will swallow 13 mpg, while the combined rating sits at 16 mpg. These numbers are the exact same as the Challenger Hellcat, both of which are equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission. A manual is available on the Challenger, but not the Charger.
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The Charger Hellcat is the most powerful sedan ever made and is capable of running a quarter mile in 11-seconds sitting on street tires. In the US, the Charger Hellcat starts at $63,995.
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