Today's Dodge Challenger engine is a bit more complex than what it used to be. While many would see that as a negative, it actually means increased fuel consumption scrutiny on behalf of the vehicle's technology - mainly its computer system. Lots of sensors alert the Challenger as to the real fuel economy and provide a singular figure that the driver can understand.

The average fuel usage number is presented to the driver within the gauge cluster. That number goes up or down depending on the type of fuel, road time, and location.

The consensus on the Dodge Challenger goes a little something like this: though the higher performing engine types prefer premium gasoline, adding regular gas to the tank isn't a catastrophe. For instance, the Hemi has strong spark timing and power output, it simply performs optimally when fueled by high-octane gas.

 

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