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Experts Road Test 2013 Dodge Dart Rallyer 1.4T

Several news agencies have reported recently that the 2013 Dodge Dart Rallye 1.4T Manual has been taken for a long road test that should last a 40,000-mile-long period.

During the first two months of this test, experts say that this model is capable of getting about 28 mpg. Reports show that this model is Dodge’s first small and somewhat competent car the company has developed in recent years. According to the reports, this model has a decent design and a larger back seat, which makes the ride slightly more comfortable for passengers. The special Aero version of this model may get 41 mpg while the basic model gets up to 39 mpg.

The model being tested comes with a turbocharged engine and a sporty design. It is also equipped with a manual transmission. Acceleration is decent, making 0 to 60 mph in about eight seconds, however, in city-driving, this model’s performance doesn’t seem to match what the vehicle has accomplished at test tracks.

As an attorney, I understand that consumers may feel enthusiastic about purchasing a vehicle promptly and may overlook certain important features that may not exactly live up to their expectations. When shopping for a vehicle, do your homework and make sure to read professional reviews on all models you are interested in purchasing.

If you are a California driver and you would like to learn more about this after having to deal with lemons in the past, you may click here for the full review.

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