I am used to driving a VW Beetle for the past 13 years and had to buy something in a hurry when it suddenly died on me on the highway, so I thought this car would take a lot of getting used to, but it rides so smooth and isn't really as large as I first thought it would feel...I tend to pull too close to curbs, so I love how the front end sits JUST high enough to miss them and not scrape...AC/Heat work great and the defogger is amazing...drives well on ice and snow, too...highway gas mileage has been amazing, I can go 400 miles on 1 tank of gas, which is nice...lots of trunk storage, however if it is raining or has been raining, water runs into the trunk upon opening it...not sure if mine is defective or this is standard
* Extremely reliable
* Starts well in cold weather
* For size/class, good gas mileage @ 22 City, 28 Highway
* Very comfortable, quiet ride
* Dash controls are easy to reach, use
* Trunk space is generous
* Exterior styling is crisp, sporty, eye-catching
I went from a 1993 Honda accord to m 2013 Avenger. I love my avenger. Great gas mileage and plenty of room for my family of 4. Handles well in inclement weather. Standing at only 5 ft tall I have to he kind of picky about a vehicle, some are really hard for me to see out of or have a lot of blind spots for me. My avenger has a few blind spots but over all it fits me well.
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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