• Sep 4, 2006
It seems that Name Already In Use, over at the SRT-forums, procured some insider shots of the 2007 Dodge Avenger, which may be revealed in Paris later this month. The Avenger stands to benefit from the muscular genes embedded in many Dodge products, certainly a positive when compared to its much-maligned sibling, the Sebring.

Although its anyone's guess who can actually be credited for the photos, we feel rather confident of their legitimacy, although the jury will be out until we lay eyes (and lenses) on Dodge's newest people mover in Paris.

More shots can be found after the jump.

[Source: SRT Forums]









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      • 8 Years Ago
      Am I missing something... It looks just like a Charger?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Looks worlds better than the Sebring, but no thanks . . .
      • 8 Years Ago
      I can't explain why, but I like it...A LOT.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I have to disagree with anyone that thinks the new Sebring looks better then the Avenger. The New Sebring looks like ass to me. It's got trojan ribbing on the hood, Its trunk looks tiny, and its whole profile is all late 90s Saturn.

      In any case I do have minor quibbles about the design. Sure the C-piller looks like they had to compromise something, which is too bad because it does not share much of anything important with any other Chrysler product. If they just angle the bottome of the window to match the angle of the flare in the door, I think it would of turned out so much better looking.

      The front end that does a good job of capturing the Charger look still needs to be tweeked. I want to say the headlights need to be shrunk down a notch, but the block styaling of the bumper right under the headlights need work too.

      But the thing that bugging me most about the design is the tire gap. Normaly that would not bother me on bone stock car, but if your going to go out of your way to put such hug fender flares onto a car, shoulden't those fender flare hide the top of the tires?

      As for the rest of the car, I can't complain. I would like to know if its going to be E85 compatable, and if it will have AWD as Chrysler has been making some inroads into Subaru's Market. If they can make this thing with AWD, E85 compatablity, and nice stick shift, Im sold.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I don't know why... but the front gives me a huge Dodge Hornet vibe. The headlights seem a bit too big and the car sorta looks like a mishmash. Not dissappointing nor extraordinary.
      • 8 Years Ago
      So I was curious...who wound up losing their job for taking pictures of a car that wasn't supposed to be seen?
      • 8 Years Ago
      This is what they shoud have done on the Chrysler end a small 3oo, very nice
      • 8 Years Ago
      Grille needs downsizing, sorry guys, this little car will sell pretty well.
      • 8 Years Ago
      It will probably outsell the Sebring, but only when you exclude Sebring convertibles.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I think DC wasn't really inspired while they drawn this car, It does not show any originality or something interesting to look at. The sebring may not be an amazing car also but at least it has some originality. I'm really desapointed by the avenger.
      • 8 Years Ago
      HERTZ is going to be thrilled with this!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Wow, they successfully preserved all the lines that I don't like about the Charger, and added a monsterously long front overhang!
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