2015 Dodge DartTaylor Limb - Saint Robert, MO12/08/2015
2 tires have shredded on the side walls, not covered under warranty. Alpine rear speaker blew when put in reverse. Comes very close to stalling out when putting in reverse (automatic trans). Fuel economy isn't what I thought it would be. Paint is peeling in 2 places, missed paint on hood during manufacturing 3inx3in.
What this car lacks under the hood, it more than makes up in mpg, comfort, handling, and overall appearance inside and out. However, if your looking for a car that's going to be re sellable in a few years or so and want to have a decent return, this isn't for you. Value depreciated, quicker than any car I've ever owned
Quick and Surefooted
2013 Dodge DartEdward Barr - Mason, TN04/10/2016
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.
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