The 2015 Dodge Dart Sedan conveys modern equipment you could want in a small car along with some of the Neon’s character. The 2015 Dodge Dart is sporty and enjoyable to drive with a front-wheel-drive. The compact sedan replaced the inferior, despicable Caliber hatchback. The Dart comes back for 2015 with minor changes as it received a numeral of modifications last year model unraveling some teething problems. Since the left of Neon years ago, it is the first true compact sedan from Dodge. It will compete with solid full-line models such as the Hyundai Elantra, Ford Focus, and Chevrolet Cruze. The strength of Dodge Dart is its interior volume that feels and looks like a mid-size car.
The cabin of 2015 Dodge Dart Sedan tends on the way to the sporty end of the range due to its smooth dash. An 8.4-inch display is available in higher trim level models controlling the audio controls, climate, and navigation, along with a smaller screen located in the instrument cluster between the gauges showing vehicle information. Equipment inside the Dart is the most unexpected essentially from a compact car. It has comfortable front and backseats, and based on the car’s lines, you might not expect the seating position isn’t that low. Although large strips of hard textured black plastic still turn up in some places, harder plastic elements on most parts of the dash blend well with soft-touch materials.
The 2015 Dodge Dart Sedan appears like a renovated Neon In many ways. One of the better-looking models of its time was the Neon so that makes Dart a good thing. It has the same proportions but with a wide posture and a low top, Dart is larger in dimension. Like the Charger which implements a look even more similar to the Dart for 2015, it has a more significant look in the tail.
The 2015 Dodge Dart Sedan feels expressively slower than rivals in the most challenging tasks as it comes standard with 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 160 hp which is merely underpowered. You’ll get better acceleration, more torque, and a more reactive, sportier energy on the optional 1.4-liter turbocharged engine with 160 hp. Comparable with many six-speed transmission cars, the Dart’s top gear was taken for best fuel economy to preserve the engine running below 2,000 rpm under stable capacity. The Aero models gets standard 1.4-liter unit paired with a six-speed manual transmission or dual-clutch automatic that can get 41 mpg highway in tweaked model. The Limited, SXT, and GT models get standard 2.4-liter four-cylinder unit that boost 184 hp and standard stick but automatic on SXT and GT variant with auto-only in the Limited.