2013 Dodge Dart GT Priced

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edited September 2014 in Dodge

image2013 Dodge Dart GT Priced

The 2013 Dodge Dart GT, set to debut at the Detroit auto show, starts at $21,790, reflecting a $5,000 premium over the base model.

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  • viss1viss1 Member Posts: 1
    The Dart competes with the Kia Optima?

    And baby boomers will shop the Dart GT?

    What the what?
  • bankerdannybankerdanny Member Posts: 1,021
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  • formerlyformerly Member Posts: 0
    One would think the Kia Forte is more of a direct competitor than the Kia Optima. Unless you're simply referring to engine size, in which case you can count the Civic Si and GMC Terrain among the Dart's competitors.
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  • rallyxer34rallyxer34 Member Posts: 1
    I'm really curious to see what the mpg will be for the 2.4 versus the 1.4T I expect it should be a few mpg less than the turbo and similar the to the Mazda 6 numbers, which is one of the cars I would also be considering, similar pricing and power but different pluses and minuses for each.
  • isend2cisend2c Member Posts: 0
    Yeah... The Dart and Optima compete. Not the Dart and the Forte. The extra 4 feet help the Optima in size. So does the base engine being more powerful than the most potent of 3 that the Dart offers.
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