2013 Dodge Dart Knocked by Consumer Reports for Being Underpowered

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edited February 2016 in Dodge
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2013 Dodge Dart Knocked by Consumer Reports for Being Underpowered

The 2013 Dodge Dart stalls out on its powertrains, said Consumer Reports on Tuesday in a preview of reviews that will be in the magazine's January issue.

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  • johngubbiojohngubbio Member Posts: 1
    What does Consumer Reports know, anyway....I own a Dodge Dart Limited Turbo and have absolutely no complaints about anything, including the Turbo engine and the dual clutch automatic. The Dart is Italian DNA and not Detroit DNA - - they just don't get it.
  • block_edmundsblock_edmunds Member Posts: 1
    Do they call a Yaris or Prius slow? Or the Avalon bland?
  • gbrunogbruno Member Posts: 1
    Consumer Reports is biased against American cars and always has been, that is why I cancelled my Consumer Reports subscription years ago! We have only good things to say about our 2006 Chrysler 300, that we purchased new, we have owned the car for 10 years and is very reliable and performs very well. I also adore my 2011 Chrysler 300, it too has been very reliable and is such a pleasure to drive and gets fantastic fuel economy for such a large car!
  • steverstever Guest Posts: 52,454
    Our "Consumer Reports" aren't so hot. Feel free to add your own data points:

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