The Dodge Dart was first introduced to the American public in 1960 and remained on the market until 1976 in North America. In 2013, the Dodge Dart nameplate was resurrected as a compact car, and has been selling as such ever since.
The 2013 Dart was formed as the alliance with Chrysler and Fiat was created, and was introduced as a compact four-door sedan. Since its 2013 revival, the Dodge Dart has been selling a record-breaking amount of units, and the 2015 Dodge Dart has been no exception.
With five trim levels to choose from, drivers will be pleased with all of the options that are affordable at any budget. The 2015 Dodge Dart offers more than the competition, and will soon offer consumers an SRT version of the compact car, complete with a supercharged engine. No other compact sedan will be able to compete with the pure power and performance of the Dodge Dart SRT when it becomes available in the next few years.
For now, check out everything the 2015 Dodge Dart offers drivers.
From the base SE, all the way down to the luxury GT, the 2015 Dodge Dart offers trim levels for every budget. Check out everything each trim level offers in the details below.
SE: Starting at just $16,495, the base trim level of the Dart is affordable on almost every budget. Featuring an impressive 36 miles per gallon on the highway, the SE trim level will continue to provide its driver with savings down the road. Packed with great standard features for the price, consumers won’t be disappointed.
SXT: With a starting MSRP of $18,895, this 2015 Dodge Dart trim level includes everything that the SE package does, and a few extras.
GT: Starting at just $21,295, the GT trim level offers drivers everything that comes standard on the previous three trim levels, plus the following standard features:
Limited: The highest trim level available on the 2015 Dodge Dart, the Limited begins at just $23,095. With everything all of the previous trim levels offer, plus so much more, the Limited is the best choice for those who want everything, without sacrificing a thing.
Regardless of trim level, each model of the 2015 Dodge Dart will deliver a high quality, high performance, compact vehicle that will impress.
The Ford Focus may have the name recognition, but it has nothing on the 2015 Dodge Dart in terms of price, fuel efficiency, and standard features. The Dart is a worthy contender in the compact car market, and vehicles like the Ford Focus should be on high alert for everything that the 2015 Dodge Dart can offer its drivers.
Check out each of the categories below, and find out how the 2015 Dart outdoes the competition.
With a starting MSRP of $16,485 for the base model, the Dart is more affordable off the lot. The 2015 Ford Focus starts at $17,170, and can’t compete with the affordable sticker price of the Dodge.
The 2015 Dart gets 41 miles per gallon on the highway, outdoing Ford’s Focus that tops out at 40. While one mile per gallon may not seem like a lot, it makes all the difference between fill ups.
There is no denying that the Dart offers drivers more room than the 2015 Focus. While both cars are the same width-wise, the 2015 Dodge Dart is longer than the Focus, giving drivers and passengers more overall space. With a cargo capacity of 13.1 cubic feet in the Dodge Dart, and only 12.4 cubic-feet in the Focus, you can go farther with more when you choose Dodge.
The Dodge Dart delivers with a higher torque than the Focus, as well as an increased horsepower of 184 for the Dart, and only 160 for the Focus. If power is important - the Dodge Dart is the right choice.
The Dodge Dart is the clear winner overall when it comes to the head-to-head competition with Ford’s Focus for 2015.
Dodge recently unveiled an important element to their strategic plan for their compact car, the Dodge Dart. The all-new turbocharged 4-cylinder, all-wheel drive Dodge Dart SRT will arrive at dealerships in late 2016.
The Dodge Dart SRT has remained on the down-low since Dodge first made the announcement, but drivers can expect that the powerful Dart model will be a high performance vehicle set to compete against the Ford Focus RS and the Subaru WRX.
The Dodge Dart SRT is already projected to cost less than the competition, with an estimated starting MSRP of under $30,000. It is also estimated that the Dodge Dart SRT will deliver in the power department with 300 horsepower, and 300 lb.-ft. of torque. The manual transmission will also feature an advanced all-wheel-drive system, performance braking package, and a sport-tuned suspension.
While we wait for Dodge to release the official numbers of the 2017 Dodge Dart SRT, all we can do is speculate what this dream car will encompass.