Dodge Tarts Up the Dart

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Dodge continues to update its new Dart sedan with a pair of special editions that add style and some new convenience features.

Since its reveal last summer, the new Dart has helped Dodge get back on track in building a fun-driving car that's high in quality and low on problems. In other words, it's a huge improvement over the old Caliber. And now Dodge has unveiled a pair of special edition packages called the SXT Special Edition and the Limited Special Edition. For an additional $595, the SXT package adds a black crosshair grille, tinted headlights, LED taillights, integrated dual exhaust, and some underbody aerodynamic treatment.

The SXT's interior features a leather-wrapped steering wheel, remote start, a trip computer, vehicle information screen and a tire pressure monitoring system. Buyers can also opt for the $395 Rallye Appearance Group which adds unique badges, 17" black aluminum wheels and a black front fascia. The Limited Special Edition Dart will cost an additional $1,810 and tacks on Nappa leather seating, heated front seats and steering wheel, power sunroof, LED taillamps, Sirius/XM Satellite radio, an 8.4" inch touch screen and dual-zone climate control.

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