The Dodge Avenger was freshened in 2011 with an exterior facelift, a new interior, revised suspension, and a new V6. But none of this was enough to make this aging design competitive. The Avenger still ranked at the bottom of family sedans in our Ratings.
Fuel economy is unimpressive with either the 3.6-liter V6 or the carryover four-cylinder engine, the seats are uncomfortable, and handling and braking are just middling. The Avenger shares a platform and drivetrain with the slightly higher-end Chrysler 200.
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