The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is really like nothing else before it. With 840 horsepower on tap and completely road-legal, but built for drag racing, the Dodge Demon is something that can be bought at a dealership. Just as one would with a V6-powered Challenger GT. But, there is a caveat. Should you look to drive away in a brand-new Dodge Demon from the dealership, you’ll be required to complete a 3-page document, which begins with the following:
Customer shall have full responsibility and shall assume all risks related to the use of the features and applications in the Vehicle and shall only use the features and applications when it is safe to do so. Failure to do so may result in an accident involving serious injury or death.
Cue the dramatic music. Another common-sense stipulation is made regarding the super sticky Nitto NT05R tires the Dodge Demon is equipped with from the factory. Dodge strongly advises against using them in extremely cold weather, specifically in temperature below 15 degrees, stating that the tires can lose flexibility which may lead to cracking and other tire damage.
You’d almost think this is some sort of ingenious marketing tactic rather than just your run of the mill liability avoidance.
We were able to see the document in its entirety (less the signature page) thanks to the fellas over at Jalopnik. If you’re curious to see the whole Dodge Demon Disclaimer yourself, click here.