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Dodge first used the Avenger name between 1995 and 2000 for a Mitsubishi-based coupe that was relatively sporty when compared to the rest of it lineup. It revived the name in 2008 for a sedan that has continued into 2013.
While this year brings some minor shuffling of standard equipment, the Avenger is essentially a carryover from the 2012 model year. The 2013 Dodge Avenger comes in a quartet of models: SE, SE V6, SXT, and R/T. The base SE model includes amenities like A/C, an audio system and steel wheels. The SE V6 adds a more powerful engine and upgraded trim. The SXT features alloy wheels, upgraded cloth seating, and a premium audio system. The R/T adds performance items like a sport-tuned suspension and larger wheels.
The Avenger also has several option groups. The Smoker’s Package adds a cigar lighter and removable ashtray. The Sun and Sound Group includes a power sunroof, upgraded Uconnect 730N audio system with a 40 GB hard drive, GPS-based navigation with touchscreen, and a one-year subscription to SiriusXM. The Cold Weather Group, meanwhile, has heated front seats and a remote starter. The Rallye Appearance Group tosses in 18-by-7-inch aluminum wheels, black headlight bezels, a body-color grille and a rear spoiler. The Blacktop Package includes 18-by-7-inch gloss-black aluminum wheels, a gloss-black grille, gloss-black headlamp bezels and a rear spoiler.
The 2013 Dodge Avenger’s base level trim is known as the SE trim level. The 2013 Avenger SE comes standard with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 173 horsepower and hooks up to a four-speed automatic transmission. On the outside, this trim level comes standard with 17-inch steel wheels with hubcaps to help keep the base MSRP low but still offer a nice ride, a chrome-look grille to add a luxurious look to the base format, LED taillights to allow following cars to see you stopping and turning, and four-wheel disc brakes to bring the sedan to a stop effectively. Inside the cabin, the SE comes standard with air conditioning to keep the passenger’s comfortable, a Uconnect 130 audio system with AM/FM/CD, four speakers and an MP3 jack, premium cloth seating for superior comfort, and power windows and door locks for added convenience.
The SXT trim level adds more to the Avenger lineup by building onto the SE trim level with higher-end features. On the outside, the SXT adds in a six-speed automatic transmission with AutoStick for better mpg and a smoother drive, 17-inch aluminum wheels for a luxury look and ride, projector fog lamps to allow for safer foggy-weather driving, and body-colored power heated mirrors for those living in cooler climates. In the cabin, the SXT adds in an eight-way power driver’s seat for simple adjustments, a six-speaker sound system with SiriusXM for better sound quality, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter knob for a more luxurious feel, and automatic climate control for optimal cabin-temperature control.
The R/T trim level is the performance model for the 2013 Avenger and its starts off with all of the basic features found in the SXT trim level. Under the hood, the R/T trim level adds in a 283-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6 engine. On the outside, the R/T adds in a dual-exhaust system with chrome-look tips for a muscular look, 18-inch Rallye-design rims for a sporty look, and a sport-tuned suspension system and precision power steering for better handling. Inside the cabin, the R/T trim level adds in performance seats with leather bolsters for a sportier look and great feel, and a Uconnect 430 System with 276-watt amplifier, CD/DVD/MP3 capabilities, hard-drive storage, 6.5-inch touchscreen and six Boston Acoustic speakers for great sounding audio.
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