The All-New 2023 Dodge Hornet

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Learn about the the all-new Dodge Hornet below. Contact us to be notified when the Hornet arrives and is available for a test drive.


2023 Dodge Hornet Highlights

The Hornet Compact SUV is All Dodge

You know when Dodge decides to enter a market, that they're going to muscle their way to the top of the competition - and that's just what they've done with the compact utility vehicle class. The all-new 2023 Dodge Hornet GT is entering the field as the most powerful compact utility vehicle under $30K. The Hornet's distinctive Dodge styling and driver-focused design are home to a 2-liter Turbo inline-4 delivering 265 horsepower and 295 lb.-ft. of torque and making 0-60 mph in 6.5 seconds.

Of course, that's just the beginning - you'll soon be introduced to the Hornet R/T which will be Dodge's first electrified performance vehicle with extra power and additional class-exclusive features - but more about that at a later date.

Feature-packed; Head of the Class

The Dodge Hornet is packed with features for driving fun, but in case you get carried away, there are built-in features to keep your passengers from opting out of your next adventure ride. Not only does the Hornet come with standard all-wheel-drive, but also standard is the class-exclusive Koni frequency selective damping shocks, best-in-class front and rear fully independent suspension to help smooth things out, and best-in-class dynamic torque vectoring to optimize stability. Also, to keep everybody snug in the curves, and add some panache, you have class-exclusive racing-style Alcantara seats available with the Track Pack optional package. And for real attitude, you can opt for available red leather seats.

Finally, your Hornet is eligible for factory-backed performance upgrades available through Dodge Direct Connection; exclusively available through Dodge Power Brokers like Larry H. Miller Dodge Peoria.

Advanced Technology

A suite of advanced driver safety assistance tech comes standard on the Hornet, from auto emergency braking and blind spot warning, to rear cross-traffic warnings, lane drift warnings and parking sensors that work with the backup camera guidelines. In addition, the optional Tech Pack offers adaptive cruise control, lane-centering assistance, traffic sign recognition and more.

Hornet infotainment equipment features a 10.25-inch touchscreen interface and a best-in-class 12.3-inch customizable digital gauge cluster with 3 info-zones. Dodge's Uconnect 5 offers remote connectivity for locking/unlocking and remote engine start and offers wireless iPhone and Android smart phone connectivity.

Frequently Asked Questions About 2023 Dodge Hornet

What's new for Challenger in 2022?

The new Challenger SRTJailbreak, offers myriad ways to customize your ride to fit your personality. Options include Hellcat badge designs, caliper colors, wheel styles, seating options, spoiler, and more.

How much does a 2022 Dodge Challenger cost?

You can get into a 2021 Challenger SXT for a starting MSRP of $38,825. With Challenger's wide range of powerful engine options, there's also a wide range of prices, topping off with the top-of-the-heap SRT Super Stock, with its standard 6.2L V8 Supercharged high-output HEMI starting with an MSRP of $82,445.

How much power does a Dodge Challenger have?

Challenger has a wide range of engines, providing a lot of choices for drivers. Just check out these specs:

  • 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine, offering 303@6,350 rpm hp and 268@4,800 rpm lb-ft of torque
  • 5.7-liter HEMI V8 engine, with 375@5,150 rpm hp and 410@4,300 rpm lb-ft of torque
  • 392 HEMI V8 engine, making 485@6,100 rpm hp and 475@4,100 rpm lb-ft of torque
  • Supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI V8 engine, producing 717@6,000 rpm hp and 656@4,800 rpm lb-ft of torque
  • Supercharged 6.2-liter High-Output HEMI V8 engine, generating 797@6,300 rpm (or 807@6,400) hp and 707@4,500 rpm lb-ft of torque

What is the difference between SRT Hellcat Redeye and SRT Super Stock?

Besides the small difference in hp (the Super Stock's 807 hp edges out the Hellcat Redeye by only 10hp), the Super Stock is a drag racing build. It has smaller 18" wheels with stickier Nitto tires for better traction. It also has smaller brakes discs, which is important to consider for street driving. The Redeye rides on 20" wheels and comes with Pirelli all-season tires. The Redeye is the most powerful Challenger not built for the drag strip. The Super Stock has a 3.09 gear ratio, while the Redeye allows opting between 3.09 or 2.62 gearing ratios. Some drivers prefer the 2.62 for street driving.

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