The cheapest, used Dodge Challenger Hellcat listings on Cars.com are about $45,000, with mileage ranging from 9,000 to 37,000 miles. The cheapest ‘new’ Hellcat is a Light Arctic Gray 2016 model for a sound $54,975. When you take these factors into consideration, it’s easy to say that this hail damaged 2017 Dodge Challenger Hellcat isn’t as sweet of a deal as some might think.
There are plenty of great deals (and headaches) to be had when dealing with Copart, but this 2017 Dodge Challenger Hellcat isn’t one of them, at least not to us. To see the listing for yourself, click here. The current bid is at $32,250, but the buy-it-now price is set to $55,000.
Personally, We’d rather deal with more mileage than body work, but that’s just me. If we look solely at the numbers, there isn’t much of an incentive to purchase the totaled Hellcat from Copart. Now, if you were going to take the money you “saved” and purchase a bunch of carbon fiber body parts from SpeedKore, then it might make some sense.
What’s your take on this Dodge Hellcat offering? Is there money to be saved, or would you pass for a leftover 2016 model still sitting on dealer lots? Give us your thoughts on it in the comment section below.