Changes for the 2016 Dodge Dart compact sedan are mostly cosmetic. The SXT trim offers a new Sport Appearance Package, while the entry SE trim gets a sporty Rallye Appearance Group option. Hyper Black 18-inch wheels are now standard on the GT, which can now be equipped with the Blacktop Package.
This year, the 2.4-liter Tigershark 4-cylinder engine is available in SXT, Limited and GT models as a Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle. Additionally, the Convenience Group on SE models gets a $620 price cut, and Uconnect is updated for compatibility with android phones.
About Dodge Dart
Dodge's 2016 Dart compact sedan brings European driving character to a highly stylized American 4-door loaded with features. With its Alfa Romeo roots, the Dart is easily the equal of such fun-to-drive rivals as the Mazda3 and Ford Focus. Although its rear seat is not as roomy as in some larger compacts (think Honda Civic), the Dart is still a competent compact. With three engine options, the Dart offers more choice than the Hyundai Elantra, Toyota Corolla or Nissan Sentra, and thanks to numerous personalization options, it's easy to build a Dart that stands apart from these competitors. Be it the luxurious Limited, Sporty GT or miserly Aero, the Dart offers something for everyone in a package that is fuel-efficient, safe and fun.