USED DODGE FOR SALE IN HOLLYWOOD, FL


THE SMART SHOPPER’S GUIDE TO BUYING USED DODGES IN HOLLYWOOD, FL

Let’s get one thing out of the way right from the start: At AutoMax, we don’t lie to our customers. Period. In fact, if one of our sales consultants — or any of our employees — tells a lie to a customer, that person is fired on the spot. So when it comes to the used cars for sale in Hollywood, FL, you know you can trust us to get a great deal on a high-quality Dodge. Known for their performance, Dodge muscle cars and SUVs provide an incredible driving experience that we’re happy to help you enjoy with easy financing, exceptional customer service, and your choice of in-person or online shopping.


WHY BUY A USED DODGE FROM AUTOMAX?

As a starting point, most of the used cars for sale in Hollywood, FL, offer impressive savings compared to their brand-new counterparts. You can chalk most of that up to depreciation, which can easily reduce a car’s value by 20% in its first year on the road and by 60% or more after five years. And remember, depreciation affects used cars even when they’re in great condition, so you can save thousands of dollars and still drive a Dodge that’s practically like new. It’s also worth pointing out that pre-owned cars cost less to insure. This can be especially important with a performance brand like Dodge since policy rates can run a bit higher for its products than for slower and more boring basic transportation. So the amount you save on insurance with a pre-owned Dodge could be just enough to offset that premium. Additionally, AutoMax goes above and beyond those financial advantages by only supplying used cars and SUVs that have been carefully inspected by our ASE-certified mechanics to ensure they meet both our high standards and yours. Refer a friend or family member to our dealership and receive a $250 referral bonus. (Please see us for details.)


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FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS WITH PRE-OWNED DODGES FOR SALE IN HOLLYWOOD, FL

Sure, the Dodge brand is all about muscle, but that doesn’t mean its cars and SUVs lack sophisticated safety technologies, luxurious creature comforts, and high-end infotainment resources. These revved-up rides can offer all that and more, just like many of the much more expensive used cars for sale in Hollywood, FL. (Please note that exact equipment can vary by model and model year.)

  • Dynamic Dodge vehicles can showcase automatic braking, blind-spot monitors, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, rain-sensing wipers, and many other smart technologies for driver assistance.
  • Dodge’s TFT instrument clusters and large touchscreens help you keep your eyes on key vehicle information and manage many important vehicle functions, too (with assistance from voice recognition).
  • You can find exclusive Performance Pages technology in many used Dodges to show track-style vehicle data and access hi-po features like launch control and line lock.
  • Enjoy full-speed connectivity with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, WiFi compatibility, Bluetooth, and wireless charging.
  • Take the fast lane to luxury with first-class amenities such as Nappa leather heated/ventilated seats, LED lighting, power sunroofs, power heated leather steering wheels, and high-fidelity Alpine audio systems.
  • Dodge’s Street & Racing Technology (SRT) partners can supply a wide range of go-fast goodies that serious enthusiasts will love.
  • When you really want to show off, used Dodge vehicles can display bold stripes and graphics for standout style.

POPULAR USED DODGES FOR SALE IN HOLLYWOOD, FL

AutoMax strives to fill our inventory with the most popular used cars for sale in Hollywood, FL, and that includes as many of Dodge’s in-demand special editions as possible. Also, keep in mind that Dodge’s devotion to performance is on full display in vehicles that can meet a surprisingly wide range of budgets and lifestyles — including a number of family-friendly choices. In addition, we’re ready to help you find specific Dodge models that we may not have on our lot on a particular day. Some of our favorites are:

  • The Dodge Challenger is among the most satisfying of the modern-day muscle cars, and it’s also the one that brought available all-wheel drive to the segment. Different editions go from the merely breathtaking to the flat-out fantastic, with the SRT Super Stock trim flaunting an 807-hp HEMI V8 and the ability to outrun many so-called supercars by getting to 60 mph in 3.25 seconds. In addition, a practical-sized back seat makes it easier to take friends and family for a ride.
  • Enjoy a full-on four-door muscle car in the Dodge Charger that can rocket to a top speed of 203 mph in its Hellcat Redeye trim. That super sedan takes to the road — or the track — with a high-powered HEMI V8 generating 797 hp.
  • The muscle car of SUVs, the Dodge Durango can offer up to three rows of thrilling performance, plus kid-friendly touches like a rear DVD/Blu-ray/HDMI rear media system, along with a 717-hp HEMI. Go from 0-60 in 3.5 seconds, reach a top speed of 180 mph, or tow up to 8,700 lbs. depending on your Durango setup.
  • Although not being built new currently, the Dodge Journey is a high-value SUV that can meet customer needs by offering five- or seven-seat layouts for extra versatility.
  • The Dodge Grand Caravan is also out of production, but as one of the most popular minivans in America over the years, it's a great choice if you need a well-rounded people mover.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF DODGE

The Dodge brothers — Horace Elgin and John Francis — opened their original machine shop in Detroit in 1900 and soon became major suppliers for automakers like the Ford Motor Company. The Dodges actually owned some 10% of Ford stock, which was taken as payment for one of their deliveries. That said, the brothers thought they would be better off making their own vehicles. The result was the Dodge Brothers Motor Company that was founded in 1913 and started producing cars to much acclaim in 1914. But the company’s impressive early success came to a sudden stop in 1920. First, John Dodge died of pneumonia in January, and then Horace passed away from liver problems in December.

The Chrysler Corporation bought the Dodge business in 1928 following years of upheaval, and the brand’s results have risen and fallen as the industry — and Dodge’s ownership — has changed over the years. In the past few decades, Chrysler has merged with Daimler-Benz, been purchased by Fiat, and most recently became part of Stellantis with Peugeot, Citroen, and other global brands. Yet one look at the Dodge lineup shows the brothers’ spirit lives on today!

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