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2011 Dodge Avenger - Styling Review

 
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The 2011 Dodge Avenger looks like a scaled-down (and slightly less convincing) version of the larger Charger, but improvements make the interior more cohesive.
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No, your eyes aren't deceiving you. The refreshed Avenger looks much the same as the current 2010 edition, but get out the magnifying glass and you'll notice the differences.
Motor Trend

The Avenger's overall shape is mostly the same from the front, side, and especially the back.
Automobile Magazine

cleaner looking rear end with “ring of fire” taillights
Vehix.com

Vents, center console, dash, and door panels are modernly styled.
Motor Trend


The 2011 Dodge Avenger's sheetmetal carries over virtually unchanged. Change is good, but the Avenger already had a lock on brand unity with its mini-Charger stance and upkicked rear quarters. The headlamps and taillamps are simplified, but the crosshairs on the Avenger's grille trade metallic ribs for meatier bright-and-black pieces.

The Avenger's interior wears a little less expensive trim than the Chrysler 200 (with which it's closely related). It gets a new dash, which looks great, with convincing quantum leaps in style and materials. The Avenger's dash cap is sculpted a bit more over its gauges; the climate controls are streamlined, and rings of bright and matte metallic plastic are fine contrasts to most of the soft-touch plastic. The lower half of the Avenger's dash seems to wear lower-grade plastic than the 200, and some of the same carryover gauges and buttons are more noticeable, surrounded by better-quality bits.

Conclusion

The 2011 Dodge Avenger looks like a scaled-down (and slightly less convincing) version of the larger Charger, but improvements make the interior more cohesive.

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