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Used 2015 Dodge Charger SRT 392 Overview
The used 2015 Dodge Charger SRT 392 is offered in the following styles: SRT 392 4dr Sedan (6.4L 8cyl 8A). Pre-owned Charger SRT 392 models are available with a 0-liter gas engine, with output up to 0 hp, depending on engine type. The used 2015 Charger SRT 392 comes with rear wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 8-speed shiftable automatic.
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The used 2015 Dodge Charger SRT 392 is priced around $39998 with average odometer reading of 24477 miles.
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Vehicle SRT 392 4dr Sedan (6.4L 8cyl 8A)
Review Traded a 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT392 for this one. Actually wanted this car back then, but bought the Challenger based on a good deal. I'm not a family guy, but I prefer sedans for their short doors and all around practicality. ** The Car: 2015 Dodge Charger SRT392, 8 Spd Auto, pitch black, fully optioned except for sun roof. ** What attracted me to this car: I'm a car enthusiast, so I follow car reviews on YouTube continually. I love the power and torque of the 392 and was interested in the Hellcat models as well if the price was right. The reviews on this car convinced me that it was a major leap forward from the 2012 I owned, but the price gouging on the Hellcats (Shame on you Dodge dealers nationwide! You will come to regret this!) convinced me that they were not feasible. ** Major Selling Points: Upgraded electronics interface and SRT's tires/wheels/brakes package, which are essentially identical between the 392 and Hellcat. ** Most Surprising Aspects: Overall fit and finish, luxuriousness of the interior, and attention to detail. The interior now feels like an upscale European car in every way, the pitch black paint job is absolutely blinding in full sunlight, the new front end styling is stunning from every angle, and the center stack electronic interface is by far the most useful and attractive I've ever seen. ** Little things I love already: The Harmon Kardon 19 speaker stereo subwoofer and amp, which had been previously hidden in the spare tire well of the trunk (and still is on Challenger models), has been relocated to parts unknown under the rear seat, freeing up the trunk sub-space for a foam storage unit that's perfect for holding car cleaning supplies and the like so that they don't slide around in the trunk. Also, both the floor mats and a quite useful mesh trunk "cargo hammock" are included gratis. The little things make a BIG difference! Thanks for noticing Dodge! ** Most surprising thing so far: Gas mileage. MUCH better than my 2012 SRT Challenger so far! I chalk most of that up to the Sachs ZF-8 Speed auto trans, which is almost worth the price of ownership alone. ** Recommendation: I think the SRT392 far better value, not only for the money, but overall as compared to the Hellcat. Anyone thinking they're going to be shortchanged in the power department will be pleasantly surprised, as the 392's power band is so much better matched to the overall vehicle that it's nearly as fast as the Hellcat, especially in the normal driving conditions most drivers will experience. ** One minor quibble after 2000 miles: the front collision warning and active braking system is of questionable value at this point in it's design progression, as it's a bit like having your overly-protective mother riding shotgun with a brake pedal of her own. Just WAY to sensitive, and although it might well save you from an inadvertent front end collision, it's probably even more likely to cause a rear end collision when the guy behind you gets surprised by your sudden abrupt braking maneuver. I've had a couple near misses already, so I drive with the system OFF all the time now. The switch will hold its setting, so you can turn it off once and not have to worry about it every time you get it, but still. Unless you're a VERY conservative driver (not likely in this car), I think the system's an overall liability and would not recommend it's use under any conditions. 1 Year Update: Approximately 6K miles so far. The car is still still stunning in it's good looks (!!!), impeccably reliable even at 7200' altitude and risk of snow approximately 5 months of the year, and most impressive in its performance. I use it mostly for local in town driving, so accordingly, it gets pretty dismal gas mileage, especially when I put my foot into it, which is fairly often. Even so, mileage is usually between 12-15 MPG for strictly in town driving. When I take it on the road to Santa Fe or Albuquerque I can easily average 23-25 MPG. Quite acceptable in my book. Likewise the Pirelli P-Zero Summer tires are probably 50-60% spent already, even with a front-cross, rear forward rotation at 5K. Those who are familiar with muscle cars and summer tires already know this is fairly typical. All in all, my main "gripe" with the car thus far is the fact that massive 15.4" Brembos up front shed COPIOUS amounts of brake dust all over those beautiful 20 x 9.5" forged wheels. Once again, this simply goes with the territory, so it's no big deal at all; but if you're a fanatical detailer as I am, it'll definitely keep you busy on the weekends. So, the critical question; would I buy it again and do I have any regrets? Although I wanted in the worst way to be able to afford a Hellcat when I bought this car, I realized then and STILL appreciate now that the SRT392 was by far the better all around value and a TRULY GREAT performance car in its own right.
