Home / Auto News / News article: Dodge Dart Aero to Achieve "at least" 41 MPG - AutoGuide.com News
 |  Apr 29 2012, 11:01 AM

When the Dodge Dart hits dealers later this year it will be the first Fiat-based Chrysler product to go on sale in America and will also offer competitive fuel economy.

While not quite segment leading, the new numbers are near the top of the pack, with the entry-level 160 hp 2.0-liter Tigershark 4-cylinder rated at 25 mpg city and 36 mpg highway with the six-speed manual, and 29 mpg combined.

Available after launch will be a 1.4-liter MultiAir Turbocharged 4-cylinder (shared with the Fiat 500 Abarth) also making 160 hp mated to a dual-clutch transmission making 27 mpg city and 39 mpg highway, though it will still get a 29 mpg combined rating. Dodge also plans to launch a fuel economy package “aero” version of the Dart with “at least” 41 mpg highway, which will arrive in the the Fall.

In addition, Dodge will offer a 184 hp 2.4-liter 4-cylinder model, though no fuel economy numbers have been announced for that package yet.

The 2013 Dodge Dart will go on sale in June starting from $15,995.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=2362237 Dennis Cox Jr.

    Not bad.  2 years behind the Chevy Cruze to achieve the same numbers.  When the 2013 Cruze comes out it should have fuel specs that beat the Dart hands down.  The 41 MPG rating of the Cruze Eco manual is also way under rated.  75 mph with cruze using cruise control netting 46 mpg.  The EPA specs are based on 65 mph speed limits where the Cruze Eco will get over 50 mpg.

  • Robertmorrey

    Stop hating on the new dodge product that will smoke that chevy.