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    Default Dodge is bringing back the Dart!! (kinda....)

    If it wasn't FWD I would seriously consider buying one. Esp at the starting price of 17K.

    http://www.dodge.com/en/2013/dart/

    http://www.insideline.com/dodge/dart...auto-show.html
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    Yea... I had seen that the other day, And I must say~It sucks!!!
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    Mostly because to me it bares no resemblance to the Darts of the past, Just some new car (Euro Design) with the "Dart" Name tagged on it.
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    Meh, we already have a mitsubishi galant, we call it the galant.

    Stamping a dodge badge on it though, you'll be able to pick it up for $3k by the end of this year.
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    Dodge just killing another classic name. Like remaking the Charger and making it a 4 door.
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    The badging makes it look like it says Dodge Dort.
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    It does say "DORT"

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    I was more excited about rumours that the 2015 Dodge Challenger replacement will be a "Barracuda". Supposedly it will be smaller (more like the size of a Hyundai Genesis Coupe) sportier style car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tbird-fanatic View Post
    Dodge just killing another classic name. Like remaking the Charger and making it a 4 door.
    my feelings exactly.. they did ok with the challenger, though.. it does have some of the classic styling, but they made it too bulky

    Quote Originally Posted by 50tbrd88 View Post
    I was more excited about rumours that the 2015 Dodge Challenger replacement will be a "Barracuda". Supposedly it will be smaller (more like the size of a Hyundai Genesis Coupe) sportier style car.
    if i remember right, they've had a 'cuda concept car for a few years now.. it was a lot like the challenger in it's 'retro' styling, but also much like the challenger in the aspect of size
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