Used Dodge for Sale in El Cajon, CA


At Legacy Cars, we believe in listening to the needs of our customers so we can make the purchase process as smooth and transparent as possible. For example, you’ve told us you want competitive pricing, a knowledgeable staff, and superior customer service, so we provide all that and more. The result is a low-stress shopping experience where you can find some of the highest-quality used cars for sale in El Cajon. Of course, we’re also proud to serve customers throughout the Greater San Diego area, including the communities of La Mesa and Santee.

And remember, while we strive to sell the most reliable used vehicles in El Cajon, our expert technicians mean we’re also your one-stop shop for excellent service and repairs.


Dodge brand cars and SUVs are muscular machines that are made for enthusiasts, but you don’t have to pay a high price for high performance when you shop at Legacy Cars. Right as a starting point, most pre-owned Dodge vehicles are going to be less expensive than brand-new versions with the exact same equipment. In fact, used Dodges can deliver discounts in the four- and five-figure range compared to new models even when the older rides are in great shape. That’s the impact of depreciation for you.

Of course, as long as we’re talking about vehicle condition, Legacy Cars wants to let you know that we have some of the best-cared-for used cars for sale in El Cajon. We actually make sure of that ourselves by inspecting each pre-owned vehicle we sell and making sure they’re checked for both safety and compliance with California’s strict clean-air guidelines.

Another thing to keep in mind is that we’re here to finance your future, not your past. So we’re able to leverage our impressive network of lenders to get financing even if you have no credit, bad credit, or a past bankruptcy on your record.

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Pre-owned Dodges can be among the most powerful used cars for sale in El Cajon, yet their go-fast goodies are just part of the picture. The brand can also boast a rewarding range of driver-assistance technologies, infotainment resources, and luxury cues so you can live your best life at full speed. (Please note that exact equipment can vary by model and model year.)

  • Dodge works with partners like Brembo and Bilstein, as well as with in-house experts from SRT and Mopar, to equip its used cars with track-friendly braking kits, race-ready suspensions, and incredible engines that include a supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI V8 that serves up an amazing 807 hp right from the factory.
  • Stay safer behind the wheel with smart Dodge features such as adaptive cruise control, automatic braking, blind-spot monitoring, forward-collision warning, lane-keeping assistance, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and more.
  • Award-winning Uconnect technology helps you keep your world close at hand with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, WiFi compatibility, full-color navigation, voice recognition, and large touchscreens.
  • Some used Dodge cars and SUVs add Performance Pages to their Uconnect setups to command high-performance functions like launch control and line lock plus monitor track-style vehicle telemetry.
  • Head-turning graphics, striping packages, and body kits can bring extra aggressive styling to many members of the Dodge family.
  • Dodge’s modern-day muscle cars — and SUVs — can be as comfortable as they are fun to drive with Nappa leather heated/ventilated seats, LED lighting, power sunroofs, power heated leather steering wheels, high-fidelity Alpine and Harman Kardon audio systems, and other high-end touches.


Dodge does things a bit differently than typical auto brands: Instead of a full lineup of all different kinds of vehicles, it showcases a limited number of models that are available in a wide array of trim levels and special editions. The result is that Dodge has something for almost everyone — as long as they’re looking for one of the most fun-to-drive used cars in El Cajon. As for Legacy Cars, we strive to keep top Dodge models in stock and can also help track down tough-to-find models if that’s what it takes to meet your needs.

  • Muscle-car mavens love the Dodge Challenger for its ferocious performance and surprising practicality, since it offers class-leading back-seat and trunk space, plus available all-wheel drive, to go with spectacular speed: Some models can make it from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.25 seconds!
  • The Dodge Charger brings its own muscle to the full-size sedan segment with a terminal velocity of 203 mph in some editions. A family-friendly alternative to the Challenger, the four-door Charger is available with all-wheel drive as well.
  • SUV fans will find much to like with the Dodge Durango, which can also get the full SRT treatment with a HEMI V8, a top tow rating of 8,700 lbs., a 0-60 time of 3.5 seconds, and a maximum speed of 180 mph. This is a three-row thrill machine you won’t forget.
  • Older models like the Dodge Journey SUV, Dodge Grand Caravan minivan, and Dodge RAM truck can also deliver significant value for used-car shoppers.


The Dodge story begins in Detroit in the early 1900s, when Horace Elgin and John Francis Dodge founded a company to supply parts to the Motor City’s quickly growing auto industry. By 1913, however, the Dodges were ready to get into the automaking game themselves and started the aptly named Dodge Brothers Motor Company. Things got off to a fairly strong start, too. The Dodge company adopted Ford’s assembly-line approach to manufacturing but brought that technique to the burgeoning luxury-car segments. Yet in 1920, just when Dodge seemed poised for success, both of the brothers died. John passed away from complications caused by the Spanish flu at the beginning of the year, and Horace followed in December from liver problems: The story goes that Horace drank himself to death grieving for John.

Be that as it may, the Dodge business carried on without the brothers until 1928 and was then purchased by the Chrysler Corporation. It proved to be a wise decision, as the Dodge brand grew quickly under its new ownership and was selling millions of vehicles each year — including Dodge RAM trucks — right up into the 1980s. Nowadays, the Dodge brand keeps the brothers’ dynamic spirit alive with daring cars and SUVs for a new generation of performance enthusiasts.








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