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Although the Dart hit the market about a year past, it was slow to develop steam in the market.
We have experienced lots of experience driving all of the transmissions and engines Dodge offers in its four door, which is sized north of most of its own competitive compact sedans.
Underneath its American styled body, Dart rides on a stage that was created for the European market Alfa Romeo Giulietta, a five door, front wheel-drive hatchback. But Dodge did not simply smack a badge on the Giulietta and call it a day, since American buyers do not have a lot of interest in hatchbacks. Instead, the designers and engineers in Auburn Hills, MI, allegedly spent $ 1 billion reworking the Giulietta stage for a sedan powered by engines more suited for the kind of driving Americans do.
Consequently, many of the European market engines were axed in favor of a selection of 2.0 liter and 2.4 liter gas engines from Chrysler's portfolio. A Fiat developed 1.4 liter turbocharged four cylinder is, in addition, on offer.
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