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2013 Dodge Dart SXT Rallye Long-Term Road Test Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 10,315
edited September 2014 in Dodge


  • gslippygslippy Member Posts: 514
    I agree completely. I've test-driven both the 1.4 T stick and 2.0 automatic. The 2.0 automatic was much, much better than the awful 1.4 T stick, but underpowered.

    Incidentally, the automatic is a Hyundai unit.

    Dodge has really missed the boat with the delayed 2.4. I don't understand why it's taking so long to launch it.
  • greenponygreenpony Member Posts: 531
    It tips the scales like a midsize car, but is powered like a compact car. No, the Dart doesn't need a new engine - it needs to lose a few hundred pounds.
  • fordson1fordson1 Unconfirmed Posts: 1,512
    184 hp for a 3300-lb. car and that's gonna be the GT version? That's like a Honda CR-V.
  • yaymx5_yaymx5_ Member Posts: 49
    GT must stand for Geriatric Touring in this case.
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