Thursday, November 22, 2012

2013 Dodge Dart Limited Review

This car won't be featured at any conventions behind portable stanchions ropes, but it may intrigue some. With a sticker starting prive of $25,065, and 27 MPG city, and 39 MPG high way, it isn't the best deal out there I'd imagine.

The Bottom Line: The Dodge Dart I drove may be a bit underpowered, but it has a lot of features that make it attractive, such as keyless entry, a powered driver's seat, blind spot monitor, back-up camera and cross path detection, and a heated steering wheel.

As the first vehicle to be built off Fiat Group architecture, the Dodge Dart has certainly aroused interest. the basis for the Dart is the Alfa Romeo Giuletta. This base platform, however, has been lengthened and widened to make it more American. It is also built in the United States and contains 52 percent American or Canadian parts. Mexico contributes another 21 percent to the product. full review

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