The Dodge Dart is a vehicle with impressive efficiency and a sporty performance that is sure to improve any daily commute. For drivers looking to spend less on fuel and enjoy their driving experience a little more, the 2016 Dodge Dart is a great option. Today, we'll compare the 2016 Dodge Dart and 2016 Toyota Corolla to showcase the differences between and the two and highlight the truly impressive performance and features that you'll find as the potential owner of the 2016 Dodge Dart.
If you are interested in taking the 2016 Dart for a test drive, give us a call or schedule your test drive appointment online. Our friendly professional team is here to answer any questions you have about our inventory options or the financing process at Palmen Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Racine. When you're considering purchasing either the 2016 Dodge Dart or 2016 Toyota Corolla, it comes down to differences in power and style. The confident and aggressive Dart gets nearly the same fuel economy rating, but offers more power, more torque, and an equally affordable price.
Looking more deeply into the performance of the 2016 Dodge Dart, you can see that the horsepower and torque ratings are much higher than those of the Corolla. The base 2.0-liter engine produces 160 horsepower and 148 lb-ft of torque, making it both fun to drive and responsive when you accelerate. Both sedans get over 35 miles per gallon on the highway, meaning that when you drive the Corolla, you're sacrificing power and speed without much of a gain in efficiency. The style of the two vehicles differs greatly as well.
The sportier and more aggressive Dodge Dart stands out with it's smaller grille and streamlined body shape. The Corolla's more traditional appearance harkens to other vehicles in the Toyota lineup, but also offers a modern design that looks great on the road. On the interior, both compact sedans have room for four adults to sit comfortably. The front bucket seats offer a more cockpit-like feeling in the Dart, giving the lucky driver a sportier experience inside and out. High-tech options for both vehicles includes Bluetooth compatibility, first-row LCD screens, a voice-activated navigation system, and a rear view camera.