Refreshed 2011 Dodge Avenger

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It's clear now that Chrysler is planning on "refreshing" many models with their all-new Pentastar engine. This is exactly what the 2011 Dodge Avenger has received, as well as a new interior, better powertrain choices, and a more aggressive suspension. Minor adjustments have been made to the exterior features, but notable is a revised lower front fascia and the addition of LED tail lamps out in back. The refresh is considerably milder than what we see on the Chrysler 200 twin.

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Inside, you'll instantly notice the difference between the new and old cabins in terms of overall quality. The vehicle is powered by a recalibrated version of its 2.4-liter inline-four, mated to a new six-speed automatic transmission. The new Pentastar V6, as mentioned above, will also be available. One of the finer refreshments is the reworked suspension geometry. A series of redesigns now provide a more precise feeling and better level of engagement. No word on pricing yet, but we can expect to learn more closer to the 2011 arrival date.

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