2010 Dodge Avenger Review
By Geof Ryan
The 2010 Dodge Avenger is closely related to the Chrysler Sebring, however its appearance and unique styling differentiates it from its sibling. It comes along with popular creases designed at the rear fenders. It is an impressive compact sedan. Even though it's a minivan, the Dodge Avenger has a plenty of standard equipment and sporty features found in upper class vehicles.
Many reviewers of the 2010 Avenger are saying that it has arrived as a sensation in the segment of mid-size sedans. The new Avenger is provided in two versions: the R/T and the SXT. There are few differences of external styling between R/T and the SXT, but these two models have many similar features as well.
A standard 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine is deployed in these two versioned sedans that produces 173 hp. And also, both versions use a four-speed automatic transmission. One more optional 2.7-liter V6 engine is also offered to both versions, whereas the R/T has a basic 3.5-liter V6 engine (at 189 hp) with a six-speed overdrive automatic transmission. A security system, tire pressure monitoring, anti-lock brakes, active head restraints, and six airbags are included as a standard safety services.
The cabin of the 2010 Dodge Avenger carries the angular and chunky theme, which sets it apart from its rivals. Some experts claim that it fixes every sort of target for styling in the segment, while the rest don't really appreciate the fancy style of the new Avenger. Let's wait and watch what kind of response does the 2010 Avenger receive from the crowd.
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