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Dodge Avenger Overview

The Dodge Avenger was born out of the partnership of Chrysler and Mitsubishi, and was based on the platform of the Mitsubishi Galant, with stylistic nods to the Dodge Viper. It was produced from 1995-2000

The Avenger fills the role nicely of a 2-door sports coupe that is roomy enough to fit four people comfortably, yet sleek and powerful enough to attract the admiration of onlookers and the satisfaction of drivers looking for a sporty ride.

The Avenger comes in two trims, the base and ES models. Originally, the two differed in engine size and transmission type -- the four-cylinder 5-speed base model and the V6 automatic ES. Eventually the V6 became standard on all trims, but was still only available as an automatic.

Its cool look is what attracts a lot of owners initially, but it also earns praise for its roominess and handling. While most drivers say it is a fun ride, their biggest desire is for an even more powerful engine to match the sporty style.

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