If you are looking for a regular family car that will satisfy your everyday needs, the Dodge Avenger might be just the right for you. According to the information we have got, this mid-size sedan is about to go back to the market as a 2018 model and a slightly redesigned version of its predecessor.
When it comes to exterior of the 2019 Dodge Avenger, perhaps we should warn you not to fantasize too much. If you remember the last update of this model in 2013, you will notice that little has changed on the new one. The dimensions will remain mostly the same, except for the wheelbase that could be wider. This promises improved stability and handling of the new Avenger. Most of the recognizable features will undergo at least some minor updates and rework. The front fascia of this model will probably be the first one to catch your attention. You will spot a dark radiator grille and a sportier front bumper in the same color. There are also sharper headlights and fog lights that will be using the LED technology. The rear spoiler and the LED taillights will also be slightly modernized and give a bit of a sporty appearance to the new Avenger. This model should be standing on 18-inch steel wheels and be available in three trims.
We must say that the engineers of the 2019 Dodge Avenger have paid more attention to comfort and space than to mere aesthetics. Also, you can expect a quieter cabin, where they have done their best to reduce the noise and vibrations. A driver will get a three-spoke steering wheel and numerous upgrades in terms of technology. The center console will get a media center with navigation, audio control with six speakers, voice controls, satellite radio, Bluetooth and iPod connectivity, USB ports and others. The seats are expected to be comfortable and covered in leather, at least in higher trims. Some of the safety systems that the new Avenger will include are adaptive cruise control, front and side airbags, seatbelts, anti-lock braking system, electronic traction control, electronic stability control and blind-spot monitoring.
It seems that there have been two possible versions of the engine that the 2019 Dodge Avenger will use, but this information has not been confirmed yet. It could come with the 2.4-liter engine that delivers 173 horsepower and around 122 pound-feet of torque. That engine would be mated to a six-speed manual transmission. If you want more power and better performance, higher trims will probably get the 3.6-liter V6 engine with 283 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque. It will be mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
2019 Dodge Avenger Release Date and Price
The new Dodge Avenger probably should not be expected in the market before the late 2018 or early 2019. The estimated price of the base model starts at $21,000.
October 6, 2017 2019, Dodge