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Dodge Caliber

The Dodge Caliber is a front-engine, front-wheel drive, five-door hatchback that was manufactured and marketed by Dodge from model years 2007 to 2012. It replaced the Neon, which Chrysler had discontinued in 2005. Debuting in 2007, the Dodge Caliber was a wagon-like subcompact with strong crossover vehicle styling cues. It was introduced with three powerplant choices from what was known as Chryslers World Gasoline Engine family.

Configured for a five-passenger occupancy, the interior of the Dodge Caliber could expand to as much as 35.7 cubic feet of cargo volume room. The Caliber had decent headroom and legroom in the front and back, but was still a small car without luxurious accommodations. At the bottom of the engine lineup was a 148-horsepower 1.8-liter four-cylinder, which came standard on the base Caliber and the SXT. It was only available with a five-speed manual transmission, and was discontinued for 2010. Those seeking more power and an automatic transmission should look for a Caliber with the 158-hp 2.0-liter four, which was equipped with a continuously variable transmission. There was also the R/T model that was equipped with a 174-hp 2.4-liter inline-4, though Dodge discontinued it for 2012. All-wheel drive was available on the R/T model until 2009. There was also a high-performance Caliber SRT4 produced for 2008 and '09, which boasted a turbocharged 2.4-liter four-cylinder good for 285 hp and 265 pound-feet of torque, with a six-speed manual as the only available transmission. Aside from its big engine, it had 19-inch wheels, lowered suspension, upgraded brakes, a performance trip computer and sport seats. Although his may sound impressive, it was underwhelming and overpriced compared to other affordable, high-horsepower hatchbacks.

The Dodge Caliber certainly had a promising debut, boasting an innovative, space-efficient hatchback body and unique features. Unfortunately, such potential was spoiled by sloppy execution, even with an interior update halfway through its life, the Caliber was simply not competitive with other compact sedans and hatchbacks. Its handling wasn't as refined as its many competitors. None of the Caliber's available engines were ideal; all sounded coarse under load. While any Caliber will offer respectable hatchback versatility, models produced prior to 2010 were marred by their deplorable interior quality, including hard interior surfaces, unappealingly textured plastic, and questionable build quality.

The Caliber's interior underwent substantial improvements for 2011. The design was more appealing and materials were better. Still, the cabin quality was sub-standard for its class. Several issues plague the Dodge Caliber, including a no crank or no start condition that may be the result of a fault in the theft system. Replacing the wireless control module should correct this issue. Also, the front struts may wear prematurely, resulting in poor handling and/or a rough ride. When replacing front struts on 2007 - 09 vehicles, the jounce bumper should be inspected. If it is found to be a one-piece black rubber part, it should be replaced with a newly designed end dust shield. When you need replacement parts, always check the catalog, which displays a varied inventory of Dodge Caliber oem and aftermarket parts.

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