Here’s a look into Charlie Puth's Car Collection

By Simon Boseman

Published January 4, 2024

Here’s a look into Charlie Puth's Car Collection

Charles Otto Puth Jr. or Charlie Puth is an American singer and songwriter hailing from New Jersey. The talented artist kick-started his career by uploading his music videos on his personal YouTube channel and got his big break by releasing his debut single “Marvin Gaye”. Later, he drew attention and fame with his iconic song dedicated to the late Paul Walker, “See You Again”, in collaboration with Wiz Khalifa. Gaining success at a rapid pace, Puth has built an estimated wealth of $25 million and is also known for his love for high-performance Dodge vehicles. 

4. Jeep Cherokee Trail Hawk

The Jeep Cherokee carries on the legacy of the Wagoneer which was reintroduced back in 1962 in a two-door version. However, the Cherokee eventually became a four-door SUV from the 2002 model year onwards.

Jeep Cherokee Trail Hawk

Since both Jeep and Dodge are part of the FCA group, it seems Puth has a thing for vehicles made by this group due to a couple of Dodge vehicles he has in his garage. The Cherokee is expected to have cost the singer around $37,945 at the time of purchase. The SUV he owns is the Trailhawk model that comes with a standard 4x4 layout and a few upgrades for better off-roading performance.

Jeep Cherokee Trail HawkSpecs
Powertrain3.2-liter V6
Horsepower271 hp
Torque239 lb-ft
Transmission9-speed automatic
0-60 MPH7.9 seconds
Top Speed130 mph

The Jeep Cherokee is powered by a standard 3.2-liter V6 that puts out 271 horses and 239 lb-ft of torque. The motor is mated to a standard 9-speed automatic transmission that drives all four wheels of the SUV. In a straight line, the SUV sprints to 60 mph from a standstill in under 7.9 seconds and achieves a top speed of 130 mph.

3. Honda Civic Type-R

The Honda Civic Type-R is one of the best hot hatches out there money can buy, and Charlie has one in his garage too. It’s surprising that the singer, being quite rich, chose to have this “affordable” hot-hatch over any flashy and expensive sports car or supercar, but the Type-R is worth it.

Honda Civic Type-R

Moreover, the small hatchback belts out over 300 horses from its compact and turbo-fed I-4 motor. For a hatchback, the Type-R isn’t cheap, at least for us, and costs $39,600.

Honda Civic Type-RSpecs
Powertrain2.0-liter turbocharged I-4
Horsepower306 hp
Torque295 lb-ft
Transmission6-speed manual
0-60 MPH5.3 seconds
Top Speed169 mph

The Honda Civic Type-R is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged I-4 motor which is paired to a super-fun 6-speed manual transmission. Together, the powertrain belts out 306 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. The car accelerates rather quickly in a straight line, with a 0-60 mph time of 5.3 seconds only, and has a top speed of 169 mph.

2. Dodge Challenger SRT

As we mentioned earlier, Charlie Puth is a huge lover of Dodge vehicles, and he has the Challenger SRT in his garage.

Dodge Challenger SRT

After its release, the SRT ranked among one of the fastest GT cars out there but Dodge subsequently brought more powerful and drag-specced versions later. The SRT will set us back by $63,125 but that’s like an ordinary amount for Puth.

Dodge Challenger SRTSpecs
Powertrain6.2-liter supercharged V8
Horsepower717 hp
Torque659 lb-ft
Transmission6-speed manual
0-60 MPH3.27 seconds
Top Speed203 mph

The Dodge Challenger SRT is powered by a massive 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine and gets a standard 6-speed manual gearbox. The output numbers are supercar shaming at 717 hp and 659 lb-ft of torque. As a result, the car accelerates like a bat outta hell and completes the 0-60mph sprint within 3.27 seconds, achieving a top speed of 203 mph.

1. Dodge Charger SRT

It’s no surprise that the Charger SRT also sits alongside its bigger and more muscular sibling, the Challenger SRT. Sharing the same powertrain, the Charger makes marginally less power and has a sleeker design than the Challenger.

Dodge Charger SRT

The primary difference is the four-door layout and proper rear seats for adults which the Challenger lacks. For Puth, both the cars have a similar value as a fanboy though. The Charger demands slightly more price than the Challenger at $75,000.

Dodge Charger SRTSpecs
Powertrain6.2-liter supercharged V8
Horsepower707 hp
Torque659 lb-ft
Transmission8-speed shiftable automatic
0-60 MPH3.6 seconds
Top Speed196 mph

The Dodge Charger SRT is powered by the iconic 6.2-liter supercharged V8 but has an 8-speed automatic transmission with dedicated manual mode. The acceleration time is quite hardcore at 3.6 seconds and has a top speed of 196 mph as well.

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