2013 Dodge Avenger near Salt Lake City
There are no significant changes for 2013. The Dodge Avenger is a great car that is very pleasant to drive, very quiet, has greta suspension and nis overall a fun car to drive. There are a choice between two engines, an I-4 and a V-6. The I-4 engine offers 173 horsepower and 166 lb. ft. of torque, and the V-6 engine produces 283 horsepower. This mid-size has earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Pick award. Avenger comes standard with six airbags, electronic stability control and anti-lock brakes. If you are in search of a new Avenger in the West Valley, Orem, Lehi, Draper, West Jordan, South Jordan, Riverton, Murray, Bountiful, or Ogden UT area, Ken Garff West Valley Dodge Chrysler Jeep is your answer, view our large inventory today.
2013 Dodge Avenger Power & Handling
Both the base four-cylinder engine and the upgrade V6 are strong, with good fuel economy ratings. Handling is light and responsive around town. The ride is smooth, even over bad pavement, and the Avenger is generally quiet. The transmission is smooth and shift exactly at the time you want it to, and it doesn't up shift or down shift at the wrong times. There's very little body roll or undulation, better isolation of road shock, better steering precision and increased grip, thanks to wider tires.
2013 Avenger Edge Design
The crosshair grille is a Dodge trademark. There are twin character lines on the hood, deep enough that you can see they're V-shaped. The Avenger R/T, is most likely to stand out from the pack. It's easy to spot for its monochrome paint scheme, black headlight background and go-fast slash stripes on the front fenders.
'13 Dodge Avenger Lineup
Avenger SE is powered by a 2.4-liter, 173-horsepower I4, matched to a 4-speed automatic. Avenger SE comes standard with manual air conditioning, power windows, mirrors and remote locks, four-speaker audio with CD, cruise control, rear-window defroster and 17-inch steel wheels with plastic covers. SE options: SiriusXM satellite radio with one year subscription, Dodge's Uconnect voice command system with Bluetooth connectivity, and an engine-block heater.
Avenger SE V6 is equipped identically, except that it comes with a 3.6-liter, 283-hp V6 and a 6-speed automatic.
Avenger SXT comes with the four-cylinder, but upgrades to a 6-speed automatic. SXT also upgrades to eight-way power driver seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, six-speaker audio with SiriusXM, automatic temperature control, body-color heated exterior mirrors and 17-inch aluminum wheels.
Avenger SXT Plus comes standard with the V6, premium cloth seats with red stitching, a 6.5-inch touch-screen media center, fog lamps, rear deck lid spoiler and 18-inch aluminum wheels. SXT options include a cold weather package with heated seats and remote start, a power sunroof and a Sun/Sound Package that adds the sunroof, GPS navigation and 276-watt Boston Acoustics audio.
Avenger R/T is the sport model, with the V6, firmer suspension, leather-bolstered sport seats and unique graphics inside and out. It comes standard with the cold weather package and Boston Acoustics audio. Options are limited to the sunroof and navigation.
Recent improvements make the 2013 Dodge Avenger a contender, delivering more bang for the buck than most competitors. It's roomy, quiet, straightforward and effective, like the car in general. The ride/handling balance is excellent. With a choice of engines and a range of models, the Avenger mates value and features with prices that are hard to beat.