|2013 Dodge Dart||2013 Honda Civic|
|160 HP||Horsepower||140 HP|
|15.8-Gallon Tank||Fuel Capacity||13.2-Gallon Tank|
|110.3 Cubic Feet||Interior Space||94.9 Cubic Feet|
2013 Dodge Dart vs 2013 Honda Civic
Dodge didn’t bring back the Dart nameplate for nothing. It brought it back to put it on a car that deserved it. Such is the 2013 Dodge Dart in Kenosha. In the competition of 2013 Dodge Dart vs. 2013 Honda Civic, the Dart is clearly superior in many areas. Depending on the engine it is fitted with, the Dart gets better fuel mileage while also having better performance numbers than the Civic. Add in more headroom, better fuel capacity – and even a lower MSRP, and it’s pretty obvious which vehicle is the one to go with.
So Many Options
When making the decision of 2013 Dodge Dart vs. 2013 Honda Civic, it should be noted that the Dart is highly customizable. This means that consumers can get a Dodge Dart that fits their needs perfectly. One of the big choices that needs to be made is which engine to go with. There are three options, with every one having its unique characteristics that make it stand out. The options include a 2.0-liter Tigershark four-cylinder engine, a 1.4-liter four-cylinder or a 2.4-ligter Tigershark MultiAir four-cylinder. The engines top out at 184 horsepower and 41 MPG highway fuel economy.
The Most Technology
The 2013 Dodge Dart is a marvel in many areas. While the exterior styling and performance make it stand out from the competition, what is inside will impress as well. The dashboard of the Dart is labeled as the most technologically advanced in the class. Pair this with a Uconnect touchscreen system, and the Dart has everything that the technologically inclined could want. Inside and out, the Dart is clearly a standout. Check it out in person at Palmen Motors in Kenosha.