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Hellcat Charger Put Through Its Paces



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The 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is the most powerful sedan money can buy, with its 707 factory horsepower and a top speed of over 200 mph. On this episode of Ignition, associate road test editor Carlos Lago puts the Charger Hellcat through its paces to answer one question: For the money, is it the ultimate family sedan?

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Compared to the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat , the performance and power numbers are just about identical. But what the Challenger doesn't offer is an extra set of doors, a comfortable backseat, and what Lago refers to as a "veil of civility." It's not as aggressive or in your face about its potential, and it offers a comfortable, easy ride when not pushed to its limits.During testing, the 2015 Charger Hellcat achieved the same 0-60 time as the Challenger, a quick 3.7 seconds, but was just a tenth of a second and 1 mph slower than the Challenger Hellcat for the quarter mile. However, during a hot lap at Streets of Willow with driver Randy Pobst, the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat achieved a time that beat out the likes of the Ford Mustang EcoBoost and Subaru WRX.

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Check out the video below to watch this ultimate family sedan in action.

Read more: http://wot.motortrend.com/1501_2015_dodge_charger_srt_hellcat_put_through_its_paces_on_ignition_w_video.html#ixzz3OtbZa9TS

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Sure didn't seem that they were pushing it to the edge on the track. Hardly any tire squeal at all and barely on the strips.  There look to be parts of that track that would be flat out, but they were hardly in it except for the straight. 

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