This little car is quick, surefooted, and full of features. The 1.4 Liter Turbo-Charged engine comes straight out of the Fiat Abarth but built in the US. Driving is fun again especially while using the auto-stick function allowing you to shift on demand. Inside you'll find the leather seats, soft-touch surfaces and ambient lighting adds a touch of class not found in this segment. The dash is all electronic and re-configurable. Then there is the 8.4 inch touchscreen with navigation, Bluetooth, and all the controls at your fingertips. Getting an average 34 mpg seals the deal and makes the Dart right on target.
Great car. I was most amazed by the technology and interior style. Dodge really got it right this time. Multiple ports, hidden to keep the sleek cockpit look cord free while driving. Spectacular navigation quality and ease of use. Handsfree phone and bluetooth synchronized great. Drives really nice, hugs the road, and you can hardly tell it's a 4 cylinder. My kids called it "speedy". I gave it 4 stars for two main reasons, it's low safety rating, (I felt a rear end bump would have done me in) and the shocks/strut system was inferior to nearly every other vehicle I've owned. If you enjoy feeling every bump on the road then this car is for you. All in all though it was still a sleek looking car and had great features for the price.
Smooth and sporty car, best in its class in my opinion. Great gas mileage especially when u put an short ram intake in. Not to big of a difference I get about 3-4miles miles more to the gallon but I recommend getting rid of the stock. I actually ran a 2 test on my stock Vs short ram. I just used my Trip A and rest it when I change and filled up my intakes. And I notice the short ram was getting me better gas mileage, so I highly recommend this vehicle.