Is The New 2012 Dodge Avenger Right For You?

The new 2012 Dodge Avenger is the latest version of Dodge’s successful sporty sedan. It combines the rugged styling of an American muscle car of old with comfortable seating and convenient options that can be paired with one of two reliable, strong power options. If you are looking for a practical car with stand-out styling, then the new 2012 Dodge Avenger is exactly what you want.
The Dodge Avenger for 2012 continues with the same basic styling that has brought accolades to past models of this vehicle. The rugged curves and sporty indentations that make the Avenger stand out among other sedans in its class and price range remain the centerpiece Retromobile Plan 2019 of the exterior design for this year’s Dodge Avenger. While previous interiors were more than attractive and comfortable when compared to those of their competitors, this year’s design focus has been on improving the interior of the Charger even further.
Interior design improvements are seen on the dashboard as well as on the various system control buttons, which are easier to use than their predecessors in earlier model Avengers. The ample head and leg room that characterized previous models also remains a major feature of the 2012 Dodge Avenger.
Last year, Dodge made their vaunted 3.6 liter Pentastar V6 available on the Avenger, and this is the recommended power plant for 2012 as well. Its 286 horsepower and 260 foot-pounds of torque make it perfect for highway driving, whereas the smaller 2.4 liter engine is best only if the car is to be driven mostly in stop-and-go traffic. The larger engine gives practically the same gas mileage as the smaller one, with the difference being a mere one or two miles per gallon for both city or highway depending upon the actual configuration of the car.
The 2012 Dodge Avenger is available in three basic trim packages. As it includes the 2.4 liter engine, the basic SE trim package is ideal for drivers who will use their Dodge Avengers for city driving. The SXT replaces the basic four-speed transmission with a six-speed but retains the basic engine. The trim packages that include the powerful, yet practical Pentastar power plant are the SXT Plus and a limited availability luxury package. Even the standard packages allow for top-level options such as audiophile entertainment systems to be purchased separately.
No discussion of a sedan is complete without discussing its safety record, and the 2012 Dodge Avenger has much to be proud of when it comes to safety. Every trim package includes the expected complement of air bags, and the design of the chassis and suspension earned the Avenger a top rating and recommendation from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
If you do not want to compromise on styling when it comes to your everyday car, the new 2012 Dodge Avenger should be your first choice among Car Wale this year’s crop of new cars. Its exterior design is unique in its class, and it has everything you want both inside and under the hood.

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