The car has been a good car so far. The Oil Change light came on the 2nd week I had it so I felt a bit short change that I had to have maintance on it so soon. The sticker in my window showed I had 3,000 miles to go. It has some dings I did not see when I bought it no big deal. It is good on gas, and the tank is huge!
This car has pretty decent gas mileage (about 23 - 25 MPG), which is only a little less I was getting with my previous vehicle (2004 Dodge Neon, 212,000 miles). Difference is that when I step on the gas something actually happens. The better pickup took a little getting used to, but is great in Interstate traffic when you need it.
The Dodge Avenger made a big splash when it jumped into the large pool of mid-sized American sedans more than 20 years ago. Its classic styling, high-tech features, and affordable price made the Avenger an outstanding contender in the front-wheel-drive market. Right until its last model year (2014), sophisticated facelifts and revisions made sure the Avenger has held onto its position as a popular choice from Dodge for daily drivers and performance enthusiasts alike.
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Published on Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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