For the first all-new model to emerge from the Fiat-Chrysler alliance, Dodge resurrected an old nameplate and put it on a car with an Italian heritage. The Dart was the first decent small car from Dodge in decades. It's appealing in many ways, but frustrating in others and can't measure up to the best in class. For a car that needed to be an all-star, the Dart is a position player at best.
Still, the Dart gets a lot of things right. It has a solid, substantial feel and a relatively quiet cabin, even at highway speeds. It handles well, whether cruising on a two-lane backcountry road or being pushed to its limits at our track. The steering is well weighted and there's minimal body lean in turns. Surprisingly, for a small sedan, features such as a blind spot warning system, automatic high/low beams, and a heated steering wheel were offered.
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