The unique and fun 2011 Dodge Caliber is available in Express, Mainstreet, Heat, Rush and Uptown trim levels. It offers the practicality and versatility of a sports utility vehicle, but throws in the fuel-efficiency ratings and handling abilities of a compact car. The Caliber is a 5-door hatchback that has changed little for the year, but of course that's because it didn't need to. All trims except for Rush are equipped with a 2.0L 158-horsepower 141 lb-ft I4 engine and the buyer's choice between a 5-speed manual or CVT transmission. Rush trims receive a power boost from a 2.4L 170-horsepower 165 lb-ft I4 with the same transmission options. All trims are front wheel-driven and require 17.7 feet of turning radius.
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Competition for the new Dodge Caliber for 2011 includes the Kia Forte ($16,895), Mazda Mazda3 ($20,045) and the Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback ($16,995). Invoice pricing for the Caliber ranges from $16,484 up to $19,464. Check for the latest financing incentives from Dodge. Standard amenities on the Caliber include:
Standard safety features for the 2011 Dodge Caliber include electronic traction and stability control, electronic brake assist, antilock brakes, loads of air bags, 30 GB harddrive navigation system and more. There's also loads of optional features for technology, convenience, comfort, performance andsafety. In essence, whatever you would like to include in your new Dodge Caliber is a distinct possibility as long as you remain within the realms of sanity. The Caliber by Dodge delivers 24/32 MPG city/highway and features estimated monthly payments of roughly $350. A 3-year 36,000-mile basic warranty is in effect.