2013 Dodge Dart GT Priced

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    2013 Dodge Dart GT. | January 07, 2013

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Just the Facts:
  • The 2013 Dodge Dart GT starts at $21,790, including a $795 destination charge, reflecting a $5,000 premium over the base 2013 Dodge Dart.
  • The new Dart GT will debut next week at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show.
  • The GT is the new top-of-the-line Dart, although Chrysler said in a statement that Dodge "continues to investigate a high-performance R/T model."

AUBURN HILLS, Michigan — The 2013 Dodge Dart GT starts at $21,790, including a $795 destination charge, reflecting a $5,000 premium over the base 2013 Dodge Dart.

The new Dodge Dart GT will debut next week at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. The Dart GT will go on sale in the second quarter of 2013.

The 2013 Dodge Dart GT is the new top-of-the-line model, although Chrysler said in a statement that Dodge "continues to investigate a high-performance R/T model."

The base 2013 Dodge Dart SE starts at $16,790, including shipping.

The Dart GT is priced slightly higher than the uplevel and sporty 2013 Nissan Sentra SR, which is priced at $19,720, including a $790 destination charge. Another competitor, the 2013 Kia Optima, is priced at $22,175, including a $775 destination charge, for the base LX model.

The 2013 Dart GT is equipped with a sport suspension, standard 18-inch aluminum wheels and premium perforated Napa heated leather seats.

Other standard features include racetrack LED taillights, projector foglamps and integrated dual exhaust

It is equipped with a 184-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine linked to a standard six-speed manual transmission.

Chrysler noted that the sporty Dart GT model originally debuted in 1963.

Edmunds says: The 2013 Dodge Dart GT should resonate with Baby Boomers who remember the original and can afford the more expensive price tag.

Comments

  • viss1 viss1 Posts:

    The Dart competes with the Kia Optima? And baby boomers will shop the Dart GT? What the what?

  • bankerdanny bankerdanny Posts:

    What is with the constant infatuation with fog lamps? Why can't I get DRIVING lamps as standard? There are only a very few places where fog is common, but it gets dark everywhere every night.

  • formerly formerly Posts:

    One would think the Kia Forte is more of a direct competitor than the Kia Optima. Unless you're simply referring to engine size, in which case you can count the Civic Si and GMC Terrain among the Dart's competitors.

  • scooterndc scooterndc Posts:

    The only thing uglier is the edmunds.com site layout. I was a loyal Inside Line reader for almost three years, but this circa 2002 user interface is making my eyeballs bleed. FIX. THIS.

  • rallyxer34 rallyxer34 Posts:

    I'm really curious to see what the mpg will be for the 2.4 versus the 1.4T I expect it should be a few mpg less than the turbo and similar the to the Mazda 6 numbers, which is one of the cars I would also be considering, similar pricing and power but different pluses and minuses for each.

  • isend2c isend2c Posts:

    Yeah... The Dart and Optima compete. Not the Dart and the Forte. The extra 4 feet help the Optima in size. So does the base engine being more powerful than the most potent of 3 that the Dart offers.

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