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Dodge makes best-selling cars and trucks like the Avenger, and they are frequently driven on America's roadways. The dependability and spirited style of your Dodge Avenger are good reasons for remember to use replacement and aftermarket components of equal level of value; such parts don't have to empty your wallet. An Avenger is regarded as a well-made car but with mileage even the best-built vehicles require maintenance cycles and repair. Take advantage of www.partsgeek.com whenever you need the best OEM or aftermarket auto parts and be delighted with our outstanding service and a great price every day. Sometimes the hardest job about working on your vehicle is searching for a top-rated source for the best parts.

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Dodge Avenger

The mid-sized, front-wheel drive known as the Dodge Avenger was rolled out for the first time in 1995. Originally, it was a two-door coupe, but production was discontinued after only five years. In 2008, the vehicle underwent some design changes, and came back as a four-door sport sedan, intended to replace the Dodge Sirrus. In 2014, the Avenger ceased to exist as its own model as the Dodge and Chrysler brands were merged into the latter division's 200 model.

The Dodge Avenger of the 1990s was known for its sleek design, along with a spacious interior compartment. That model was the successor to the Dodge Daytona, which had been discontinued two years previously. It was actually manufactured and assembled by a joint venture between the Chrysler Corporation and Mitsubishi Motors, formerly known as Diamond Star Motors (now Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc.) Because of this, the Avenger shared many components with Mitsubishi vehicles, including the Eclipse, including a 2.5 liter V6 and a five-speed manual transmission. The Avenger was also available with a 2.0 inline four and a four-speed automatic. Suspension consisted of a fully independent double-wishbone system with variable speed rack and pinion steering.

In 1999, anti-lock brakes were added and the V6 with automatic transmission was made standard equipment. As a comfortable and well-appointed vehicle and offered decent handling and performance, it received decent reviews from the automotive press, and buyers seemed to appreciate it. However, although it was a critical success, it failed to be a commercial one; before the 2001 model year had started, the first incarnation of the Dodge Avenger quietly slipped into automotive history.

In 2008, the Avenger was reincarnated as a four-door sport sedan. Although the design underwent some significant changes halfway through its production run, other mid-sized sedans in its class did better in terms of interior room and layout as well as general refinement. The most recent models offered more aggressive styling that was geared toward a younger consumer demographic. Consumers could choose between a 2.4 liter, 173 horsepower inline four, or a 3.5 liter V6 rated at 283 horsepower. The first engine was coupled to a four-speed automatic transmission, although a six-speed was available for a few hundred dollars more. V6 models came with a six-speed automatic that also had a manual shift mode.

Some of the deluxe options that were offered included a powered driver's seat, a six-speaker stereo system with satellite radio, and automatic climate control. The top-of-the-line R/T model got you a sport-tuned suspension, remote keyless start, Bluetooth connectivity, heated seats and leather upholstery.

Although its possible to get Dodge Avenger performance parts for upgrades, chances that if you are looking for a second-hand Dodge Avenger 2009 or later, you'll want to go for the V6 version. Definitely avoid the 2008 model; it had a serious issue with the gear shift module locking up. If you are considering a 2008 Avenger, make sure that has been addressed with the correct 2008 Dodge Avenger parts.



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