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2013 Dodge Dart OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Keith
Keith
Peru, Indiana
4.0
Dart: The car Dodge forgot
The Dart, Dodge's little can-do car, inspired by the Fiat in Fiat Chrysler but forgotten in the age of Chargers and Challengers where horsepower reigns supreme. The Fiat roots are obvious in the styling with a hint of aggression in the typical Dodge grille. This car could have been so much more with a little help from FCA, but it unfortunately met it's demise after three years. From the peppy 1.4L turbocharged engine to the features that even Maserati took from Dodge, this small little sedan could do so much more with so little.
Heather
Heather
Charlevoix, Michigan
3.0
Average car with a few problems
It is an average midsize vehicle. A good thing about it is its gas mileage; I am averaging 35 mpg. Another good thing is it was a decent value. I got it for around $22,000 after taxes and fees. Overall, it has a 160 horsepower engine, which is a little bit more then average for a four cylinder. The acceleration is what you except from a small car. I would guess 0-60 in ten seconds. The handling on the car is pretty good. I don't know off the distance it takes to make a circle. The radio is average with I think 180-watt speakers. The sound is again average. I think the car has plenty of leg room up front, but in the back seat not so much. They say it is five-seat car, but it is extremely packed especially in the back seat with three people. When there are people not in the back seat, the seats fold down. That means I can at least throw in one more golf bag in my car. It also has a charging station/usb plug-in, which is really handy on long trips. It also has Bluetooth capabilities, though I never once tried it. I am sure it would be useful for a lot of people besides me though. The one major issue have with the cars is the tires. They are really cheap. I ran over literally half a staple (the tire change guy showed it to me, and I got a flat). I replaced the tires twice in 80,000 miles. I learned my lesson to never get that brand of tires again. I am sorry I forgot the brand name, but it is not Firestone or Michelin. It is some Japanese no-name brand. So, in conclusion, it's average I say.