2016 Dodge Dart Buyer's Guide
A Sporty Compact Car Wrapped Around a Nice Interior
Tastefully sporty sheet metal and a class-above passenger cabin help differentiate the 2016 Dodge Dart in a crowded and ultra-competitive compact sedan market. It also has one of the roomiest rear seats in the segment, a feature to please all your backseat drivers. Still the category's newest nameplate, the Dodge Dart has yet to establish a track record of reliability, consequently its predicted resale values fall below the category average.
On the Road
"The best choice for the Dart is the optional 2.4-liter found on the SXT, Limited and GT trim. Even when so equipped, the Dart is no match for cars like the Honda Civic Si and Mazda3. On a twisty back road, however, we'd take the Dart over a Toyota Corolla, Ford Focus or Hyundai Elantra any day of the week." Find out more in our 2016 Dodge Dart full review.
Build and Price
The 2016 Dodge Dart lineup starts under $18,000 with destination and tops out around $26,000 for a loaded Dart Limited model. But those are sticker prices. Build and price your own 2015 Dodge Dart to unlock this week's Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price, 5-Year Cost to Own and more.
KBB.com reader Bry from North Carolina had this to say: "It handles great and has good get up and go when you need. I spend about 3 hrs a day in it and the interior is roomy and very comfortable, that and the gadgets make me not loathe the drive." Read more Dodge Dart consumer reviews.
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