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<a href="https://oconnorchrysler.com/inventory?newUsed=New&make=DODGE&model=Challenger"><img src="https://oconnorchrysler.com/images/upload/January_2022/Auto_Advice/2022_Dodge_Challenger_Brakes.png"alt="2022 Dodge Challenger models at sunset”/></a>If you are considering purchasing a new 2022 Dodge Challenger, then you may want to learn more about the various braking systems that come with different trim levels. With 10 unique models to choose from, it’s important to understand what type of stopping each one has. Plus, you can reserve any of these versions when you call O’Connor Chrysler in BC.

The standard component is a performance-enhanced 4-wheel antilock disc brake system with Brake Assist. Bolstered by Rain Brake Support and Ready-Alert Braking, it is designed to halt the vehicle even during inclement weather. Thanks to the Electronic Stability Control Suite which adds Hill Start Assist, All-Speed Traction Control, and Electronic Roll Mitigation, you don’t have to worry about slipping or sliding.

The Scat Pack 392 and higher all get upgraded Brembo brakes with either 4 or 6-piston calipers. These come in Black or Red depending on the trim, and they also include all of the aforementioned features. Other optional colours include Gun Metal and Orange.

Would you like to learn more about the elements of the 2022 Dodge Challenger? Get in touch with our friendly team of experts now to get all of the details, schedule an appointment for a test run, or ask about our current stock!

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