Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Dodge Avenger

The 2011 Dodge Avenger has allegedly been reengineered from the ground up. But in terms of styling, you’d be hard pressed to spot the difference.

Dodge says that it has imparted a plethora of changes to the mid-sized sedan, with the exterior gaining cleaner and more aggressive lines. Taking in the front of the car, a new, more sculpted front face accompanies the signature Dodge 'split crosshair' grille as well as lower bumper revisions. Elsewhere, the rear bumper has also been revised to suit the cars' more sporting intentions, whilst new light pods front and rear round out the exterior changes.

As with all of Chrysler’s products for 2011, the predominate focus has been on upping the interior quality of its cars. Therefore, once again, the biggest changes for 2011 are found on the inside of the Avenger with an interior benchmarked against European rivals. Utilizing more tactile materials, a new instrument panel, bezels, gauge faces and an all-new multifunction steering wheel, Dodge aims to transform the outgoing model's interior.

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