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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.