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$10,298

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$10,299

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$7,999

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$12,799

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$10,998

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$11,998

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$12,599

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79,250 Miles
$11,599

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$10,998

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68,310 Miles
$10,998

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67,143 Miles
$12,998

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74,172 Miles
$10,599

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$12,998

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2013 Dodge Dart Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.0
2 Reviews
Overall
3.0
Value
2.5
Performance
3.0
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
2.0

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2013 Dodge Dart - Dart: The car Dodge forgot

Keith
Peru, Indiana
Overall
4.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
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.
Story
Driving my Dart in a snow storm and hitting some snow where the rear end snapped out, but I never felt like I really lost control. It was actually fun kind of drifting my car in the snow.
Pros
This car is perfect for long road trips. Fuel mileage in excess of 35 mpg is easy at highway speeds all thanks to the 1.4L turbo multiair engine. The features of the limited trim, including the 8.4" Uconnect screen, make a nice technological upgrade from your standard CD player and radio. Leather heated seats and a sunroof are just extra features that are so nice in all climates. One of my favorite little features is the red light up trim surrounding the dash, just glowing away at night to remind you that this is still a Dodge.
Cons
There's almost two mechanical issues that are nearly guaranteed to go wrong with any Dart, the hydraulic shifter and the turbo. I had the misfortune of experiencing both of these parts fail within the same year. I was beyond fortunate to still have some powertrain warranty left to get them covered, but it was a close call for two expensive parts. The shift quality of the Dart is lacking. The vehicle has a tendency to really jerk into gear due to the DDC transmission that having to have the clutch values relearned is a necessity when purchasing used. Another con is the turbo lag being almos... (more)

2013 Dodge Dart - A running car, not flashy and tricky mechanically.

Sarah
Denver, Colorado
Overall
2.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
1.0
So overall, the exterior of the car is nice looking and durable. It has spent time in desert and temperate climates and has held up better than some cars I've owned. But the interior is poorly engineered and made with seemingly cheap materials throughout. As a result, it has aged before its time without heavy use--just as a daily driver with occasionally an unimpressed passenger to echo my deep regret in financing this particular vehicle.
Story
The car is heavy, as I found out pushing it up a very mild grade into my parking spot. It has a small engine. But it handles super well in the mountains of CO, both up and down, which I didn't expect. The drive train is solid and definitely fun to drive in the right conditions. To this I will also add, the car does truly well in slippery conditions, and that is a huge plus in this state.
Pros
For the price, the trim level gets some features that were higher end at the time of purchase. All electronic controls, from the windows to the economy settings. Bluetooth connectivity that works well (most of the time). The car doesn't have a lot of acceleration but works great on the highways, handles the mountains in CO without crying about it, and is actually surprisingly capable in the snow. The car goes when I see SUVs spinning out and struggling to stop.
Cons
When there is a mechanical issue, it tends to have a phantom element to it--coming and going, almost impossible to make appear when a mechanic is looking at it, and when they spot it, they have trouble pinpointing the specific cause. We've been through three batteries, replaced the (expensive) alternator, and had recurring issues that show up in the electronics of the vehicle. I'd gladly trade in the bells and whistles for a decent running beater, but we have some time before we pay it off. The shocks have gone at only 38,000 miles, but I understand this is a Dodge trait and is par for ... (more)

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