Go Mango Color Now Available for Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger

Go Mango color on 2016 Dodge Challenger and 2016 Dodge Charger 6 photos
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After Sublime Green, Plum Crazy, and B5 Blue, the Dodge brand continues to answer customer demand for heritage paint finishes. This time around, we’re treated to Go Mango, a color that was introduced on the 1970 Dodge Challenger. Although it isn’t available in the online configurator, dealerships can order the 2016 model year Challenger and Charger in this color immediately.
The contemporary take on Go Mango is, as you can see in the photo gallery below, rather stunning. The thing is, only STR 392 and SRT Hellcat models are entitled to wear it. “Powerful performance cars like our Dodge Charger and Challenger demand high-impact colors,” explained Tim Kuniskis, the head of Passenger Car Brands at Dodge, SRT, Chrysler, and Fiat.

“Dodge muscle cars have a long history of unique paint colors with iconic names, and we’ll continue to reach back into our paint code archive to give our enthusiast customers what they want,” he added. If memory serves me well, Go Mango made a brief return in 2006 thanks to the Dodge Charger R/T Daytona. More recently, the American carmaker added this finish to the color palette of the Dart compact sedan.

There’s no information on pricing at the time of writing, but don’t expect Dodge to charge you for Go Mango. After all, Sublime Green, Plum Crazy, and B5 Blue are no-cost options. For the 2016 model year, the Dodge Charger SRT 392 starts at $50,995. One up to the SRT Hellcat and the pricing climbs to $67,645. The Challenger, meanwhile, starts at $50,195 in STR 392 flavor and stops at $64,195 in SRT Hellcat form.

With these being said, what would you choose for the Charger and Challenger? What is your favorite exterior color available for these two American brutes? I would go for Ivory Tri-Coat Pearl for the Charger. As for the Challenger, a murdered-out look is fine by me: Pitch Black paint with matte black wheels and black leather seats.
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After a 1:43 scale model of a Ferrari 250 GTO sparked Mircea's interest for cars when he was a kid, an early internship at Top Gear sealed his career path. He's most interested in muscle cars and American trucks, but he takes a passing interest in quirky kei cars as well.
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