Dodge Dart Overview
Dodge's compact Dart sedan still falls short despite some updates. Strong points include taut, agile handling and a composed ride. In addition, the front cabin is quite spacious and the optional Uconnect touch screen is one of the better infotainment systems available. Updates include improvements to the interior and seats, but the rear remains cramped. The primary powertrain is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder and smooth six-speed automatic. Though it lacks refinement, this engine is a better choice than the sluggish base 2.0-liter or the thrashy 1.4-liter turbo. Reliability of the 2.0-liter has been average and the 1.4-liter is below average; the 2.4-liter is unknown.
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