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The 2011 Dodge Avenger is no longer a class standout for features, but a well-equipped base model raises its value appeal.
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Further features include ambient lighting, voice command, a USB port, navigation, Bluetooth, and a hard drive with Gracenote music identification.
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Feature-hungry buyers will have to wait until next spring for the R/T.
Motor Trend

In five different trims, the 2011 Dodge Avenger spreads out standard features and options. The Express is the base edition; stepping up the ladder to Mainstreet, Heat, Lux and R/T models adds on new gear.

All versions offer air conditioning; power windows, locks and mirrors; 17-inch wheels; a split-folding rear seat; and cloth upholstery. Bluetooth, satellite radio and a USB port are unavailable on the base Avenger Express; they're standard or optional on other models, with better availability than in the Jetta but well off the mark set by the Sonata and the 2011 Kia Optima.

The options list for the Avenger is much smaller than it used to be. A navigation system is optional only on the top two trims; a dual-clutch gearbox comes to the lineup late in the model year, and only on the Avenger Lux. Other options include a a media center with 30-gigabyte capability and premium sound with Boston Acoustics speakers.


The 2011 Dodge Avenger is no longer a class standout for features, but a well-equipped base model raises its value appeal.

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