As appealing as full-size vintage wagons may be, their compact siblings are arguably a better choice for a weekend classic car. Big enough to haul the groceries, the dog, and a few passengers, they’re still small enough to park in the garage (and they’re easier to wash and detail, too). We’ve featured a few mid-decade […]
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Dodge celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1964, and its gift to Dart buyers was a newly available 273-cu.in. V-8 that boosted the performance of the division’s compact-size offering. This 1964 Dodge Dart GT convertible, for sale on Hemmings.com, would have been at the absolute top of the Dart lineup that year, and checking the option […]
Image via Autotrader.com The Dodge Dart is not a bad car. It’s just not quite as good as some other offerings in a very crowded segment. Now that Dodge is phasing out Dart, the fire sale has begun and you can pick up a nice compact with crazy discounts and insane financing offers. Read more...
The Dodge Dart is getting a revised lineup for the remainder of 2016 before going out of production. It's down to three models, each with a different engine. Continue reading Dodge Dart pushed toward the grave with simplified lineupShow More Summary
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Introduced in 2012, the modern-day Dart revived the iconic nameplate Dodge used between 1960 and 1976 for a range of vehicles offered in two-door, four-door, and wagon configurations. At first a full-size car, the Dart was redesigned into a compact in 1963 and remained in that segment until it was discontinued in 1976. Show More Summary
After announcing earlier this year that it wanted someone else to take care of its problem patients, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is performing surgery on the slow-selling Dodge Dart lineup. The Fiat-based compact will be pared down from...Show More Summary
Compact sedan gets slimmed-down lineup for 2016
Fiat Chrysler attempted take on the imports with the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart sedans. While both cars offered some style and value, neither was a sales success. Now Fiat Chrysler Automobiles wants to outsource the production to some other brand, but which brand should it be? Read more...
After shutting down production at its own plants, FCA is looking for a partner to continue building the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 at another site on its behalf. Continue reading FCA seeks partner to keep building Dodge Dart, Chrysler...Show More Summary
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Goodbye, Dart: After a decade of nursing his 273-powered ’64 Dodge Dart GT convertible back to something approximating health, your author bids it farewell to mixed emotions. Photo by author. In Scottsdale, Arizona, where the 101 Loop and Indian Bend Road intersect, there is a weekly car show held at a shopping plaza called Pavilions. […]
FCA US could take advantage of killing the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 by reducing the automaker's fuel economy burden. Continue reading Killing the Dart and 200 might lower FCA's fuel economy burden Killing the Dart and 200 might lower FCA's fuel economy burden originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 09 Feb 2016 12:45:00 EST. Show More Summary
Duncan writes: Because I want a car that will depreciate faster than my 2014 Genesis 5.0 R-Spec, I inquired at a local Pennsylvania Dodge dealer about a 2016 Dart GT with a manual transmission. After a week of them trying to order one...Show More Summary
Just a week after the world found out that Chrysler was dropping the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200, Chrysler announced the “Alloy Edition” of the soon-to-be-discontinued 200 sedan. It’s slated to debut next to the 300S Alloy Edition at...Show More Summary
FCA’s sweater-in-chief Sergio Marchionne has a plan to turn around the debt-laden and ailing automaker: stop building cars that lose money. That sounds like common sense, so long as oil prices stay low and the demand for trucks, SUVs and crossovers remains high. Show More Summary
demand for suvs will see fiat chrysler focus on developing its jeep brand, as well as its ram big-rig range, while at the same time preparing to let go of the underperforming dodge dart small car and chrysler 200 medium sedan. announcing...Show More Summary
Sergio Marchionne's decision to kill the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 isn't as crazy as you might think, and it could say a lot about the company's future. Continue reading The mad genius of killing the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 The...Show More Summary
Fiat-Chrysler is embarking on a new adventure as part of an updated five-year business plan that CEO Sergio Marchionne outlined in a recent presentation with investors. As with most updates of this type, changes have been made in the direction of the company and two models, the Dodge Dart and the Chrysler 200, have become unwitting casualties. Show More Summary