Category Archives: 2016 Dodge Challenger in Miami

Dodge Challenger Engines and Trims

The Dodge Challenger Engines

Dodge Challenger Engines and TrimsThe Dodge Challenger has a significant history as an evolving muscle car. Since the Challenger was first released in 1970, there have been many changes made to its exterior, like the shaker hood and flip headlights.  Not only that, but through the years, Dodge has made stronger, more powerful engines to increase performance and satisfy people’s need for speed.

With the 900HP SRT Hellcat coming out, we thought it would be best to give an overview of all of the standard Challenger engines that are currently available on the 2016 Challenger lineup.

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Auto Sales + Deals This 4th of July Weekend


Happy 4th of July from us at Miami Lakes Automall! In the spirit of the Fourth of July and summer, we have several sales and manufacturer incentives available. No matter your budget, we have something for you!


Miami Lakes Automall is offering a summer clearance event through Tuesday, July 5. There are great deals going on you won’t want to miss. Come down to Miami Lakes and check out what Dodge vehicles we have for sale, including this special sale on a 2014 Dodge Avenger.


Now is a great time to be a Kia owner! Kia just earned the top honors in the annual J.D. Power Initial Quality Study and this is the last chance to cash in on Kia’s Summer’s On Us sale because the sale ends Tuesday, July 5. Read the rest of this entry >>

Dodge Duel: 2016 Challenger V. 2016 Charger

2016 Challenger Charger

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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