2024 Dodge Hornet Interior and Cargo

Dodge Hornet Interior & Cargo Rating

2024 Hornet Interior

The interior of the Dodge Hornet is attractive and high-tech, presenting the driver with dual screens - a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster and a 10.25-inch center touchscreen for the infotainment system, tilted ever so slightly toward the driver. The layout inside the Hornet is very similar to the Tonale and it's clear that the dashboard hard points are the same, but Dodge has gone its own way with the detailing and uses different air vents and screen graphics. Unfortunately, the steering wheel is all but identical, save for the badge and some additional satin-chrome trim in the Hornet. The same gear shifter is used in both and unlike many modern cars, it's big, takes up plenty of space on the center console, and sits quite high up. Red accents and other sporty touches can be seen and most of the materials are classy and of high quality, although there are quite a few cheaper, brittle plastics on display, just like in the Tonale.

2024 Hornet Interior Photos

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2024 Dodge Hornet Dashboard
2024 Dodge Hornet Driver Area
2024 Dodge Hornet Steering Wheel

Seating and Interior Space

The Dodge Hornet's seats are a bit firm and unyielding at first acquaintance, but general seating comfort and support are good. There is certainly no shortage of interior space in the front cabin, with headroom and legroom figures of 38.8 and 41.7 inches, respectively. In the rear, the Hornet is a bit tight, but the feeling could be exacerbated by the dark furnishings, because the bald figures aren't bad, with 38.2 inches of headroom and 38 inches of legroom. A CX-30 has less space in the second row, but the CR-V is significantly roomier.

2024 Dodge Hornet Interior Dimensions:

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Interior Colors and Materials

You don't get a choice in interior colors for the Dodge Hornet GT, with only black available. Upholstery is in a cloth/leatherette combination. The GT Plus gets genuine leather upholstery, also in black, but red leather can be had for $495 extra. The optional $2,995 Track Pack comes with black Alcantara upholstery exclusively, with unique "red crust" accents, unique perforation, and an embroidered Dodge Rhombi logos. A black cloth headliner and a leather-trimmed three-spoke steering wheel are common to all trims.

2024 Hornet Trunk and Cargo Space

With 27 cubic feet available behind the second row, the Dodge Hornet's cargo space is competitive for its exterior size and once again falls between that of its larger and smaller rivals. There is a pass-through feature that allows you to keep the rear seat up, yet still carry long, thin items such as skis. Trunk volume can be increased to 54.7 cu-ft by folding down the 60/40-split rear seat. These figures are for the gas GT trims and the under-floor hybrid gubbins eat up some space, leaving the R/T trims with 22.9 cu-ft of cargo space with the seats up and 50.5 cu-ft with them folded.

Oddments space isn't great. There is a glove compartment, but the center-console storage bin is small and the big gear shifter wastes space that could have been used for storage. Ahead of said shifter is a nook to store your phone and this is also the wireless charging pad when fitted. Front passengers get two cupholders in the center console and there is an overhead console with a bit of storage space, but the bottle holders are small. There are almost no hideyholes for the rear-seat passengers to put things, although they do have access to their own cupholders in the fold-down central armrest.

2024 Dodge Hornet Trunk and Cargo Space Photos

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2024 Dodge Hornet Armrest
2024 Dodge Hornet Glove Box
2024 Dodge Hornet Side View

2024 Hornet Infotainment and Features


Even the normal GT is well-equipped and comes as standard with features such as keyless entry, push-button start, a digital compass, dual-zone climate control with rear-seat air vents, one-touch up-and-down power windows all around, and a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster. The seats are quite basic, with six-way manual adjustment for those in front. Standard driver assists are comprehensive and include adaptive cruise control, forward-collision warning, traffic-sign recognition, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and lane-keep assist. Higher trims get heated and ventilated eight-way power front seats, a sunroof, and a heated steering wheel. There are very few standalone extras and most of them are part of packages, such as Alcantara upholstery and additional driver assists such as a surround-view camera and front parking sensors.


The infotainment system runs Uconnect 5 software that appears to suffer a few glitches and needs some refining to reduce lag. Nevertheless, the system comes with a 10.25-inch landscape-style touchscreen, SiriusXM, Bluetooth audio streaming, voice commands, an AM/FM radio, wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Amazon Alexa integration, a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, dual USB ports, and a six-speaker audio system. The Plus trim upgrades this system further by adding navigation, HD Radio, a wireless charging pad, and a 14-speaker Harman Kardon audio system.


How big is the 2023 Dodge Hornet’s trunk?

There is 27 cu-ft of storage space with the second row in use and 54.7 cu-ft with it folded down in the gas GT trims. In the PHEV R/T trims, these figures are 22.9 and 50.5 cu-ft.

How many seats does the Dodge Hornet have?

There is space for a maximum of five passengers in two rows, but only two adults will be comfortable in the rear over longer distances.

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