Exterior Colors: Pitch Black Clear Coat, Pitch Black, Destroyer Grey Clear Coat, White Knuckle Clear Coat, Granite Crystal Metallic Clear Coat, Granite Pearl Coat, Bright White Clear Coat, Octane Red Pearl Coat, Indigo Blue, Billet Silver Metallic Clear Coat, Billet Clear Coat, Bright Silver Metallic Clearcoat, Brilliant Black Crystal Pearlcoat, Maximum Steel Metallic Clear Coat, Torred Clear Coat, F8 Green, Go Mango, Yellow Jacket Clear Coat, Torred, Inferno Red Crystal Pearlcoat, Phantom Black Tri-Coat Pearl, Tungsten Metallic Clearcoat, B5 Blue Pearl Coat, Dark Titanium Metallic Clearcoat, Midnight Blue Pearlcoat, Redline 3 Pearl Coat, Redline 3 Pearlcoat, Stone White Clearcoat, Blackberry Pearlcoat, Redline Red Tri-Coat Pearl, Ivory Tri-Coat Pearl, Plum Crazy Pearl Coat, TorRed, Toxic Orange Pearlcoat, Bright White Clearcoat, Deep Water Blue Pearlcoat, Green Go Clear Coat, High Octane Red Pearl Coat, Steel Blue Metallic Clearcoat, Magnesium Pearlcoat, Silver Steel Metallic Clearcoat, Billet Metallic Clearcoat, Blue Streak Pearlcoat, Contusion Blue Pearl Coat, Header Orange Clear Coat, Ivory Pearl Coat, Jazz Blue Pearl Coat, Plum Crazy Pearlcoat, Top Banana, White Gold Clearcoat
Interior Colors: Black cloth, Black leather, Black premium leather, Dark Slate Gray cloth, Dark Slate Gray/Light Graystone cloth, Dark Slate Gray/Light Slate Gray cloth, Black/Pearl leather, Black/Ruby Red leather/sueded microfiber, Black leather/suede, Dark Slate Grey/Light Slate Grey cloth, Black/Demonic Red leather, Black premium leather/alcantara, Black/Molten Red leather, Black/Ruby Red leather, Black/Tungsten cloth, Black premium cloth, Black/Light Frost Beige premium cloth, Black/Red premium leather, Black/Sepia premium leather, Black/Foundry Black leather, Black/Light Frost Beige cloth, Black/Tan leather, Black leather/sueded microfiber, Black premium leather/sueded microfiber, Black/Red premium leather/alcantara, Black/Ruby Red leather/suede, Black/Tan premium leather, Dark Slate Gray/Light Slate Gray leather/suede
Popular Features: Keyless Entry/Start, Apple Carplay/Android Auto, Mobile Internet, Sunroof/Moonroof, Blind Spot Monitoring, Leather Seats, AWD/4WD, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Pre-collision safety system, Upgraded Engine, Electronic Folding Mirrors, Alarm, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Auto Climate Control, Automatic Emergency Braking, Aux Audio Inputs, Back-up camera, Bluetooth, Cooled Seats, Fold Flat Rear Seats, Heated seats, Multi-Zone Climate Control, Navigation, Parking sensors, Post-collision safety system, Power Driver Seat, Rear Bench Seats, Rear Entertainment System, Remote Start, Stability Control, Tire Pressure Warning, Towing Hitch, Trip Computer, USB Inputs, Upgraded Headlights, Upgraded Stereo