2011 Dodge Challenger Values

Select a 2011 Dodge Challenger trim level

2011 model year changes

The Challenger carries into its third year with a new lineup of engines: a new 3.6L V6, a 5.7L Hemi V8 and a high performance 6.4L V8. 18-inch wheels are now standard on the base model, with 20-inch ones available. A pair of Super Sport Groups are now optional. One includes 20-inch wheels and performance suspension. The other includes an upgraded audio system, speakers and a touch-screen interface. A power sunroof is optional, as are an array of center stripes. Exterior paints got shuffled a bit: Bright Silver is new, as is Billet Metallic and Toxic Orange, Redline and Tungsten. Torred, Deep Water and Mineral Gray have been discontinued.

Competitive comparison

Classic muscle-car appearance; modern tech and entertainment features; smooth ride; responsive handling; cargo space

Special features for 2011

The 2011 Dodge Challenger is instantly recognizable and one of the most distinctive new cars at any price. With thoroughly modern underpinnings, the Challenger manages to maintain legitimate V8 muscle-car credibility while meeting modern expectations for ride comfort, handling and safety. New tech continues inside too--Dodge offers a completely modern hard-drive-based music jukebox system. Among coupes, the Challenger is surprisingly practical; Dodge says that it has best-in-class rear headroom and legroom; it's also best in class in trunk space.


Coupe 2D SE
Offered in SE, R/T and the newly-revised SRT8 392 trim level, the 2011 Dodge Challenger provides a sensational rear-wheel drive experience. Leather-wrapped steering wheel, 8-way power driver's seat, air conditioning with rear seat vent controls and cruise control is standard equipment on all 2011 Dodge Challengers. Automatic climate control, side airbags and 18-inch aluminum wheels are newly-added no charge items. Addressing the wishes of many budget-minded performance enthusiasts who were displeased with 2010's six-cylinder engine, the 2011 Dodge Challenger SE trim models now includes the 3.6 liter Pentastar V-6 powerplant. Pumping out an impressive 305 horsepower, the 3.6 liter Pentastar engine (fitted to a five-speed automatic transmission) also allows the 2011 Challenger to be E85 compatible. On the Dodge Challenger R/T, the power of a 5.7 liter HEMI returns in 2011 producing 372 horsepower when mated with a 5-speed automatic transmission or 376 horsepower running through an optional 6-speed manual and Track Pak. Limited to only 1,492 examples for 2011, a new Challenger SRT8 392 featuring an larger HEMI V-8 engine cranks out 470 horsepower and 470 pounds-feet of torque wearing one of two race-bred exterior color schemes.