• Aug 17, 2007
If you're interested on getting an Autoblog Garage-style take on the new Dodge Avenger, head over to AutoblogGreen, where Sam Abuelsamid reviews the medium-sized Charger doppelganger after spending a few days with one of the sedans in SXT trim. Why AutoblogGreen? Well, Sam ran the car on E85 once the partial tank of gasoline it was delivered with ran out, so in addition to a review of the car in general, he weighs in on that aspect as well. Check out the full review here.

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      • 7 Years Ago
      best line...and basically sums it up:
      "It's not all bad though." .... way to reach for some good qualities, reach further.
      yes i have driven one, and no i will never drive a crappy cheap ass dodge again.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Exactly. A Honda Fit has a superior interior to any Chrysler product outside of a Plum Crazy Daytona R/T Charger, IMHO (I have an affinity for body-coloured stitching on racing seats).

        The Jeep Patriot is precisely the kind of car I would buy, but the cheeeeeesy interior turned me off. The darned armrest wouldn't even stay in place and felt like it would fall off if I leaned too hard. Not to mention the flimsy HVAC knobs and the crappy econo-guages.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Agreed. I have driven a few of these (I work as a valet)... goodness. I had hope for Dodge/Chrysler judging from their recent model years' interiors, but... my goodness. They seem to have gone back to RIGHT where they started with this car.

        Well, ok, I guess its marginally better, but its still shockingly bad. By comparison, I drove an older Scion xA today, and while certainly the definition of eco-car - it felt okay in there. It didn't feel like you were part of a rubbermaid experiment from the 80s, forced to try to take on a characteristic of the late 90s.
      • 7 Years Ago
      What an awful, awful car. I really cannot see any reason why a sane, rational person would waste time, energy and money on this piece of garbage.

      One could get a Hyundai Sonata V6 for roughly the same price, get a better interior, better perfomance and can achieve the same fuel economy. Not to mention traction control comes standard. This car embodies everything that is wrong with Chrysler right now.