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- Fuel Economy:
28 MPG city / 41 MPG hwy
Gas I4, 2.0L/122
160 hp @ 6400 rpm
2013 Dodge Dart 4dr Sdn Aero *Ltd Avail* User Reviews
Economical Mileage MiserBy John Sweda (I am an Owner), Apr. 08, 2013Bought a Dart SE Aero with a 1.4L MultiAir Turbo, manual transmission, getting 38 mpg in mixed city/highway driving. The exterior styling is clean, the ride is smooth, and there is lots of room insid... more
Best Car I could have dreamed ofBy Rosemary Janicki (I am an Owner), Feb. 04, 2013I received my 2013 Dart nearly 5 months ago. It is the best car that I could have chosen. I am glad that I special ordered it because if I had seen the car on a lot I probably wouldn't have chosen it... more
Awesome Car To Dart Around InBy Ed Barr (I am an Owner), Feb. 05, 2013I purchased my Dart Limited about a month ago. Since then I have racked up a few thousand miles and I am not disappointed with my purchase. This technologically advanced compact has feature no other c... more
Great Car Dart hits the target for meBy ROBERT YEZEK (I am an Owner), Sep. 03, 2013Owned the Dart limited for 3 monthes now, it is the Limited version fully loaded,1.4 liter turbo, DDCT, transmission..I test drove every car in this class, brought the Gart because I just plain liked ... more
spaciousBy JOEL (I am an Enthusiast), May. 23, 2013THE NEW DODGE DART IS A NICE NEW ADDITION TO MOPAR'S LINEUP. THE EXTIERIOR IS EXCELLENT AND THE INTERIOR IS ALSO GOOD. BUT WHEN YOU GET INTO DODGE DART AND YOU WANT TO POP THE TRUNK. THE BUTTON IS BY ... more
2013 Dodge Dart OverviewTo find inspiration for their newest compact car, Dodge decided to go to Europe. They borrowed the basic platform and architecture for the new Dodge Dart from Alfa Romeo. The platform has been stretched for a little bit more room and given an American assortment of engines and transmissions, yet provides more sophisticated driving dynamics than Americans may be used to in the compact car segment.
The Dodge Dart is available in five different models. Three engines and three transmissions are available and six different rim styles are sold on the car. Dodge is clearly looking to give customers a wide range of choices. The five basic models are SE, SXT, Rallye, Limited and R/T.
The Dart SE is the most basic Dart model and also the cheapest. It features a 2.0L 160-horsepower engine and a 6-speed manual transmission, though a 6-speed automatic is an option. Projector headlamps and LED tail lamps are standard as is an AM/FM/CDMP3 player.
The SXT adds amenities such as power door locks and mirrors, keyless entry, a 6-speaker stereo, 17-inch wheels and air conditioning.
The Rallye comes similarly equipped to the SXT, but adds a much more aggressive looking front end, with a blacked out grill and fog lamps. In back a dual exhaust system protrudes from a more aggressive rear bumper. Inside, the Rallye gets a leather wrapped steering wheel with audio controls and a trip computer. Optional black wheels are available to further enhance the car's 'bad-boy' look.
The Limited builds on the SXT by adding an 8.4-inch touchscreen in the center console, a 7-inch reconfigurable instrument cluster, automatic headlamps, a 10-way power adjustable driver's seat, a rear back up camera and fog lamps. Options on the Limited include leather seating surfaces, a navigation system, a heated steering wheel and polished aluminum wheels.
A pair of FIAT-sourced engines power the Dart--a 2.0L 4-cylinder engine makes 160 horsepower and 148 lb-feet of torque. An optional turbocharged 1.4L engine is available on SXT, Rallye and Limited Darts. Though the 1.4L engine makes the same horsepower as the standard 2.0L, it manages better fuel economy and 184 lb-feet of torque. Highway mileage is improved by 3 mpg while city driving is improved by 2 mpg.
Safety features on the Dart are numerous. Anti-lock brakes, traction control and stability control are aided by more interesting features like Electronic Roll Mitigation and Hill-start Assist. A rear back up camera and parking assist are also standard across the Dart range. 10 airbags are standard, more than any other car in its class. Optional safety features include blind-spot monitoring and Rear Cross-Path Detection.
2013 Dodge Dart Model Changes
Dodge has brought the Dart name back for its brand new compact car. Stylish sporty and safe, the Dart promises to inject a dose of excitement into the normally bland compact car class. Dodge has taken design inspiration from both Fiat and sister company Alfa Romeo when designing the Dart and the result is a truly competitive compact car for Chrysler.
2013 Dodge Dart Value
The 2013 Dodge Dart is a compact car competing with the likes of the Ford Focus, Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra and Honda Civic. Dart models start at just under $16,000 and top out at about $22,500 for the high performance R/T. Buyers get world class styling and lots of customization options. There are three different engines and three different transmissions available. Styling is customizable too, with Dodge offering a "Rallye" version that significantly changes the look of the vehicle, while still keeping the price of the car well below $20,000.
2013 Dodge Dart Strengths
Sporty; efficient; powerful and economical
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