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2015 Dodge Challenger Interior Review

Note: This interior review was created when the 2015 Dodge Challenger was new.


Interior: 7.9

Dodge updated the Challenger's cabin for the 2015 model year, and most reviewers like the handsome, retro-themed design and top-notch materials. They add that the Challenger's front seats are exceptionally comfortable, and they praise the rear seat for being much more spacious than rivals’. Test drivers are also pleased with the Challenger's straightforward infotainment system and generously sized trunk.

  • "The seats are quite good-and get more bolstered as you go up the line-and the cockpit-like layout is clever. Still, even the SRT models stray toward hard plastics and you can't really take the uplevel leather seriously. Thankfully the optional Uconnect nav and infotainment systems work fine." -- Automobile Magazine
  • "The Challenger's new interior is a revelation, with top-notch materials and a sleek center console that wraps around the driver." -- AutoTrader
  • "The new-for-2015 interior decor is simply fantastic, being ergonomically sound and nicely retro without being kitschy. From the excellent seats to the conical instrument dials and a clear, crisp TFT screen, the interior leaps well past those of previous Challengers in terms of design and quality of materials." -- Car and Driver
  • "The Challenger still reigns supreme in the pony car segment for soft-touch materials." -- Left Lane News


The Dodge Challenger seats five and comes with a power-adjustable driver seat. Heated and ventilated front seats and leather upholstery are available. SRT models come standard with leather and are available with leather seats with Alcantara inserts. Reviewers report that the 2015 Challenger's front seats are supportive and comfortable for long hauls. They add that the rear seats are spacious for adults, which is a rare compliment in this class.

  • "There's plenty of room in front for two, and the rear seat can accommodate three passengers, the only muscle car capable of making that claim." -- Kelley Blue Book
  • "The Hellcat's seats feature an excellent mix of firm support and long-distance comfort. Side bolstering is aggressive, but even larger occupants won't find them confining. The passenger seat is mounted too high, however, and there is no height adjustment." -- Edmunds
  • "In any case, the Challenger continues to offer a roomy back seat and a cavernous trunk, making it a legitimate daily driver and road-tripper, aside from its high-performance potential." -- AutoTrader

Interior Features

Dual-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth, a USB port and a touch-screen audio system with a 5-inch display are standard on the 2015 Challenger. Available features include a rearview camera, navigation, HD Radio, a nine-speaker Alpine audio system, an 18-speaker Harman Kardon audio system, adaptive cruise control, rear parking sensors and the Uconnect infotainment system with an 8.4-inch touch screen.

According to test drivers, the Challenger's Uconnect infotainment system is one of the best infotainment systems in the industry, and they also like the customizable display in the gauge cluster.

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  • "The centerpiece of the cabin, however, is the sharp 8.4-inch touchscreen (base Challengers get a 5-inch screen) that is canted slightly toward the driver. This latest generation of the UConnect infotainment system has been praised as one of the best available, and the Hellcat adds even more features to it." -- Edmunds
  • "The 2015 Dodge Challenger finally gets the interior upgrade it has needed for years. The all-new dash incorporates the same 8.4-inch screen that we've enjoyed in the Dodge Charger and other Dodge and Chrysler vehicles. The retro-style gauges look fantastic, and there's another sharp-display TFT screen nestled between the two. Luckily, all the good stuff is still there, too." -- Kelley Blue Book
  • "We especially like the 7-in driver-configurable information display in the gauge cluster; it gives the Challenger a contemporary edge that the Camaro, for example, just can't match." -- AutoTrader


The 2015 Challenger has 16.2 cubic feet of trunk space, which is more space than what its closest rivals offer and excellent for the class overall. Test drivers are impressed with the available trunk space, however some critics comment that you have to lift cargo pretty high to get it into the trunk.

  • "The trunk is surprisingly large and useful, despite a pretty high liftover." -- Kelley Blue Book
  • "Impressive trunk space is compromised by a high liftover. The rear seat backs fold, but the release latches are awkward to reach, and the only way the seat backs lay close to flat is if the front seats are adjusted at least midway forward." -- Consumer Guide (2013)
  • "At 16.2 cubic feet, the Challenger's trunk is positively enormous for this segment and bigger than those of many midsize sedans." -- Edmunds (2013)

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