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Vehicle:New 2013 Dodge Avenger
Trim:4dr FWD Sedan SE
(standard)4-Speed Automatic VLP
(optional)6-Speed Automatic (62TE)
Model Code:JSDH41/27Y
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Body Style:Mid-Size Cars
Vehicle Size:Midsize
Drive Type:FWD
Seating Capacity:5/5 passengers
Engine Block:I
Engline Type:Gas
Displacement:2.4 L.
Compression Ratio:10.5:1
Torque:166ft-lbs @ 4400 rpm
Horsepower:173hp @ 6000 rpm
Fuel Type:Regular unleaded
Fuel Capacity:16.9 gal.
Fuel Economy:*21/29
Wheelbase:108.9 in.
Overall Length:192.6 in.
Vehicle Width:72.8 in.
Vehicle Height:58.4 in.
Luggage Capacity:13.5 ft3.
Cargo Capacity:13.5 ft3.
Curb Weight:3400 lbs.
Gross Weight:4600 lbs.
Towing Capacity:1000 lbs.
Turning Circle: 36.6 ft.
Front Headroom:40.0 in.
Front Legroom:42.4 in.
Rear Headroom:38.3 in.
Rear Legroom:36.2 in.
9.4 seconds
21 29
City Hwy
* Actual mileage will vary with options, actual driving conditions, driving habits and the vehicle's condition. Based on 2014 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition, and other factors.

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True Blue Pearlcoat
Blue Streak Pearlcoat
Crystal Blue Pearlcoat
Tungsten Metallic Clearcoat
Redline 2 Coat Pearl
Billet Silver Metallic Clearcoat
Bright White Clearcoat
Black Clearcoat

Interior Colors
Black (X9)
Light Frost Beige/Black (XL)

Basic3 Years / 36,000 Miles
Drivetrain5 Years / 100,000 Miles
Roadside5 Years / 100,000 Miles
Rust5 Years / 100,000 Miles

The Dodge Avenger is an attractive midsize sedan, most notably for its sporty features and standard equipment which it typically found in higher class vehicles.The Dodge Avenger is offered in three trim levels: SE, SXT, and R/T. Two engine choices are offered on the Avenger, a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, or a 3.6-liter flex-fuel V6 engine. Four cylinder engines can be had with either a four-speed automatic transmission, or six-speed automatic transmission with manual shift mode. The V6 engine is matched to a six-speed automatic transmission with manual shift mode. Standard and optional equipment include leather wrapped steering wheel, heated front seats, cruise control, LED brake lights, aluminum wheels, multimedia center with 28 gigabytes of internal memory, USB port, and Bluetooth streaming audio. Safety features found on every Avenger include stability and traction control systems, anti-lock brakes with brake assist, active front head restraints, six airbags, tire pressure monitoring and a security system.For 2013, the lineup has been simplified by removing the SXT Plus trim. The SXT trim now features fully automatic headlights and fog lights as standard equipment.
Model Reviews
Midsize sedan is powerful, comfortable.
The Dodge Avenger is an honest, straightforward sedan at a good price.In certain respects it's less sophisticated than some competitors, but it's powerful, comfortable and reasonably economical to operate.It's also quiet and pleasant to drive.

Avenger was launched as a 2008 model.A thorough update for the 2011 model year made the Avenger much more competitive in key areas.Avenger R/T joined the lineup for 2012.Avenger carries over to 2013 unchanged.

Dodge calls the Avenger America's most affordable mid-size sedan, and based on current retail prices, we can't disagree.Yet the Avenger isn't just selling price.Both the base four-cylinder engine and the upgrade V6 deliver excellent power and competitive mileage ratings.We might call it a mid-size package with compact value.

The 2008 Avenger appeared looking like a scaled-down version of the hot-selling, full-size Dodge Charger.Since then, the Charger has moved on to a new look, while the Avenger has remained mostly unchanged.It's still clean, tightly creased and not bad looking, but without the more dramatic proportions of the bigger car it doesn't stand out.Its basic visual impact is retrograde.

The cabin contributes to a relaxing, pleasant driving experience.The quality of the interior materials isn't the best in the class, but the Avenger is comfortable and the controls are intuitive and easy to use.

