Like its platform-mate, the Avenger, the Dodge Caliber has been much improved in the recent past, just not quite enough. The interior is still not as good as those of its rivals, despite the surprising amount of equipment that you get as standard. Then there is the issue of how it looks. Somewhere between a crossover and a small hatchback, the proportions of the vehicle strike many as being wrong in almost every conceivable way. The Caliber does have some fans though, and no matter how you feel about, there is no denying that you get a lot of car for your money.
|SE||Inline-4 Gas||5-Speed Manual||Front Wheel Drive||$16,944||$17,380|
|SXT Plus||Inline-4 Gas||5-Speed Manual||Front Wheel Drive||$18,199||$18,730|
|SXT||Inline-4 Gas||Continuously Variable Automatic (CVT)||Front Wheel Drive||$18,232||$18,765|
|Rush||Inline-4 Gas||TBC||Front Wheel Drive||$19,859||$20,515|
|Uptown||Inline-4 Gas||TBC||Front Wheel Drive||$20,571||$21,280|