2011 Dodge Caliber
43,148 Miles
$10,578

Englewood, CO
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2010 Dodge Caliber
79,468 Miles
$6,888

Elma, NY
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2008 Dodge Caliber
93,832 Miles
$6,994

Abilene, TX
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2011 Dodge Caliber
77,226 Miles
$6,825

Roseburg, OR
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2008 Dodge Caliber
136,064 Miles
$4,391

Centennial, CO
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2011 Dodge Caliber
98,099 Miles
$7,817

Vandalia, OH
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2007 Dodge Caliber
103,266 Miles
$6,800

Great Falls, MT
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2008 Dodge Caliber
91,223 Miles
$6,995

Pasco, WA
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2011 Dodge Caliber
97,216 Miles
$7,980

Columbia, MO
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2010 Dodge Caliber
63,209 Miles
$8,950

Taylor, TX
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2010 Dodge Caliber
104,633 Miles
$8,990

Tacoma, WA
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2008 Dodge Caliber
88,497 Miles
$7,400

Norman, OK
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2007 Dodge Caliber
125,924 Miles
$6,949

Tacoma, WA
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2007 Dodge Caliber
90,150 Miles
$6,999

Texarkana, TX
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2011 Dodge Caliber
67,089 Miles
$8,948

Naples, FL
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2010 Dodge Caliber
100,608 Miles
$12,999

Austin, TX
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2010 Dodge Caliber
98,633 Miles
$7,793

Everett, WA
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2010 Dodge Caliber
113,604 Miles
$12,999

Austin, TX
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2009 Dodge Caliber
78,649 Miles
$12,999

Austin, TX
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2007 Dodge Caliber
175,337 Miles
$4,852

Everett, WA
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Dodge Caliber Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.7
Value
3.7
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.9
Fuel Economy
3.7
Maintenance
3.7

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Dodge Caliber Owner Ratings & Reviews

2007 Dodge Caliber - Dodge Caliber, Not Of The Highest Caliber

Blacksburg, Virginia
Overall
2.0
Value
3.0
Performance
1.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
2.0
The Dodge Caliber is a sporty hatchback with off-the-wall features that attract the young crowd. Things like in-dash refrigerators and drop-down tailgating speakers draw this population to the car. After owning the car for a short time though, these poor individuals will realize these are just gimmicks to sell a piece of junk. Quality control? What is that?
Story
This past winter I took the car out to a snowy parking lot. Me and some buddies put some old kitchen trays under the back tires (FWD) and slid it around the parking lot for hours with someone in a tube that was tied to the trailer hitch.
Pros
For the positives, as previously stated the car does boast a sporty exterior. The car looks like an aggressive hatchback that can take the Golf and Mini any day. The small touches inside the car that make the Caliber special are nice too. The in-dash refrigerator holds 4 sports drink bottles. The center console has an outlet that you can plug actual pronged plugs into and charges faster than your typical cigarette outlet. The cupholders have lit rings inside of them making for easy holstering of drinks while driving at night. The car has all these small things that you appreciate every day.
Cons
The cons, well they come in small and big forms. The in-dash refrigerator only keeps drinks moderately chilled if they started out as cold, don't think its cooling drinks down on a hot day. The car also seems to suffer from a lack of quality parts as small bits of plastic will break leaving you with a broken sun visor or the paint chipping from the gear selector. Then there are the real issues. The car is notorious for having a frame that rusts to the point that it won't pass inspection and must be replaced. For this, Dodge offered an extra year warranty. Thanks bud. Also, the engine mount... (more)

2007 Dodge Caliber - Reliable, safe, well built

Thousand Oaks, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I bought the vehicle because of its look; I like the hatchback design. I enjoy the outdoors and road tripping, and this vehicle has been perfect. It is rugged and the engine has adequate power for any trouble I find. I was surprised that I average 36 miles to the gallon. I have put 120,000 miles on the vehicle and plan to drive it to the ground. For an intermediate sized car, it does very well transporting four adult males with plenty of room for activities. When it comes to maintenance, the parts that I have replaced such as brakes and a few engine pulleys have been inexpensive. And that is even if I take it to the dealership. Another aspect I love about my car is that someone as mechanically repressed as I am, I have found it to be a very easy car to work on.
Story
I recently put 2500 miles on the car doing a camping road trip along the entirety of the West Coast. Starting 50 miles north of the US/Mexico Boarder in California, I ended my trip at the Canadian boarder in Washington state. 3 weeks of absolute wonderful scenery and weather. And my car fit in everywhere just fine. He (my car) wears his bumper stickers (tattoos) just fine!
Pros
Lots of cargo space and the ability to pretty much drive it anywhere I please. Except for up a mountain side perhaps. It makes camping great. Fits my fishing rods. Has great fuel economy, especially on the highway. Maintenance has been easy on the pocket book. I love the way it looks. I can honestly say that this car has been worth every penny put into it. Also, the stereo sound system is superb; especially important for road trips and tailgate parties.
Cons
Outside of not having a sunroof, I do wish that it was a 6 cylinder vehicle. Sometimes just a little more power might make me less nervous of going over the Rockies. Another small con is that as technology advances in new cars, I find myself sometimes wishing it had more as far as entertainment. But that is an easy fix with a radio upgrade. Another con now is that because it is older, I know have to get the vehicle smog tested per state law before I can register it for another year.

2009 Dodge Caliber - Fun and Utility in one

Bryan, Ohio
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
My first experience with the Dodge Caliber was a rental while hiking in Alaska, and it convinced me to buy one for my wife. Immediately upon sitting in the vehicle she fell in love, and we purchased a decent one with relatively low miles. She's about 5'6" and loves the feel of the driver's seat. The stereo and climate controls are easily within reach even for her short arms. I on the other hand, and 6'5" and though it is a nice vehicle, my legs are a bit cramped by the driver-centric control panel. The rest of the vehicle, though, is great, with plenty of room for taller passengers. The back seats fold down, giving plenty of space to haul all the bags of chicken and rabbit feed we could possibly desire. The Continuously Variable Transmission(CVT) is an odd duck to get used to, but work... (more)
Pros
Plenty of space. Lots of power. Comfortable seats. Can cooler in glove compartment. Decent fuel mileage.
Cons
CVT transmission is a bit noisy(whines). Reliability of control arms.