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When we speak about the Dodge brand, we are usually inclined to note the tremendous resale value Dodge muscle cars keep. The news came this week of a decade-old Dodge Charger Daytona that was first introduced as an emblem of the racing legacy from their famed 1960s era muscle cars. Keep in mind that the Charger was prohibited by NASCAR 50 years ago. The 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona was an enormous hit and the V8 HEMI put in this Dodge helped make the vehicle a massive triumph. In fact, the Daytona was recently produced again by Dodge and offered more than 200 mph speed! So, ten years afterward we are interested in the ROI (return on investment) for this 2013 Charger Daytona.
The Expansion of V8 Strength
What started as the Dodge muscle car delivering strength became consumers eventually having entry to superiorly robust engines with the expansion of V8 motors. Those V8s began a movement from those initial Chargers to the ones that symbolized ever so noticeably how far Dodge had come with the 2013 Daytona back then and in the SRT, SRT Hellcat, and SRT Hellcat Redeye assortment of muscle cars we see today. While we have witnessed the special plans Dodge has made to push forward electrified technology in their muscle cars, let us examine the 2013 Dodge Charger Daytona further.
Dodge Excellence Remains
Of course Dodge has discovered ways to rejuvenate and drum into previous generations, delivering throwback appearance packages of their famed vehicles, just like the 2013 Dodge Charger Daytona. The 2013 variation held four body color options including pitch black, bright white, billet silver, and Daytona blue. Owners enjoy the 5.7-Liter V8 engine that races from 0 to 60 MPH in 6 seconds. The nifty 20-inch polished aluminum wheels sold with glossed back inlays, gloss black wing mirrors, front grille, side skirts, and various rear bumper inserts. The interior carries the Nappa leather selection still found in the highest tier muscle cars produced by Dodge. Owners note a not-bad-for-2020-standards with their 2012 produced 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system, however the 10 speaker, 552 watt Beats audio system still maintains as outstanding no matter how much time goes on by. Dodge is skilled at offering vehicles that last the test of time.
Dodge Maintains Value For Years
Sometimes the greatest way to keep people intrigued is by staying ahead of the game or offering a unique vehicle option. Only 2,500 of these 2013 Dodge Charger Daytona models were created in 2012, acting as a way to offer upscale cars to help garner appeal. The result is about 50% value retained, even after a decade passing by. The $15,000 price point is quite impressive, as the vehicle was $32,000 MSRP in 2012. The value might increase to even loftier peaks with the EVs coming and gasoline cars set to become an infrequent find as this century goes on. For those glancing at the upcoming future of the Dodge line-up, like the 2023 Dodge Hornet anticipated to come out this year, we have all the news breaking and vehicles ready to go at Miami Lakes Automall!
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While 2020 has been a down year for all automotive companies due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the good news is the tide is turning. The third-quarter results for 2020 have helped Dodge notice just how strong sales were for the Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger among customers. The latest results have the Dodge brand happy as the numbers reflect the Dodge muscle car lineup has done better than rival brands flagship cars, including the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Corvette. This is big news and Dodge is only aiming at improving its muscle car variety as well as coming out with a few surprises for customers to close out 2020.
Dodge Looks To Only Get Better
Dodge has publicly stated their numbers would be even better if the Coronavirus didn’t hit, naturally. But, when speaking out about the success Dodge has seen, there is one driving force behind the brand. Their goal is to move Dodge ahead of the rest of the manufacturers trying to create a buzz with new tricks to attract buyers (looks at the mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette). The Charger sold 23,547 vehicles with 16,332 Challenger vehicles sold. The Ford Mustang only sold 13,851 vehicles, down 18 percent from last year, unlike the Dodge Charger (only down 10%). Chevrolet only sold 6,355 Corvette vehicles in the third-quarter.
“We only publish total (quarterly) numbers. But if you look inside the numbers at true retail sales to real customers and not to rental car agencies, Charger and Challenger had the best September they’ve ever had in the history of the cars,” added Tim Kuniskis, head of FCA passenger cars
Awards and What Customers Can Expect From Dodge
Dodge recently earned awards from J. D. Power from its APEAL Study across all 2020 model year vehicles. The results look to be the same or better for the 2021 model year as the Dodge muscle car lineup will extend its SRT Hellcat nameplate to the Dodge Durango for the first time ever. The Dodge brand has seen the Hellcat trim hit new retail sales marks never before reached. The 2021 Dodge Challenger SRT Super Stock is the fastest production car on the market today and the Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye is the quickest sedan any customers can buy. These are the perks that Dodge has built and made for customers to appreciate. The hard work has not gone unnoticed as from the top executives down to the dealerships, Dodge knows the choices they have offered for customers still generate excitement.
“(The third-quarter of 2020) was also the best Hellcat month in like three years, and the best Scat Pack month in the history of the nameplate. The cars are working, and it’s working because customers are gravitating to the spirit of the brand and the attitude of the brand,” said Kuniskis.
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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.
The Dodge Challenger has got to be one of the coolest vehicles out there. The smooth handling, the feel of the engine accelerating, the sheer, ferocious look some of them obtain (here’s looking at you, SRT Hellcat). But two organizations have made it even cooler with their extreme custom interiors.
Though Dodge offers many factory styling options that make for a very, very nice cockpit, one-of-a-kind interiors are always inspiring. Here’s a look at two crazy custom Dodge Challenger interiors we found on the Internet and the factory options available to buyers.
The SRT Hellcat from Hell
The Dodge Journey offers cultivated functionality that’s unrivaled by any other vehicle on the market. It provides the practicality of a minivan without the look and feel of a dedicated soccer practice schlepper.
When it first arrived on the scene, some consumers were unsure about what to make of its unique design. But now drivers have had a chance to visit their favorite used Dodge dealership and experience its smooth ride and outstanding utility.
It is quickly becoming a top choice for buyers who are looking for serious versatility. With an affordable price sticker, an award-winning engine, and great fuel economy ratings, the Journey is a prime package for people in the crossover market.