The 2008 Avenger R/T, a good enough Dodge

Dodge are going to launch a new model, and an expected one too. The 2008 Avenger R/T mid-size sedan is maybe not about revenge, but a little about come-backs. Why about come-backs? Because it looks like the Charger, a dear model to all Dodge fans, and also resembles the 300 in the exterior design. The 2008 Avenger also vaguely reminds of the Mopar muscle-car.

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The 2008 Dodge Avenger R/T is powered by a 3.5-liter V6, pretty powerful as Dodge usually uses. Still, the Avenger is a heavy vehicle, at 3568 lb curb weight. So the 235 hp at 65000 rpm, that could otherwise seem a lot, don’t burst out all that much force, torque is 232 lb-ft at 4000 rpm. Worse is the transmission, that many testers have already complained of. It seems the drive is noisy, mainly because of the transmission and the engine that isn’t tuned right. Also, the fact that the 2008 Avenger has a six-speed automatic transmission could be boring for drivers that like a sports-like feel to their car.

Exterior design is probably the best thing about this Dodge. A lot more stylish than the Sebring, it still has the massive look that such a car should have. Typical Dodge front end and rear quarter-panels make the car bad and mad, and also give an illusion of a bigger size than this sedan really has. Interior is also good-looking, pretty much in the classic Dodge line. Seats are two-tone, which looks good enough. Other pluses are the quality materials used, the feel of the steering-wheel, the funny rear-seat video game system, and an excellent stereo.

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Even if setbacks can be named, the 2008 Dodge Avenger is a good acquisition for $28,895, combining sheer force with elegance and agility. Consumption is 19 mpg, and the car will be on sale from 29 May forth.

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