2013 Dodge Dart Video – First Look: 2012 Detroit Auto Show

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2013 Dodge Dart Video – First Look: 2012 Detroit Auto Show
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The compact car category continues to grow and is increasingly becoming the most important and highest volume segment in America. For years Chrysler hasn’t had a competitive offering, something it is looking to change with the all-new Dodge Dart.

Sharing its underpinnings with an Alfa Romeo it’s the direct result of the tie-up between Chrysler and Fiat, with all the benefits that can have.Included in the list of rather European specs listed for the Dart are a fully-independent rear suspension and an optional turbocharged 1.4-liter 4-cylinder mated to a dual-clutch transmission.

Unveiled this week at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, see AutoGuide’s first look video of the 2013 Dodge Dart below.

GALLERY: 2013 Dodge Dart

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  • Ray

    This is far better than the Dodge Neon and Dodge Caliber hopefully it will give Dodge the boost it needs. But it’s not as impressive as the Chevy Cruze. I’ll be waiting for a Dodge Dart review and comparison to see how great the Dart really is.

  • Bob

    this is one of the nicest new small cars that I have seen…and its about time that chrysler delivered a small car to excite the youth market and secure future brand loyalists…way to go guys!

  • Tom

    I was excited to see that Dodge was bringing the Dart back! Unfortunately, it is not a real Dart. Even the New Charger looks very sad. It’s very sad to see a company go continuously downhill.

  • Les

    Looks like a FIAT Neon !

    How about something that looks new and distinctive ??

  • Colum Wood

    You couldn’t be more right.

  • sdfsdf

    Too bad I can not get this is Europe. They only sell the Alfa Romeo version. The Dart looks good, and hell og a lot better then the regular Alfa Romeo.

  • Betsy Dawkins

    Sharing its underpinnings with an Alfa Romeo it’s the direct result of the tie-up between Chrysler and Fiat,

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