Dodge Duel: 2016 Challenger V. 2016 Charger

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You know you want American muscle. You know you want a car that can deliver more power than the competition and you know there’s only one brand who can provide this. That brand is Dodge and that muscle is offered in the form of the 2016 Charger and newly restyled 2016 Dodge Challenger in Miami.

Both are powerful, both are fast as hell because both feature the Hellcat SRT engine. Why would Dodge offer the same engines in two very similar vehicles? There are enough differences between the two that they can appeal to unique audiences.

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2016 Dodge Dart: The Power Behind the Trims

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It’s easy to get lost in this segment of lackluster-styled sedans and unimpressive powertrains, the 2016 Dodge Dart in Miami stands apart from the rest for its non-conforming style and powerful engines. Dodge knows you don’t need anything more than a love for driving to really fall for the car you’re driving. This Dodge Dart salutes the drivers of the open road.

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Throwback Isn’t Just for Thursdays with the Challenger’s R/T Classic Package

The Dodge Challenger is one of the most enduring names in sports car history. Around since 1958, the Challenger offered originality and sporty performance right out of the gate. Despite its early birthday, the Challenger has taken several hiatuses over the years, which is why the pony car is currently in its third generation. The original Dodge Challenger was categorized as a full size sedan, and it wasn’t until its revival in 1969 that it was classified as a pony car. The Challenger’s identity crisis continued when it was re-classified as a subcompact car from 1978 to 1983, before realizing its true destiny as a full-size pony car in 2008. The latest 2016 Dodge Challenger is staying true to the pony car segment, with stiff competition from both the Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro. Read the rest of this entry >>

How the 2016 Dart Stays Ahead of the Competition

The compact sedan segment is growing faster now, than it ever has before. Automotive manufacturers are racing to stay relevant in a market that is in constant evolution. The auto industry is truly remarkable, in the sense that it doesn’t stay the same for very long. Between new in-vehicle technology, better performance and efficiency, and the drive to keep prices low, it is a great time to buy a new car. If you are in the market for an affordable compact sedan, the 2016 Dodge Dart in Miami is a great option, and is available at Miami Lakes Automall Dodge to take for a test drive today. Read the rest of this entry >>

Why the First-Generation Challenger is so Beloved

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The first-generation Challenger may not blow car fans away with it’s revolutionary design or it’s unprecedented sales. In fact, the vehicle was a relatively late entrant to the ponycar segment, a market that had previously been dominated by the Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro. While the vehicle was generally well regarded by the public, sales dropped significantly as the market for ponycars dropped dramatically. After having produced 76,935 units for 1970 (the vehicle’s first year in production), they were only selling 27,800 units by 1973, resulting in a stoppage of production in 1974.

Nowadays, customers appreciate the vehicle’s throwback style, making it a fairly common purchase among vintage car buyers. With 165,437 sold during the four years of production (and with many of those cars presumably off the road today), the nearly 50-years-old nameplate will still cost you at least $30,000 on the used car market. The vehicle isn’t necessarily rate, but don’t assume you can get one for nothing.

Before you go shopping around for a 2016 Dodge Challenger in Miami, see why the original Challenger was (and still is) so popular…

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Exploring the Punisher-Themed Dodge Challenger

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We come across some interesting vehicle modifications every day, but one recent Dodge Challenger caught our eye. As a pretty big basketball, comic book, and automotive fan, I certainly geeked out when I first laid eyes on this specific car. Sure, comics, sports, and cars don’t necessarily mix, but you’ll get a better idea of what I’m talking about as your read on.

While you won’t find this vehicle lying around any dealership’s lots, the story may inspire you to modify your recently purchased vehicle… like, for instance, the 2016 Dodge Challenger you just purchased in Miami…

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