Avenger SE retails for hundreds of dollars less than the next competitive mid-size sedan, and it comes well equipped.Its 2.4-liter, 173-horsepower four-cylinder is strong and smooth, with acceleration performance that's better than adequate.With the 4-speed automatic transmission, the Avenger SE is EPA-rated at 21/30 mpg City/Highway.Avenger SXT models come with more equipment and a 6-speed automatic with the four-cylinder, increasing the EPA Highway rating to 31 mpg, for mileage ratings of 20/31 mpg.

Optional is a 283-hp, 3.6-liter V6 and a 6-speed automatic.The price is thousands less than other mid-size V6s, yet it's the most powerful V6 in its class.The Avenger V6 also out-powers every mid-size turbocharged four, while undercutting every one of them on price, too.EPA ratings are 19/29 mpg.

Avenger R/T comes with the V6, a sports suspension and racy stripes and interior treatment.Loaded with navigation and the Boston Acoustics audio upgrade, an Avenger R/T barely cracks $27,000.

The Avenger chassis is shared with the Chrysler 200, which was designed to be a convertible as well as a sedan, so the chassis is stiff and strong.You'll feel the tightness in both the cabin and handling.Dodge aced the suspension, and both ride quality and cornering response are excellent, benefits of that rigid chassis.The fine balance of comfort and handling contribute significantly to Avenger's appeal.

This mid-size has earned the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Pick award.Avenger comes standard with six airbags, electronic stability control and anti-lock brakes.

The front-drive Dodge Avenger sedan is available in three trim levels, with four- and six-cylinder engines and two different automatic transmissions.

Avenger SE ($18,995) is powered by a 2.4-liter, 173-horsepower I4, matched to a 4-speed automatic.Avenger SE comes standard with manual air conditioning, power windows, mirrors and remote locks, four-speaker audio with CD, cruise control, rear-window defroster and 17-inch steel wheels with plastic covers.SE options include SiriusXM satellite radio ($195) with one year subscription, Dodge's Uconnect ($495) voice command system with Bluetooth connectivity, and an engine-block heater ($95).

Also available is a 3.6-liter, 283-hp V6 engine ($2,700), which comes with a 6-speed automatic, aluminum wheels and a rear spoiler.

Avenger SXT ($21,695) comes with the four-cylinder and 6-speed automatic and upgrades to an eight-way power driver seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, six-speaker audio with SiriusXM, automatic temperature control, body-color heated exterior mirrors and 17-inch aluminum wheels.V6 is optional ($1,795).SXT options include media center with 6.5-inch touch screen, 40GB hard-disc drive, navigation and Sirius services ($995); power sunroof ($995); Cold Weather Group with heated front seats and remote start ($295); chromed wheels ($395).A new Blacktop Package ($595) combines a body-color grille with a black headlamp bezels, a trunk spoiler, and 18-inch black-painted aluminum wheels.

Avenger R/T ($25,495) is the sport model, with the V6, firmer suspension, leather-bolstered sport seats and unique graphics inside and out.It also comes with foglights, the cold weather package, the media center, Boston Acoustics audio, and other goodies.Options are limited to the sunroof and navigation ($695).

Safety features on all models include multi-stage front air bags, front passenger side-impact airbags, full cabin head-protection curtains, electronic stability control (ESC), four-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS), active front head restraints and tire-pressure warning.The Avenger has been rated a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety for the past four consecutive years.

The Dodge Avenger is a nice-looking car with smooth, clean lines and sharp creases.However, it does not stand out and gets lost among all the mid-size sedans.

Avenger's shape suggests the 2006-10 Charger, especially at the hips and roofline, but doesn't inspire like the Charger does.Its clean look is emphasized by the lack of cladding or ding strips on the sides and body-colored door handles and mirrors (except on the base SE).The bumpers, front and rear, are smooth.The black egg-crate grille adds visual interest.

The crosshair grille is a Dodge trademark, and the Avenger uses black crosshairs lightly outlined in chrome.There are twin character lines on the hood, deep enough that you can see they're V-shaped, but they don't do much to accentuate the length of the hood, and the headlights are not very sleek.

The Avenger R/T is the most likely model to stand out from the pack.It's easy to spot for its distinctive 10-spoke alloy wheels, black headlight background and go-fast slash stripes on the front fenders.Yet the distinctions are mostly in-your-face graphics, rather than an inherently racy shape or look.The body-colored outline of the black crosshair on the R/T grille helps.

