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Used Dodge for Sale in Hawthorne


CARWORLD has carved out a leadership role in the local auto market by offering some of the most affordable used cars for sale in Hawthorne. But we actually focus on more than merely saving you money. In fact, our motto is “We discount prices — never quality!”

That means our used Dodges are all top-notch driving machines, and we go out of our way to provide customer service at the same high level. All that and a finance department that puts your needs first help create a compelling shopping experience that will have you coming back to CARWORLD for your next set of wheels, too.


This is where we get down to some of the details that make such a big difference at CARWORLD, highlighted by our dedication to finding credit for almost everyone. We like to say that if we can’t finance you, no one can, and we know that’s a pretty big claim. Yet we also know we can back it up by acting as our own bank to provide in-house financing for our customers — even if you have:

  • Bad credit
  • No credit
  • Past bankruptcies
  • Prior repossession
  • Cash or SSI income
  • A job driving for Lyft or Uber

And as long as we’re talking about Uber, this is a good place to point out that — once you’re pre-approved, which takes just minutes with our online credit application — we’ll pay for your Uber ride of up to 50 miles to get to our dealership.

Naturally, CARWORLD has a trusted network of outside lenders as well.

A further competitive advantage from the CARWORLD team comes in the form of our used-car purchase program. The bottom line: We’ll buy your car from you even if you don’t buy from us, plus we promise to pay you at least $1,000 for even the clunkiest clunker (please see us for restrictions).

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Used Dodges definitely have a well-deserved reputation for dynamic performance, but don’t be fooled into thinking that’s all they offer. Like most of the modern used cars for sale in Hawthorne, used Dodges can showcase the kind of premium benefits that used to be limited to luxury models. The Dodge brand’s sophisticated safety and infotainment technologies are especially impressive, and you can find first-class amenities for upscale comfort in many used Dodge muscle cars and SUVs alike. Of course, the best way to experience these fantastic features is to come in and check them out for yourself! (Please note that exact equipment can vary by model and model year.)

  • High-performance Dodge models are often carefully equipped with go-fast goodies right at the factory, but many components come from the biggest names in the aftermarket. That means used Dodges can dominate from track to town with features such as Brembo brakes, Bilstein suspensions, Mopar cold-air intakes, and SRT-tuned HEMI V8 engines generating more than 800hp.
  • The long list of advanced driver-assistance systems available in used Dodges includes adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency, braking, blind-spot monitoring, forward-collision warning, lane-keeping assistance, and rain-sensing windshield wipers, and more.
  • Award-winning Uconnect infotainment systems can transform used Dodge SUVs and cars into mobile command posts with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, WiFi compatibility, full-color navigation, voice recognition, and large touchscreens.
  • Select used Dodges also add Performance Pages to their infotainment resources so you can keep track of lap times and other performance data as well as access functions like launch control and line lock.
  • Dodge designers ensure these rides are dressed to thrill with aggressive widebody kits, custom-look graphics and striping packages, premium paint finishes, functional hood scoops, rear spoilers, and head-turning alloy wheels.
  • For next-level luxury, Dodge often outfits its used cars and trucks with Nappa leather heated/ventilated seats, LED lighting, power sunroofs, power heated leather steering wheels, keyless access, genuine carbon-fiber trim, and Alpine and Harman Kardon audio systems.


Dodge doesn’t have the largest selection of different used cars for sale in Hawthorne, but with each individual model offering a wide variety of trim levels, special editions, and appearance packages, it’s easy to find one that will keep you — and your bank account — in a good mood. Also, since CARWORLD now has clean and conveniently located stores in both Hawthorne and Montclair, you’re that much more likely to discover the used Dodge you want when you shop with us.

  • The Dodge Challenger is a mighty muscle car that’s ready to flex on the competition with incredible strength and surprising practicality. After all, the Challenger family boasts not only street-legal dragstrip-focused versions, capable of scorching the quarter-mile in just 10.5 seconds, but also models with all-wheel drive for all-weather excitement, powerful V6 engines for more efficient muscle, and practical-sized trunks and back seats for family fun.
  • When you need a four-door muscle car, the Dodge Charger is at your service with some trims able to reach a terminal velocity of 203 mph and all Chargers serving up full-size dimensions with even more cabin space.
  • The Dodge Durango is basically the muscle car of SUVs, right down to its available 392-cubic-inch HEMI V8 that lets you race to 60mph in a mere 3.5 seconds. Yet you can still enjoy true SUV versatility with two- and three-row cabins, trail-friendly four-wheel drive, and a maximum tow rating of 8,700 lbs.
  • Additionally, older used Dodges — such as the Dodge Journey SUV, Dodge Grand Caravan minivan, Dodge Avenger compact sedan, and Dodge RAM truck — can be smart value plays for some customers.


Horace and John Dodge were the dynamic duo of the early Detroit auto scene, first launching their Dodge Brothers Company in 1900 to build precision parts for other automakers. Building on that success, the brothers started making their own cars in 1914 under the banner of the Dodge Brothers Motor Company. The first vehicle to wear the Dodge badge was simply called the Model 30, and it was one of the first non-Fords to be mass-produced on a modern assembly line.

The Dodge company was definitely on a roll by 1920, but that’s when tragedy struck: Both Dodge brothers died that year, under different circumstances, with the Chrysler Corporation buying up the operations in 1928. Chrysler repositioned the Dodge brand as a highly successful high-volume mass-market division that also did well in the classic muscle-car era. The turning point toward today’s Dodge came in 1991, when the wild Dodge Viper supercar made its debut. Since that time, the Dodge brand has streamlined its roster and devoted itself to making athletic cars and SUVs that enthusiasts love!

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