2013 Dodge Dart Continues to Wow Drivers

It feels like the build up to the release of the new 2013 Dodge Dart has been at the top of the list of priorities for the Chrysler Corporation. After struggling for the past few years to emerge from bankruptcy and prove itself to be a self-sustaining car maker, Dodge (and Chrysler) need the new Dart to be a big hit. And now that the Dart has finally hit the streets, it looks like it is doing just what it needs to do. All of the reviews and opinions so far have been very positive as people start to get their own on the roads.

The general consensus is that the Dart has a much higher quality feel than the standard compact car. Both the interior and exterior designs have been well put together and have a sleek and modern appearance that is not commonly found on small cars in the Dart’s class. Easily averaging in MPGs in the upper 30s, this little four-door is a great option for people who want a useable, but still fun car.

While all engine and transmission combinations have been getting great feedback from the car communities, the 1.4 liter, turbocharged, four-cylinder has been getting rave reviews when paired to the six-speed manual transmission. Nearly all who have driven this setup say that acceleration and responsiveness are excellent and the car feels more than happy to get up to speed when you tell it to.

With options and technology similar to many luxury cars, this compact sedan would be a great option for anyone who is looking for a new ride! Be sure to stop by our website or check out a Dart in person at Cumberland Chrysler Center here in Cookeville, TN.

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