The new Blacktop Package applies the look of the R/T to the SXT, minus the tape stripes and substituting unique black-painted alloy wheels. Most cars in the mid-size class are trying to look like sleek luxury sedans, with varying degrees of success.The Avenger says retro, period.

The prevailing impression inside the Dodge Avenger is driven by its to-the-point layout and easy, comfortable space.It's not particularly exciting, but neither is it annoying, frustrating, or inconvenient, as are many cars with interiors and controls that try to do too much or be cool.The Avenger is simple: everything in its correct place, and not too much of it.That alone makes driving more relaxing.

The dashboard is big and slabby, perhaps described as monolithic.The doors are well designed, with comfortable armrests, a good grab handle, door pockets, and small levers that make opening easy.The best part of the interior might be the expensive feel of the perforated leather on the steering wheel, standard on all but the base SE.The worst part might be some cheap looking chrome and faux aluminum trim.An interior overhaul for 2011 improved fit and finish substantially, but the Avenger's interior materials are still not best in class.

In the front seats, Avenger feels a little more enclosed than the roomiest cars in its class, partly for the massive impact of the dash, but it doesn't feel confining.The fabric on the base seats is good and rugged, though a bit boring in light colors and better in black.The front seats are comfortable for cruising and long hauls, but not as supportive as they might be in corners.Those in the sporty R/T have leather bolsters, red stitching and unique, Z-striped fabric inserts.The bolstering improves a bit, but the sport seats are still a bit too much like heavy, cushy Barcaloungers for truly aggressive driving.

The instrument package is a nicely lit cluster of three gauges, with the largest in the center and one on either inside.All models have a tach, and a fuel/temperature package on the left, with a digital display on the bottom that allows the driver to scroll various options.Still, our biggest single gripe inside the Avenger applies to the gauges, because the one on the right is very hard to see.

On the R/T, the tach gets the big spot in the center.The speedo is on the right, blocked by the wheel rim depending on where you set it, and there is no digital readout.Besides being blocked, the script on the speedometer is small and hard to read, so it's hard to note what speed you're traveling without staring at the speedo for a second.That isn't good.On other models, the speedo stays in the center, and the problem reading the right gauge (the tach) becomes a little less crucial.

The Avenger has thumb-wheel controls for cruise and audio on the steering-wheel spokes.The lights, wipers etc.on the column stalks are easy to find and operate, but the stalks themselves feel a bit more shaky or wobbly than those in some competitors.There are three big, solid, perfectly placed knobs for climate control at the bottom of the center stack.They're as good as any car gets.

Avengers equipped with the Media Center (which includes models with navigation and/or the Boston Acoustics audio upgrade) have a 6.5-touch screen in the middle of the center stack, flanked by four menu buttons and a rotary knob for volume.It makes for one of the easiest systems to use in any car.However, the screen graphics are thick and hard to read.

There's plenty of space for front passengers to put things, with two cupholders in the center console, behind a power point and audio jack.The console has a sliding armrest and a big storage box, and the glovebox holds a lot more than the owner's manual.The bins molded at the bottom of the front door panels are a bit narrow and noisy, but they work.

Some of the Avenger's rear-seat dimensions are smaller than the competition's, but we found no shortage of space.With the driver's seat set for a five-foot, eight-inch driver, there was enough legroom behind for a five-foot, eight-inch passenger to fully extend legs under the front seat, and at least five inches of headroom to spare.

The outside rear seats are contoured and comfortable, with adequate amenities.Rear passengers get the same, bright, aim-able LED map lights as those in front, two cupholders in the folding center armrest and molded bottle holders in the door bins.There's a map pocket on the back of the driver's seat, but not on the front passenger's.

The Avenger's trunk is deep, top to bottom, though the floor length going forward toward the seatback in shorter than in some competitors.The opening is large, and the lid swings high, managed by gas struts.Overall, the Avenger delivers 13.5 cubic feet of trunk space, or less than competitors like the Ford Fusion (16.0), Hyundai Sonata (16.4), Chevy Malibu (16.3) Honda Accord (15.8), Toyota Camry (15.4), and Nissan Altima (15.4).

