If you’re looking to save money on your car’s engine and exhaust systems, then the springfields Hellcat Turbo is an affordable option.
The engine’s turbocharger is a 3.7L V6, while the exhaust system is equipped with a 6.0L V8, which makes for a total of 13 horsepower and 15 lb-ft of torque.
This is a bit under the 6.5-liter displacement of the original Hellcat, but it is still a pretty impressive output, which is good for the price tag.
The Turbo’s turbocharged engine also has a low rolling resistance, making for a low center of gravity and an excellent handling package.
It also has more torque than the other cars in the family, with a peak of 258 lb-fts at 5,500 rpm.
With the Hellcat’s 3.6-liter turbocharged V6 being a four-cylinder, it has more than enough power to get you through the gears and around corners, which means you can get away with the lower power.
The Hellcat also has excellent fuel economy, with the EPA rating of 31 mpg combined on the highway and 28 mpg on the Autobahn.
As with the Turbo, the Hellcats Turbo engine is an optional add-on for the base model, but if you are looking for something that will really set you apart, the Turbo is definitely the way to go. Read more