I cannot wait to have this car here, a 40 mile per gallon car that starts at $15, 995.
Dodge is aiming for the Dart at the middle of the compact-sedan market, which means it's positioned for everyone from first-time Millennial buyers and small families to busy commuters and empty-next couples, The Car Connection said. The Dart looks beautifully detailed, with contrast-stitching, nicely bolstered seats, and soft-touch surfaces, the website said. The Dart is the first Dodge to use an active grille-shutter system, which stops airflow through the lower portion during warmup or at highway speeds, opening when more cooling is needed, the article said. inside, the Dart has been designed to fit 'American-sized' occupants--that is, a very wide range, the Car Connection said. Dodge will offer the Dart in a vast array of appearances and equipment combinations, including three engines, three transmissions, seven different wheel options, 12 exterior colors, and 14 interior color and trim combinations--as well as more than 150 Mopar options and packages, the article said.
The Dart , a remarkably good-looking thing--will start at $15995 and earn 40 mpg, Edmunds said. Bigland did mention some of the Dart's whiz-bang tech features like a downloadable smartphone app that offers its users remote starting and locking as well as handy parent/Big Brother functionality like GPS location service as well as speed and boundary notifications, the publication said. It's also got a 7-inch TFT gauge cluster and a class-leading 8.4-inch console screen for the navigation and audio system, the story said.
I am very excited about this car and can't wait to see it.