The Dodge Dart is the sort of car Al Bundy would have driven if he didn’t mistake a Dodge for his Plymouth Duster. But take another look at it, start smiling, and get a cheap one while you still can.
This is what happens when you enter a 1975 Dodge Dart hillclimb car in a snowbound rallycross. You get a masterclass of car control.
Grain of salt alert: While traipsing around the Chrysler show at the Woodward Dream Cruise, we overheard someone in the know saying that the much-hyped Dart SRT will have SRT power, but not the SRT badge. Allegedly. (This was tacked on to a believable rumor that 2017 will bring revised 2.0 and 2.4 Tigershark engines.)
Dodge has officially snuffed out my fever dreams of a 707 horsepower V8 AWD compact car, giving a clear denial of a Dart Hellcat at their recent press conference.
This is the Fiat Ottimo, which is a China-only rebadge of the Dodge Dart. The hatchback just debuted at the Guangzhou Auto Show and it looks pretty sweet.
A non-boosted 2.4-liter four-cylinder mated to a conventional automatic is supposed to be the powertrain fix for the Dodge Dart in 2014 that will get the car on more people's shopping lists. But that might change if Chrysler engineers stick a V6 up front soon.
This drawing of a Fiat Viaggio wagon supposedly leaked from a Fiat product presentation in China, where the drawing is currently making the rounds. Is it the Dodge Dart wagon of our dreams?
A Dodge Dart packed with Mopar goodies will be displayed at the Chicago Auto Show, making it the fourth special-edition Mopar-badged vehicle since Fiat's takeover in 2009. This angry beast is going to be as rare as another product we can thanks Sergio Marchionne for, the Ferrari "F150," as only 500 numbered units will…
Dodge has decided the best way to light a fire under Dart sales is to start crowdfunding them. That's why they've started the Dodge Dart Registry, and it's probably the bro-iest idea ever.
The new Dodge Dart is a great looking little Italo-American sedan, but it doesn't have much to offer the enthusiast. Hoping to remedy this, Dodge unveiled a new Dart model at the Detroit show today with a bit more power and a sportier suspension. It's called the Dart GT.
Dodge will be showing a new GT variant of the Dart at the Detroit Auto Show next week, which is basically a renamed version of the R/T that was supposed to debut in 2012.
Pulitzer Prize-winning auto scribe and noted foppish clothing enthusiast Dan Neil recently did the gutsy but rarely-seen-in-this-business move of admitting to all his mistakes and misfires in 2012.
They've barely made it to dealer lots, but it appears an intoxicated 16 year old has already managed to crash a 2013 Dodge Dart into a house in Rochester Hills, Mi.
"It is eating me alive. Literally. It is killing me. Literally." I hope those are the first words of nerd/sex/techblogger Jen Friel's write up of the Dodge Dart, which she's currently in Austin reviewing on an all-expense paid trip from Chrysler, and not just the painfully hyperbolic moaning of an oversharing blogger.
Dodge has announced the pricing for the 2013 Dodge Dart. In base trim, pricing starts at $15,995, the up-spec Limited is $19,995, and the top-spec R/T is $22,495. Remember to add the $950 destination fee to each of those for their real-world prices.
Chrysler's Mopar aftermarket division is now the first automaker to offer in-vehicle wireless charging for your mobile devices. Yes, for just $199.99 (plus installation cost), you can get something like a Powermat for your car.
Rallycross takes competition rally cars, adds a ton of power, and puts them in wheel-to-wheel racing. It is a videogame come to life. Thus we're excited to see SRT Motorsport's new 600-horsepower, four-wheel-drive rallycross Dodge Dart in the flesh and with Travis Pastrana at the wheel.