The car is decent sized if you are single and have no kids. However, it is not a grocery-getter, as it has very little room in the hatchback. It is a very noisy car, like they forgot to insulate it from road noise. The tires are cheap. It didn't come with daytime running lights or an alarm. The fuel tank is very small, and while It gets decent gas mileage, you have to refill the tank more often than I would like. It is simply functional to get you from point A to point N. Beyond daily driving, I don't recommend this car. I'm just disappointed. I won't buy another one.
2008 Dodge CaliberNiecy Brown - Memphis, TN11/02/2016
My granny actually bought this car in 2012, kept it parked then passed it down to me! I love this car honestly!!! It's girly for me, I have no children so it's quite roomy, AC&Heat is great, and saves gas!!! $25 or $30 once a week maybe two. Only problem is it was passed down with low profile tires, and a messed up alignment! Things that my grandparents did, other than that great car!
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