The trunk is lined with surprisingly rich carpet, almost as good as what's inside the cabin.Our test cars had no cargo net.There's a small pass-through for long objects such as a couple of two-by-fours or fishing poles.The rear seat also splits and folds, expanding available cargo space.Still, the bulkhead behind the Avenger's rear seat limits the size of the objects the can fit from trunk to cabin, compared to some cars.And worse: There is no release on the trunk lid, so you'll have to open it with key-fob button, or the release inside the car.Trunk lid releases located on the back of the car are a handy thing to have.

Driving Impression
The value built into the Dodge Avenger jumps out in the driving, because the car is more enjoyable to drive than some of the more expensive mid-size sedans.Both the base four-cylinder engine and the upgrade V6 are strong, with good fuel economy ratings.Handling is light and responsive around town.The ride is smooth, even over bad pavement, and the Avenger is generally quiet.

Avenger's standard 2.4-liter, 173-horspepower four-cylinder is EPA-rated at 20/31 mpg City/Highway with the 6-speed automatic transmission.It feels athletic, like it's working hard but could work forever.Noise and vibration are well isolated from the cabin, and the harder you run it, the smoother the four-cylinder gets.It pushes the Avenger briskly, more than fast enough to keep up.There are some turbocharged four-cylinders in midsize cars that are faster, but those are turbos.They cost more to build, and that's reflected in the price of the car.

The optional 3.6-liter overhead cam V6 is used in a variety of Chrysler vehicles.The company claims it is both the least expensive and most powerful V6 in the mid-size class, and we've found nothing to refute that.And the V6 still delivers a respectable 19/29 mpg City/Highway EPA rating.

The 6-speed automatic transmission, standard on all but the base Avenger SE, is fine for everyday driving.In Drive, around town, the upshifts are quick enough, and smooth.This transmission isn't too slow to drop down a gear, either, and most of the time the Avenger chooses the gear you expect it to.On the highway with your foot on the floor, the upshifts feel a bit slower, but they come at the four-cylinder's 6500 rpm redline.

Operated in manual mode, we liked the 6-speed automatic a lot less.We'd hoped the buttons on the back of the steering-wheel spokes allowed manual shifting, but they turned out to be audio adjustments.The only way to shift manually is with the plus-minus slot on the shift lever.Doing so, the 6-speed was all over the place, only rarely keeping the gear we selected.Run up toward the redline and it will shift itself up.Keep the engine revving too slowly for the chosen gear, and the transmission will automatically kick down.Ironically, Dodge was among the first domestic brands to re-discover manual-automatic shifting in 1995 (the idea is older than most people realize), and back then it was much truer to the driver's commands.Now the computer brain too frequently overrules the driver's desires and intent.In short, it's best to just put it in Drive and leave it there or use the manual feature to help it along.

This all makes us wonder if maybe the 4-speed automatic in the low-dollar SE four-cylinder model is actually a disadvantage after all, especially for those committed to four-cylinder fuel economy.At the very least, the four-speed will shift less frequently.And while it drops one mpg Highway in the EPA Highway ratings (to 30), the four-speed Avenger gains one mpg City (to 21).

We really like Avenger's ride-handling balance, because it has a big impact on making it a pleasant car to drive.Dodge retuned or redesigned virtually every part of the suspension for 2011, and they aced it.There's very little body roll or undulation, better isolation of road shock, better steering precision and increased grip, thanks to wider tires.

We ran the four-cylinder Avenger at a spirited pace through a long, climbing section of curves, and were impressed by how nicely it responded to steering input, even when we pushed it.On smooth curves it dove in with accuracy, and on choppy ones it stayed stable.Bumps don't upset the Avenger.It fends them off well.There's a point where the suspension could be firmer, but that point is beyond where most people ever drive.If you want to drive like that, the Avenger R/T is for you, but it isn't required.The everyday suspension works fine, and the Avenger SE V6 may be the Avenger for closet hot-rodders on a budget.

The R/T is definitely more firmly sprung than the other Avengers are, but there isn't a serious degradation in ride quality.Its suspension tuning gives it a heavier, muscular feel, more so than we'd expect in the typical mainstream mid-size.Then there's that 283-horsepower V6, with 260 pound-feet of torque, delivering serious acceleration and a nice growl when it's floored: strong, solid but not obnoxious.

