If you’re in the market for an exceptional muscle car, you’re in luck. You might have to set up shipping from Cincinnati, Ohio, but considering the vehicle that’s up for grabs, it’ll be worth it. If you’ve got the money, there is a 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon for sale.
How rare is a Dodge Demon?
Dodge only produced 3,300 Demons before discontinuing its halo car, making it incredibly rare. Not only are they a rare sight in the United States, but some examples were exported to countries like Canada, Germany, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Also, Dodge sold every single SRT Demon very quickly. So unlike buying a much more commonplace Hellcat, the Demon didn’t get much showroom time.
How much is a used Demon?
The latest typical listing price for the 2018 Dodge SRT Demon is $118,893. Although the Kelley Blue Book’s (KBB) value reflects recent sales data, some examples go for much more than that. Also, KBB’s value indicates the average listing for a vehicle with 58,406 miles. While that might not seem like much for a car from 2018, several examples have lived their lives in climate-controlled garages while traveling only a handful of miles a year. That seems to be the case with this latest low-mileage Dodge Demon for sale in Cincinnati.
Can I buy a Dodge Demon?
If you’re after a 2018 Dodge SRT Demon, there is one for sale in Cincinnati, Ohio. This example is a properly sinister black with a “Demonic” red interior. A car like this one couldn’t have been more appropriately named. Also, with just 4,196 miles, the muscle car has a lot of life left to live.
Unfortunately, you’ll have to pay $135,000 to snag this one, which is before fees and shipping if you so choose. Still, KBB lists that a Demon with just 4,196 miles has a typical list price of $147,752, so the Cincinnati Dodge Demon for sale may constitute a bargain. That is, if you play fast and loose with the term “bargain.”
Can you daily drive the Demon?
While you may want a Dodge Demon for its non-stop list of records, you can daily drive the big car if you so choose. Its large size and segment-leading trunk space make for a usable package. However, if you want a hilariously-powerful Dodge daily driver, you should buy a Challenger Hellcat instead. The Hellcat packs speakers, bigger brakes, and sound deadening that the Demon traded for hellacious speed.
Furthermore, buying a Hellcat from the same model year will set you back less than half the Demon’s average listing price. Specifically, Kelley Blue Book says that a 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat will typically set you back $55,382. Also, given the limited release of the Dodge halo car, a Hellcat would be the safer choice to do daily driver battle.
What other crazy cars could you buy instead of the Dodge Demon for sale?
If you want other seriously fast muscle cars for less than a Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, you have a couple of options. First, consider any of the more recent Shelby Mustangs, like the GT350 and GT500. Furthermore, buying a Hennessey-massaged muscle car is a great option, like the Exorcist, a modified 1,000-horsepower Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. However, consider the Dodge if you want a unique and exclusive muscle car.
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