Offering bold, muscle car-like styling combined with a comfortable ride, predictable handling and reasonable fuel economy, the all-new is the of the segment. Far from a ham-fisted hunk of steel, the Avenger offers an impressive list of comfort and convenience options, such as a navigation system with real-time traffic information and a heated and cooled cupholder. The Avenger is also one of the few cars in the segment to offer all-wheel drive.
The all-new Avenger replaces the Dodge Stratus and offers mid-size shoppers a combination of bold styling and interesting and appealing in-cabin features.
Before it was discontinued in 2014, the Dodge Avenger was ranked the most American made sedan by American University’s Kogod School of Business, in its , taking its place as just one in a line of Dodge models that had earned the same distinction. The 2014 Dodge Avenger was replaced by the 2015 Chrysler 200.
Compared to the best interiors in the segment - more and more of which are beginning to mimic the look and feel of a premium sedan's - the Avenger's passenger cabin sends out more of an entry-level vibe. On the other hand, its options list is one of the most sophisticated in the segment, with a hard-drive navigation/entertainment/communication system, rear-seat DVD entertainment system and a heated and cooled cupholder. In between the base cloth and available leather seating, the Avenger offers an exceptionally stain-resistant seat fabric called YES Essentials(r). A fold-flat passenger seat doubles as a dinner table or desktop and, combined with the fold-flat rear seats, helps accommodate longer cargo.