Category Archives: Dodge Challenger

Miami Lakes Dodge Demon IfYouKnowYouKnow

If You Know, You Know. Meet the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon

Miami Lakes Dodge Demon IfYouKnowYouKnow

If you know, you know. That’s the headline for Dodge’s promotional campaign, and what a campaign it’s going to be. With many days before its debut in April, the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is being chased down by what could become its Master, the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. What can we expect from this new ride?

With a new video being released every week, the Dodge promotional campaign, If You Know You Know, dodge.com/en/ifyouknowyouknow/, has already teased us enough with the first video. It starts with a 3D animation of the SRT Hellcat mascot, and ends with the same mascot blowing apart, leaving behind a dark demon kneeling in its place. Flashy.

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Miami Lakes 2017 Dodge Challenger GT Grille

Announcing the Dodge Challenger GT AWD!

Miami Lakes 2017 Dodge Challenger GT Grille

O.M.G. A Dodge Challenger with all-wheel drive will be arriving in showrooms in 2017. This has to be one of the most exciting things we’ve heard about all year, in terms of Dodge at least. And trust us, there’s been a lot of exciting and good news about Dodge this year. Their 2017 vehicles are already getting praise, and with the Challenger GT AWD on the way, there is a lot to look forward to!

All the Goodies

Ever since the new Dodge Challenger T/A and Dodge Charger Daytona models were introduced in August, Dodge has gone completely insane, in a good way. It seems like every month we’re getting something new, and who can really complain? It should be illegal, but what cop is going to press charges when they’re getting their own Dodge Charger Pursuit cruiser? Plus, along with the big news about the Challenger GT AWD, the Barracuda is also said to be making a comeback.

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‘17 Dodge Vehicles Receive 5-Star Overall Safety Rating

Miami Lakes Dodge Vehicles NHTSA

Safety is one of the most important features in a car. Even with the most fuel-efficient engine, or the coolest, smartest technology, without safety, an automobile is a potentially dangerous transportation method. That’s why auto manufacturers strive to not only put lots of fancy and alluring features in their vehicles, but they’re constantly looking for ways to improve safety. An auto brand that’s amping up its safety this year is Dodge.

When it comes to measuring a vehicle’s safety, there are two main organizations that the public trusts – the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Both organizations deliver safety ratings and sometimes full reports on the safety features of an automobile.

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Miami Lakes Dodge Most Loved Vehicles

3 Dodge Models Named America’s Most Loved

Miami Lakes Dodge Most Loved Vehicles

It’s the end of the year and many awards are being given to some of the best vehicles on the street. One of which is delivered by Strategic Vision, an organization that annually releases the Consumer Love Index (CLI), an index that measures how much owners love their new vehicle after 90 days of ownership. Recently, Dodge received this award for three of its vehicles and one vehicle received a special award from ALG, the industry benchmark for providing residual value.

Full-Size Car – Dodge Charger

The Dodge Charger appeared on the Strategic Vision’s list, and how could it not? Many people love their charger, it’s a muscle-car and a sedan all rolled into one. That means it has just as much performance as it has comfort and convenience. With four engine options, including the 707-hp supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI SRT Hellcat engine, it’s one of the fiercest vehicles on the road. Plus, it has a fuel economy of 31 highway mpg and a driving range of over 570 miles.

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2016 Dodge Challenger: An Unmatched Driving Experience

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If you’re looking to buy a new sports car, you’re certainly expecting one attribute: power. Sure, the exterior may be stylish and the interior includes plenty of comfort features, but you expect your new ride to outrace any other vehicle on the road.

Of course, it can be difficult to handle that fast new vehicle, and you rarely find a car that possesses excellent power with excellent drivability. Fortunately, Dodge’s engineers have discovered the formula for successfully juggling speed and handling, and they flexed their newfound abilities with the 2016 Challenger. The vehicle is certainly fast, but drivers will never feel out of control. Plus, the unit is even fuel efficient, meaning you can actually enjoy driving your vehicle (as opposed to constantly stopping for refills).

Before you go shopping for a Dodge Challenger in Miami, see why the vehicle is one of the top performers in the sports car segment…

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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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