Alan Cesar
Alan Cesar Dork
3/14/13 12:00 a.m.
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The Dart is the new small car from the Chrysler brand, replacing the much-maligned Caliber. There's no hatchback version, and it shares blood with a compact car from the brand's European partner, Fiat. It's got a 2-liter twin-cam engine, 4-wheel disc brakes, and starts at a reasonable $19,995. That standard price for the Limited model equips it with keyless entry, power windows, a power driver's seat, and navigation. With the six-speed automatic we saw, it's rated for 34 mpg highway. Dare we say it? This might just be the next Neon—in Limited guise, a very luxurious, heavy Neon.

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