New Dodge Dart
December 7, 2011 by staff
New Dodge Dart, Dodge’s new compact sedan, the 2013 Dodge Dart is making its debut at the first auto show of 2012. As officially confirmed by the US-based automobile brand, after all the teasers that were revealed in bits and pieces, the car will finally make its first public appearance at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show.
As the company’s very important model for the compact sedan segment, the 2013 Dodge Dart aims to stack up against the likes of the Ford Focus, Chevrolet Cruze and Hyundai Elantra. That said, the car does have a lot to offer to its buyers. Starting from the powertrain, the Dart comes with a choice of a variety of engine options that include a turbocharged version of the 1.4-liter four-cylinder Multiair engine that powers the Fiat 500. Other options include a new Tigershark 2.4-liter MultiAir engine and a new Tigershark 2.0-liter engine.
These engines, combined with three transmission choices, according to Dodge, combine to redefine performance by providing the most diverse powertrain lineup in its class. With these combinations, the company promises 15 percent increase in low engine rpm torque, a 7.5 percent improvement in fuel efficiency and a 10 percent reduction in C02 emissions.
While all that sounds quite impressive, Dodge ups the ante with an Alfa Romeo-esque DNA that runs in the beautifully designed and crafted four door sedan. Sharing its designing cues with the award-winning Alfa Romeo Giulietta the car takes an edge with its responsive steering, four-wheel independent suspension, available 18-inch wheels, tailored split-crosshair grille, projector headlamps and fog lamps and accentuated fenders and lots more.
“The all-new Dodge Dart has been engineered with great levels of refinement, craftsmanship and engaging driving dynamics,” said Dodge in a statement. “It delivers exceptional craftsmanship with class-leading technology and style.”
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