We've been discussing the 2020 Dodge Charger for 3 months in a row, and it ultimately begins figuring it out on trade-in values and loan payments.

The 2020 Charger lineup begins with the SXT in back wheel-drive trim evaluated at $29,895, in addition to a $1,495 destination charge for a sum of $31,390. That is a $425 knock over the 2019 model.

The remainder of the range doesn't get a value bump higher than $250 save for the Hellcat Widebody. The 2019 Charger didn't offer Widebody variations, so those are new for 2020. The lineup with MSRP changes from 2019:

Charger GT RWD $33,390 ($150 more than 2019)

Charger SXT AWD $35,090 ($25 more)

Charger R/T $37,890 ($150 more)

Charger Scat Pack $41,490 ($250 less)

Charger Scat Pack Widebody $47,490 (fresh out of the box new model)

Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody $71,140 ($2,150 over than 2019 non-widebody)

Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition $75,635 (fresh out of the box new model)

There's a cost differential of $44,245 from A to Z. Considerably important to the Charger unwavering, there's a dislodging and power differential from the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 in the SXT with 292 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque to the 6.2-liter supercharged Hemi V8 in the Charger Hellcat Widebody Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition with 717 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque. Dodge plumps the Scat Pack in the center as having the most horsepower each dollar, with its 392-cubic-inch Hemi V8 siphoning 485 hp and 475 lb-ft. In the amusement park business, this is what's known as a good time for everybody.

The Scat Pack Widebody makes a break from its standard version with stiffer springs, bigger sway bars, and stuns, and retuned dampers. Changes all through the remainder of the lineup save for the SXT focus on new wheel and tire alternatives, and a refreshed Performance Handling Group on the GT and R/T trims.

The 2020 Charger request book opens in the autumn, however, America's family-friendly muscle vehicle won't begin hitting on sales much until early 2020.