2011 Dodge Caliber Review and Prices
About 2011 Dodge Caliber
It has been three years since the initial launching of the Caliber model in the market. Ever since, it has earned the right to be called one of the popular cars in the market. The assembly plant working behind the model releases were available to address quality concerns amongst its customer base, which for a while became the initial black eye for the series. Things have gone a long way since and the arrival of the 2011 Dodge Caliber is the perfect example of that.
First off, the exterior design and styling for the 2011 Dodge Caliber, the wheelbase is a cross between the first- and second-generation models with a measurement of 103.7 inches. The overall body measurement is wider by as much as 1.4 inches and increases its total height by up to 4.4 inches. The styling elements incorporated into the body though makes it seem taller than it actually is.
When you closely examine the interiors of the 2011 Dodge Caliber though, you will soon find yourself with a bevy of features that are expected of an entry-level compact vehicle. However, a lot of these features are optional instead of being equipped right into the vehicle, so you can incorporate them into yours with a few extra charges. Some of these features available include standard side-curtain airbags, dual-purpose removable flashlight, nine-speaker sound system with subwoofer, floor console sliding armrest, and a unique flip pocket for storing your digital music players like iPod or MP3, or your cellphone.
Moving over to the engine power, the 2011 Dodge Caliber is built with a 1.8-liter engine for its base that is coupled with a five-speed manual transmission system as the base option. You can also opt for larger engines to get more rev up your engine and those are coupled with a CVT or continuous variable timing system for more driving precision. You can also get impressive numbers when it comes to the fuel economy rating for this vehicle and its engine, which is approximately 23 mpg on the city and 27 mpg on the highway for the Automatic version.
Pro’s of 2011 Dodge Caliber
*It has reliable horsepower and torque ability;
*2011 Caliber comes with decent fuel economy rating;
*It has a full range of interior features;
*Easy to maintain and clean interior materials;
*Adaptive driving mechanism to suit any driving situation;
*Dodge 2011 Caliber has met and complied all safety regulations while also earning impressive score on all crash tests.
Con’s of 2011 Dodge Caliber
*There are currently no known drawbacks for Dodge Caliber 2011, although more information will be made available on it can be put into a road test.
When the first-generation of Dodge Caliber vehicles came out in 2007, it was sold at a starting price of $13,985 and was marketed to as much as 100 countries worldwide. For this year’s edition, there are a lot of new incorporations and enhancements that increased the base price to $16,880. There is also a wide price range given the many different features you can equip your vehicle with, such that the most expensive model can be priced at $20,085.
The Bottom Line
The 2011 Dodge Caliber is equipped with a set of improvements and refinements that give the idea that this model is out to compete. What it gives you is options and that is something that consumers like such that they can maximize the value for their money to adapt into their lifestyle and driving needs.