Dodge Avenger Parts And Dodge Avenger Accessories
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The Dodge Avenger first made its debut in the automotive industry back in 1995. It is a mid-sized coupe that features a spacious cabin, a reliable performance, and an outstanding ride comfort. Despite this model\'s success, Dodge stopped the production of this model in 2000. Seven years after the last Avenger coupe was made, the company revived its name once again and used it on the four-door sedan that it introduced in the automotive market back in 2008. Despite the similarity in model names, these two vehicles are worlds apart when it comes to their features, specifications, and reliability.
The first Dodge Avenger was a two-door coupe that features a transverse front-engine layout and a front-wheel drive configuration. It was constructed on a 103.2-inch wheelbase with a length of around 190 inches and a width of about 96 inches. With a height of up to 53 inches, the overall size of this vehicle makes it roomy enough to provide a comfortable ride.
Conversely, the second generation of Dodge Avenger has a four-door sedan body style with a transverse front-engine layout. The Avenger sedan also comes with a standard front-wheel drive and an optional all-wheel drive configuration. It\'s built on a wheelbase that\'s 5 inches larger than the original Avenger coupe. With a length of 190.9 inches, a width of 71.8 inches, and a height of 58.9 inches, the body of the new Avenger is definitely a lot narrower and taller than the old one.
The Avenger coupe has a 2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine that has a power rating of up to 140 hp. This engine is paired with either a five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic one. A 2.5-liter V6 gasoline engine with an A604 transmission is also available for this vehicle. Although its engine and transmission specifications aren\'t exactly what you\'d consider as awe-worthy, the Avenger Coupe still boasts a pleasing performance especially back in the 1990s.
Moreover, the Dodge Avenger sedan comes with a standard four-cylinder engine with a power rating of up to 173 hp. Aside from this base engine, there are also other engine choice available for this model including a 2.0-liter World I4 and a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine. The Dodge Avenger sedan also comes with a four-speed automatic, five-speed manual, and six-speed automatic transmission types. Its wide array of engine and transmission choices is a good way to improve its poor overall ride performance.
Both the Dodge Avenger coupe and sedan features a wide array of useful accessories that can significantly improve the overall ride comfort and safety. This includes the leather seats, airbags, spoilers, lighting assemblies, cruise control, and infotainment systems. Despite the mediocre interior and exterior design of the Dodge Avenger, this model still features sturdy body panels that are sure to last for quite a while. Moreover, the brake, wheel, and suspension components of this model have also been upgraded to deliver better handling and braking performance, as well as improved ride stability.