Monday, September 5, 2022

Rockville Dodge dealer sells out of Hemi V8 Chargers, Challengers as models enter their final year

Three weeks ago, Dodge announced it would be phasing out its gasoline-powered Charger and Challenger muscle cars after the 2023 model year. Hemi fans are apparently taking action now, to ensure they get one of the last cars that will be produced. DARCARS Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Rockville at 755 Rockville Pike is now temporarily sold out of Hemi V8 versions of both vehicles, as of yesterday. Some V6 models are still in-stock, as you can see above, until the next V8s are delivered. After special versions of both cars are produced for 2023, the Charger and Challenger will be replaced with an electric sports car for the 2024 model year.


  1. We're going to need a lot more chargers around MoCo. There aren't nearly enough.

  2. It makes no sense at all to stop manufacturing the top line top seller’s of the MOPAR family.
    This could probably be there straw that breaks the camel’s back of Chrysler.
    Why do they want to produce electric vehicles that no one is buying. EVs are just another environmental distraction, and disaster.

    1. What are you talking about? EV demand far outpaces supply. They're flying off the lots everywhere! Also, if you didn't know, EVs blow these gas powered vehicles away in torque. Go try one. These things sell themselves if you're into speed.