Fiat Chrysler's Dodge is among the biggest American car brands that have made their respective marks in the world of cars. A lot of people have been anxiously waiting for the next model of Dodge Challenger and they are in for a surprise as the 2017 Dodge Challenger is coming in with an all-wheel drive feature.
Rumor Accidentally Confirmed
A month ago, Road and Track reported of a rumor that the American car manufacturer may be coming up with a new all-wheel drive Dodge Challenger. Now, that rumor has been confirmed and apparently, consumers have the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to thank for it. Inadvertently, the EPA has posted the details of the new 2017 Dodge Challenger through its website.
There Is A Catch
The information revealed on the EPA's website also noted that not all 2017 Dodge Challenger GT will be coming with the all-wheel drive feature. According to the same report, those sporting a V6 3.6-liter engines will be the only units to have the all-wheel drive feature, at least in the beginning.
Specifications To Look Forward To
In addition to the all-wheel drive feature that a lot of people would probably anxiously anticipate, there are also other specifications to look forward to. According to Autoblog, through the EPA website where the confirmation regarding the news about the 2017 Dodge Challenger GT came from, the vehicle will also be coming with a fuel efficiency rate of 18 miles per gallon for city driving and 27 miles per gallon on a highway at a combined rate of 21 miles per gallon. However, the same report also noted that those numbers are a little bit lower as compared to its rear-wheel drive counterpart that was also equipped with the same kind of engine under the hood. It had a record of 19mpg and 30mpg for city and highway drive respectively.