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542013 Dodge Dart Aero fuel miser priced from $19,295*

Hitting at least 40 miles per gallon is practically a necessity to compete in the compact car segment these days, and the 2013 Dodge Dart has hit this mark with the all-new Aero package. The Dart Aero is Dodge's fuel economy package for the car that starts at $19,295 (not including the $795 destination charge), and while Hyundai has been saving the asterisks since 2010, many other automakers use a similar method to get that magic 40-mpg rating onto the Monroney label.

19Fiat MultiAir captures Popular Science "Best of What's New" award

We've discussed Fiat's revolutionary MultiAir technology several times before and admit it's simply a shame that this fuel-saving system is unavailable in the U.S. right now, but that's about to change. When the Fiat 500 hits your local Chrysler dealer, MultiAir technology will have officially made its U.S. debut. MultiAir cuts fuel consumption by up to ten percent and reduces emissions by the same amount through a simple, cost-effective system that makes on-the-fly adjustments to the engine's i

3Chrysler announces $179 million investment in Dundee plant to build Fiat Multiair engines

In a none-too-shocking announcement, Chrysler has said it will invest $179 million to convert its engine plant in Dundee, Michigan, from building the so-called World Engine to Fiat's 1.4-liter Fully Integrated Robotized Engine. Back in September, Chrysler bought out its former partners Hyundai and Mitsubishi so that it could utilize the Dundee facilities to build the new Multiair powerplants.

27Chrysler announces $179 million investment in Dundee plant to build Fiat Multiair engines

In a none-too-shocking announcement, Chrysler announced plans to invest $179 million to convert its engine plant in Dundee, MI, from building the so-called World Engine to Fiat's 1.4-liter Fully Integrated Robotized Engine. Back in September, Chrysler bought out its former partners Hyundai and Mitsubishi so that it could utilize the Dundee facilities to build the new Multiair powerplants.

25Not So Fast: Alfa Romeo not working on Multiair V8

It's been 32 years since Alfa Romeo put out its own V8: a 2.6-liter, 197 hp mill fitted to the Montreal model that bowed out in 1977. And with emission regs what they are today, it looks like we may have to wait even longer.

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