The Dodge Avenger pricing tier is pretty simple: the midsize sedan is available as an SE, SXT, and R/T. The base 173-horsepower, 2.4-liter I-4 is standard in the base SE and mid-level SXT, both of which are packed with features like six airbags, stability control, a 60/40 split-folding rear seat, power accessories, LED taillights, a tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and 17-inch wheels. A 283-hp, 3.6-liter V-6 can be ordered, along with 18-inch wheels, Uconnect Voice Command, and navigation. The SXT swaps the four-speed automatic transmission for a six-speed automatic, helping push the car's highway fuel economy rating to 31 mpg but lowering the city rating by one to 20 mpg. It also gets automatic headlights, foglights, auto climate control, leather surfaces, and a power driver's seat. There's the option for the Rallye Appearance Group as well, which changes some exterior parts and brings an available black/red Momentum cloth interior into the picture. The R/T is powered by the V-6 from the get-go. As the R/T is the enthusiast's Avenger, the suspension is stiffened up to improve its road-holding abilities. While the R/T comes about as loaded as you can get in an Avenger, additionally available content includes a sunroof, and the Sun and Sound Group. See more... See Less

3 Available Trims
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  • 173

    HP

    21city

    30hwy

    $

    20,595

    MSRP

  • 173

    HP

    20city

    31hwy

    $

    23,295

    MSRP

  • 283

    HP

    19city

    29hwy

    $

    25,795

    MSRP

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall
Pros Cons
Body lines give it an agressive look Rides very bumpy on low maintenance road
Seat hugs driver - you stay in place Hit head when loading child in car seat - low doors
The overall driving experience: ride is very pleasant Transmission- 6 speed feels strange
Performance - gets good gas mileage, but has plenty of power when needed Front seats- could use more thigh support
Appearance of wheels, rims, tires City gas mpg is not that great
Passanger-friendly: hauls lots of grandchildren Automatic lights at night: don't have
Look of interior: red seats look very sporty Tires have hard time gripping in snow
It is easy to enter the car without too much crouching Lint on seats easily builds up in ridges of seat
Vehicle exterior - sporty looking, love the color Starting off in the first speed the engine labours too much
Control and balance of the rt suspension The tach is centered in dash. the speedometer is far right