A new report suggests Chrysler is working to shoehorn a V6 into the Dart.
A non-boosted 2.4-liter four-cylinder mated to a conventional automatic is supposed to be the powertrain fix for the Dodge Dart in 2014 that will get the car on more people's shopping lists. But that might change if Chrysler engineers stick a V6 up front soon. Read more...
Posted on 11.7.2013 14:00 by Simona The final model updated with the Scat Package for the 2013 SEMA Show — alongside the Challenger and Charger — is the 2014 Dart. The new Scat Package was built as a tribute to the original Scat Pack launched in 1968, and comes just in time for its 45th anniversary. Show More Summary
www.ZerCustoms.com - Dodge revealed at this year's SEMA show the Scat packages for the Challenger, th... [...]
Dodge has revealed what it calls Scat Package Stage Kits that enhance the performance of the Charger and the Challenger equipped with the 5.7-liter V8, and the Dart equipped with the turbocharged 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder engine. Show More Summary
Dodge buyers looking for that extra performance edge, take note: Mopar is bringing back the Scat Pack. Announced at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas today, the new Scat Packages will be available in three stages for the Challenger, Charger...Show More Summary
Remember the Fiat Viaggio, the Dodge Dart clone that was supposed to be the brand’s breakthrough product in China? The compact sedan has missed its sales targets by as much as 60 percent, and now Fiat is hoping that local production of the Jeep Cherokee can help fill some of their plant’s capacity and capitalize […]
1968 Dodge Hemi Dart Lighweight. Photos by Justin Shaffer, courtesy Mecum Auctions. In the closing years of the 1960s, the Chrysler corporation offered a limited number of Hurst-built Plymouth Barracudas and Dodge Darts equipped with the 426-cu.in. Hemi V-8 engine, officially “for use in supervised acceleration trials,” an officious way of saying that the cars […]
We’ve always heard stories about cars coming from the factory with mismatched badging or trim from side to side, but have only come across a few actual examples, like this 1961 Dodge Dart Phoenix (or is it a Pioneer?) for sale on Hemmings.com. All in all, it appears a minor flub having different badges on […]
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The Dart's 2.4-liter four-cylinder may be getting a big mpg boost for 2014.
Dodge hits the bullseye with this spot from Wieden + Kennedy and Caviar director Keith Schofield that demonstrates how to make a Dart in "100 Easy Steps." "Step 1: Study the competition," says the voiceover. "Step 2: Get angry—they're boring. Show More Summary
Most significant changes: 2.4-liter four-cylinder available on more models; more standard features for Limited Price change: No change on SE or GT models; SXT increases $500, Aero by $600 and Limited up $3,000 On sale: Late fall Which you should...
Oh Dodge… what the hell are you guys thinking when it comes to your new ad campaign. Seriously, a 1968 Charger versus a new 2013 Dart in a Bullitt-esque chase scene? Bullitt was made 45 years ago which means that the odds of your demographic knowing about it are slim-to-none. Here’s an idea – how […]
Detroit has brought back the Dodge Dart. I had one of those, a long, long time ago–in fact, it was a 1966 model, which I shared with my year-older sister It was purchased for $600 of a summer’s worth of babysitting earnings. When I was growing up in Georgia, you could get your driving learner’s permit Read more...
The successor to the incredibly successful Dodge Dart/Plymouth Valiant was the Dodge Aspen/Plymouth Volaré. These simple rear-wheel-drive cars sold fairly well, but for every Aspen or Volaré I see in high-turnover wrecking yards today, I find ten Darts and Valiants. Part of that reason is a short production run, part is (arguably) lower build quality, [...]
Will there ever be a time in which no Chrysler A-bodies show up in North America’s cheap self-serve wrecking yards? Sure, Darts and Valiants were as common 20 years ago as are dead Tauruses now, so the former torrent of old Chrysler compacts has become a trickle, but I still find at least a couple [...]
The new Dodge Dart has all the bells and whistles, but something isn’t quite right here. Who else sees what’s wrong with this image? Speak up in the comment section! The original is here. Thanks, Merlin, for sending this in. The post Spot The Disaster: Definitely Dodgy appeared first on PSD : Photoshop Disasters .