The 2012 Dodge Caliber hatchback comes with a 2.0L 4-cylinder engine that makes 158 horsepower. It's connected to either a 5-speed manual gearbox or an optional continuously-variable transmission (CVT).
Standard safety equipment includes seat-mounted side air bags, first- and second-row side-curtain air bags, anti-lock brakes, brake assist and traction control, driver and front-passenger active head restraints and tire pressure monitoring.
The base SE comes well equipped, with an MP3/CD stereo, one year of satellite radio, power windows and door locks, keyless entry and cruise control. The SXT adds a standard CVT transmission, touring suspension, 17-inch aluminum wheels, fog lamps and stability control. The SXT Plus includes sport suspension, 18-inch alloys and a sporty body kit.
Notable options include blue or red seat inserts and a power sunroof. The Media Center 430 with a 30GB hard drive and touch screen and a 6-way power seat.
Hemi power and chassis upgrades make the Durango SRT fun for the whole family.
It only affects vehicles with automatic transmissions.
They're meant to celebrate US soldiers and veterans, even though they're built in Canada.
Made for America, assembled in Canada.
Just when you thought the Challenger Hellcat couldn't get more bonkers, Dodge upped the ante to 797 horses.
The recall is limited to slightly older vehicles.
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In that most American tradition of "More is better," Fiat Chrysler gave us six ads this year, none of which will air during the big game.