The Smoking Tire Gets Acquainted With The Dodge Charger Scat Pack: Video

The arrival of the Dodge Charger Hellcat has mostly relegated the Charger Scat Pack into the background. Right or wrong, that’s the price the model has to pay when one of its siblings bears the fiery “Hellcat” name. But as the Hellcat continues to claim the headlines and the glory, the Scat Pack has proven to be just as capable, relative to someone’s expectations.

Matt Farah recently spent time with a Charger Scat Pack to give it an extensive drive-through and as you can expect from someone who’s driven his share of American muscle cars, Farah had a lot of interesting things to say about the Charger Scat Pack, some of which prospective buyers of the car should take note of.

The video is as informative as it’s going to get, especially if there are those out there who are torn between the Charger Scat Pack and the Hellcat. In a nutshell, the Charger Hellcat is the Hellcat for a reason. It’s the most powerful variant of the Charger but that kind of performance comes at a premium cost. On the flip side, the Charger Scat Pack isn’t as powerful, but it is much cheaper. The performance can be compensated, especially for those who use it as their daily drivers. But the price? Well, for a lot of people, that’s usually the trump card that decides any debate. And in this case, as Farah points out, that’s the difference between getting the Charger Scat Pack and the Hellcat.

Dodge Charger Scat Pack

Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack

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