I rented a brand new 200 on a trip to Daytona Beach in 2016. It performed so well and was so smooth that I thought it had the 3.6, but I opened the hood and it had the 2.4. It wasn't particularly spacious but it was fine.I used a 200 as a rental while the Magnum was being repaired, and the 2.4 motor was perfectly adequate for the car. I would like to have tried the 6 cylinder version, I bet it's a rocket!
If it is a Dodge version of the Alfa Tonale, then it is going to be approximately the size of a Compass.
This is on the next iteration of SUSW. This should feature new GSE engines (1.5l 4 cylinder engine) + the 2.0l 4 Cylinder GME (First SUSW related vehicles with those engines).
I have occasionally shopped for a good used 200 or avenger, but they are popular around here and only the beat up ones seem to come up, with a rare one from an older person that's in great shape. I plan to retire the magnum and would like an avenger or 200 for a daily driver.I am sure the 200 V6 in the AWD configuration was a real nice and fast drive... would think it is a “true gem“ to have one now...
I suspect the Hornet is meant to be a hot hatch compact CUV, a entry level performance, why does this not fit Dodge. To me, this is exactly what Dodge needs. All performance ICE Dodges do not have to have a Hemi.I believe in the article the author was hoping.fod the 2.0T but a smaller 4 had been confirmed.
This.doesnt make sense for.Dodge to me...but what do I know. I'm just the demographic they are supposedly after...
Actually they all do have to have a Hemi as a option.I suspect the Hornet is meant to be a hot hatch compact CUV, a entry level performance, why does this not fit Dodge. To me, this is exactly what Dodge needs. All performance ICE Dodges do not have to have a Hemi.
And why did Caliber have so many engine options? Spent so much money on waaay too many configurations.I think Giorgio is too expensive, otherwise it would have already been used for a Dodge. It has been made clear, it is an Alfa and Maserati only platform.
As for CUSW, they already made an Ottimo Cross, but never sold it as a Dart.
Fiat Ottimo Cross concept made its debut at 2015 Shanghai Auto Show. The concept is the cross version of the Ottimo hatchback with a raised ground clearance.indianautosblog.com
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Dart had an even worse wrong engines problem than Caliber. The premium only 1.4T wasn't right for an economy model. Both Giorgio and CUSW were too big for a Caliber replacement. SUSW would have been better, but now I am glad we don't have to look to Fiat for a platform.
I think it can actually be argued Caliber didn't have a wrong engines problem, it had a wrong transmissions problem, and it lacked a 230 HP 2.0T running on regular. A 5 or 6 speed auto with all engines would have done wonders.
148 HP 5 sp manual only
158 HP CVT or 5 sp manual
172 HP CVT or 5 sp manual
285 HP 6 sp manual