Is the dodge dart gt and the limited the same car?
A dodge dealer told me they were
the same car and that the r/t would
be release later this year. Just
wondering what the deal was with all
Personally, I think you're making a HUGE mistake even considering this car, given the poor reliability history of Dodge/Chrysler. (The Ford Focus is a MUCH better choice!) Here's what Consumer Reports has to say about the Dart: Where the Dart stalls out is in its powertrains and interior accommodations. The 160-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine in our $20,680 SXT feels notably underpowered. Our Dart Rallye ($24,490 as tested) has a thrashy-sounding 160-hp, 1.4-liter turbocharged four cylinder engine with an optional automated-manual transmission that suffers from drivability issues. Inside, the lumpy front seats have uneven, uncomfortable cushioning. And despite its generous dimensions, the rear seat is somewhat tight. The Dart also gets rather expensive when you start adding on the options; for the price of our Rallye, you could get a larger family sedan. In the end, both Darts scored too low in our tests to be recommended. We have no reliability data yet for this new model.
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