The R/T is generally quiet otherwise, notable mostly for some tire slap, and it still delivers that 29 mpg Highway rating.Too bad there's no manual transmission.That might make the Avenger R/T a truly affordable muscle car for the 2010s.

Brakes might be the weakest point in the dynamic package of the Avenger.Pedal feel is fine, and you'll notice nothing untoward around town.But when we came back down our curvy mountain and used them hard, the brakes didn't feel strong enough to encourage us to really push them.No fade, but the feel didn't inspire confidence.

Recent improvements make the Dodge Avenger a contender, delivering more bang for the buck than most competitors.Its interior still isn't the richest or most sophisticated in this class, but it's roomy, quiet, straightforward and effective, like the car in general.The ride/handling balance is excellent.With a choice of engines, a range of models and good mileage ratings, the Avenger mates value and features with prices that are hard to beat.

Sam Moses reported from Portland, Oregon; with J.P.Vettraino reporting from Detroit.

Model Lineup
Dodge Avenger SE ($18,995); SXT ($21,695); R/T ($25,495).
Assembled In
Sterling Heights, Michigan.
Options As Tested
GPS navigation ($695) with Bluetooth connectivity and one-year subscription to SiriusXM Travel Link.
Model Tested
Dodge Avenger R/T ($25,495).
New Car Test Drive
One Liner
Dodge's name for its mid-size sedan, borrowed from a World War II torpedo bomber - among other things - has always been a little mystifying. Avenging what?
Car and Driver
Liked Most
Lots of features for the price
Along with the Mazda 6, Nissan Altima and Suzuki Kizashi, the Avenger is worth a test-drive if you want a midsize sedan that's not a snooze to drive.

Standard Equipment
Wheel Covers, Full wheelStandard
Diameter, 17Standard
Width, 6.5Standard
Rim Type, None steelStandard
Spare Wheel
Rim type, SteelStandard
Spare Tire
Mount Location, Inside under cargoStandard
Size, CompactStandard
Rear Suspension Type, Multi-linkStandard
Front Suspension Classification, IndependentStandard
Front Spring Type, CoilStandard
Front Stabilizer Bar, RegularStandard
Rear Spring Type, CoilStandard
Class, TouringStandard
Independent, Four-wheelStandard
Front suspension type, StrutStandard
Headlights auto delayStandard
Exterior entry lightsStandard
Axle ratioStandard
Total Seating Capacity, 5Standard
Upholstery, Premium clothStandard
Front seat type, BucketStandard
seating capacity, 5Standard
Passenger Seat
Head Restraint Whiplash Protection, Whiplash protection systemStandard
Rear Seats
Folding, Fold forward seatbackStandard
Center armrest, With pass-thruStandard
Type, BenchStandard
Power door locks, Remote power door locksStandard
2-Stage unlocking, 2-stage unlockingStandard
Power windowsStandard
One-touch windowsStandard
Front wipers - intermittentStandard
Front wipers - speed sensitiveStandard
Privacy glassStandard
Rear defoggerStandard
Driver mirror adjustment, Power remoteStandard
Passenger mirror adjustment, Power remoteStandard
Vanity mirrors, Dual vanity mirrorsStandard
Convenience Features
Cruise control, Cruise controlStandard
Power steering, Power steeringStandard
Steering wheel, Tilt and telescopicStandard
Audio controls on steering wheel, Audio controlsStandard
Cruise controls on steering wheel, Cruise controlsStandard
Cupholders, Front and rearStandard
Remote trunk release, PowerStandard
Door pockets, Driver, passenger and rearStandard
Retained accessory power, Retained accessory powerStandard
Center Console, Full with covered storageStandard
Multi-function remote, Trunk/hatch/door/tailgateStandard
Comfort Features
Reading lights, FrontStandard
Steering wheel trim, UrethaneStandard
Dash trim, Metal-lookStandard
Floor mats, Carpet front and rearStandard
Cargo area light, Cargo area lightStandard
External tempStandard
Low fuel levelStandard
Transmission Temperature GuageStandard
Exterior Features
Audio System
Antenna Type, Integrated roofStandard
Total Number of Speakers, 4Standard
In-Dash CD, SingleStandard
Radio, AM/FM stereoStandard
left rear passenger door type, ConventionalStandard
right rear passenger door type, ConventionalStandard
Rear door type, TrunkStandard
Truck Features
Door reinforcementStandard
Head airbags, Curtain 1st and 2nd rowStandard
Passenger Airbag, YesStandard
Driver Airbag, YesStandard
Stability and Traction
Traction controlStandard
Child Safety
Child safety locks, YesStandard
Rear center seatbelt, 3-point beltStandard
Seatbelt pretensioners, FrontStandard
Number of speeds, 4Standard
Manual / automatic, AutomaticStandard
Automatic type, AutomaticStandard
Transmission Hill Holder, Transmission hill holderStandard
Max RPM, 6,000 RPMStandard
Torque, 166 lb.-ft.Standard
Valve Gear, DOHCStandard
Total Valves, 16Standard
Engine Configuration, InlineStandard
Displacement, 144 cu.in.Standard
Vehicle Emissions, ULEV IIStandard
Size, 2.4 LStandard
Horse Power, 173 hpStandard
Variable Valve Timing, Variable valve timingStandard
Max Torque RPM, 4,400 RPMStandard
Compression Ratio, 10.50 : 1Standard
Air Conditioning
Front air conditioning, ManualStandard
Air filtration, Interior air filtrationStandard
Anti-theft alarm system, YesStandard
engine immobilizer, Engine immobilizerStandard
Adjustable Front Headrests, Manual w/tiltStandard
Braking assist, Braking assist inchesStandard
Front brakes, Ventilated disc inchesStandard
ABS Brakes
ABS, 4-wheelStandard

