2013 Dodge Dart SXT Rallye Long-Term Road Test

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edited September 2014 in Dodge

image2013 Dodge Dart SXT Rallye Long-Term Road Test

One very good thing about our long-term 2013 Dodge Dart is the excellent visibility from the cockpit.

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  • quadricyclequadricycle Member Posts: 827
    I really like you Erin. A couple of Edmunds Live videos ago you pretty much declared the Dart as your least favorite car, yet you've still been driving it and posting about it, even finding positive things to say about it even though I'm sure you'd much rather be in something like the Porsche or Mazda. That's pretty refreshing, so thanks!
  • nukedetroitnukedetroit Member Posts: 108
    Given the amount of money Edmunds rakes in from Fiasler advertising, I'm sure there's a certain amount of 'editorial pressure' to find nice things to say about this POS. Rather than chattering about sightlines and the location of wire holes in the console, how about an update on that potentially deadly acceleration problem reported a few weeks back?
  • ericheseriches Member Posts: 80
    @ nukedetroit: I drove the Dart for about 1,000 miles after the "limp home" mode incident Scott encountered. The problem has not recurred. If it does, we'll report on it. But since it did not recur on my watch, I couldn't very well complain abou
  • stovt001_stovt001_ Member Posts: 799
    Keep fighting the good fight for visibility Erin. I also want to call out the Ford CMax and Honda Civic as cars I've ridden in/driven recently that have rather good visibility by current standards.
  • throwbackthrowback Member Posts: 445
    The Focus also has very good visibility. When you have a long commute, visibility is a god send. There are some seriously oblivious drivers out there.
  • duck87duck87 Member Posts: 649
    I think what hybris is trying to say is that there are two ways you can express an opinion, and it's pretty clear what kind of way you've chosen. I think you would make a wonderful politician, but on an automotive website generally known for insightful and knowledgeable commenters, I'm not sure whether to be annoyed or to laugh at your comments. They're just so ridiculous and over the top at times I don't know how to react =D
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