2014 Dodge AvengerLaura Clark - San Tan Valley, AZ01/21/2017
It drives so smoothly and it is so quiet as well, you can actually hold conversations inside the vehilce when driving it. No cabin noise at all. Its small enough to still be a compact car and yet fits 5 adults comfortably! There is a lot of storage space in the trunk and headroom and legroom as well.
* 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
wonderful car for the price but love it all the same
2009 Dodge AvengerSable - Colorado Springs, CO04/18/2015
This car is one of the best cars I have ever had. The gas mileage is great on this car. Mine is only four cylinders but she has the pep of a big girl. There is a can cooling compartment for sodas and the cup holder is also cooling and heating. The passenger seat folds down to like a little table top for road trips or whatever the purpose is. The trunk space is terribly small like ridiculously small its hard to fit a whole bunch of stuff in it but it works. The car has the latch system for the kiddos both in the seat and above it. Overall I realllly like this car.
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.
Two sedans, both from Dodge, have the potential to take the streets by storm as sharp-looking, high performing, four-door sedans. Although the swaggering Dodge Charger is an obvious choice for the performance-minded driver, the Dodge Avenger also has the potential to be a solid contender. Even though Dodge originally never intended for these sedans to compete, advancements in vehicle design have placed the Charger and Avenger on the same field of play. And they certainly can play.
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