Available Optional Equipment
The following list of optional equipment represents a combination of optional dealer and factory installed features that are AVAILABLE for this vehicle. Please note that this list is intended for informational purposes only and does not necessarily represent this specific vehicle's current features. Some of these options must be added by the manufacturer during the production process while others may be installed here at the point of purchase. If you have any questions please contact us for clarification. 
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California Emissions:
Includes the states of California, Connecticut , Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington.
50 State Emissions   * 
California Emissions States Order   * 
Federal Emissions Order Code   * 
Internal Options
160 Amp Alternator   * 
Removable Ash Tray   * 
Autostick Automatic Transmission   * 
Rear View Auto Dim Mirror w/Microphone   * 
Cigar Lighter   * 
Trunklid Spoiler   * 
Dual Chrome Exhaust Tips   * 
18.5 Gallon Fuel Tank   * 
Engine Oil Cooler   * 
Bluetooth Streaming Audio   * 
Remote USB Port   * 
Precision Power Steering   * 
17 Wheel Covers   * 
For More Info Call 888-539-7474   * 
1-Year SIRIUS Radio Service   * 
Tip Start   * 
Black Headlamp Bezels   * 
Black Grille   * 
Body Color Grille   * 
Goodyear Brand Tires   * 
Other Options
Destination Surcharge (Hawaii)   $50 
Monotone Paint Application   * 
Radio: Uconnect 130 AM/FM/CD/MP3   * 
Engine Block Heater   $95 
Engine Block Heater (Regional)   * 
Manufacturer's Statement of Origin   * 
SIRIUS Satellite Radio   $195 
Smoker's Group   $50 
Uconnect Voice Command w/Bluetooth   $595 
Blacktop Package   $595 
RALLYE Appearance Group   $595 
Front License Plate Attachment Screws   * 
Quick Order Package 24Y SE   * 
Quick Order Package 25Y SE   * 
Quick Order Package 27Y SE   * 
Seats & Seat Trim
Premium Cloth Bucket Seats   * 
Wheels & Tires
Tires: P225/55R17 BSW AS Touring   * 
Tires: P225/50R18 BSW AS Touring   * 
Wheels: 17 x 6.5 Steel   * 
Wheels: 18 x 7.0 Aluminum Chrome Clad   $695 
Wheels: 18 x 7.0 Aluminum   $295 
Wheels: 18 x 7.0 Aluminum Chrome Clad   * 
Wheels: 18 x 7.0 Gloss Black Aluminum   * 
*See dealer for details

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2013 Dodge Avenger 4dr Front-wheel Drive Sedan SE 0-OEM Supplied Custom Image


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