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In 1994, Dodge unveiled their new two door coupe as a sports car called the Avenger. It was produced for model years 1995 until 2000 and then again as a four door fastback sports sedan from 2008 until 2014. The Avenger saw its last production run in 2014
|Production Years:||1994 to 2000, 2007 to 2014|
|Model Years:||1995 to 2000, 2008 to 2014|
|Class:||Mid-Size Sports Car (1994 to 2000) Mid-Size Car (2008 to 2014)|
|Body Style:||Two Door Notchback Coupe (1994 to 2000), Four Door Fastback Sedan (2008 to 2014)|
|Annual US Sales:||2007: 83,800 (approx.)|
|2014: 51,700 (approx.)|
|Trims Available:||SE, SXT, R/T|
|EPA City (mpg):||21 (SE, SXT) 19 (R/T)|
|EPA Highway (mpg):||31 (SE, SXT) 29 (R/T)|
|Base Curb Weight:||3,958 – 4,535 lbs|
The first generation of the Dodge Avenger was produced from 1994 until 2000 for model years 1995 until 2000. This first Avenger had a two-door notchback coupe body style with an engine and chassis layout of a transverse front engine with front wheel drive. In this generation of the Avenger, Dodge offered two different engines including a 2.0L inline 4 cyl and a 2.5L V6; both were gasoline type engines. The Avenger came in either a five speed manual transmission or a four speed automatic transmission. Dodge considers the Avenger to have the Dodge Stealth and the Dodge Daytona as it predecessors and the Dodge Stratus as its successor. This first generation Avenger had a wheelbase of 103.7 inches, an overall length of 187.2 inches to 190.2 inches, a width of 68.5 inches to 69.1 inches and a height of 51.0 inches to 53.0 inches.
Production of the second generation Dodge Avenger started in early February of 2007 for model year 2008. The Avengers body style significantly changed in the second generation. It was redesigned from the two door sports coupe to a four door fast back sedan. The Avenger was now considered a mid-size car. The engine and chassis layout also offered a new front engine, all wheel drive version. Dodge offered six different engines in this generation of the Avenger including a 2.0L inline 4 gasoline, a 2.0L inline 4 diesel, a 2.4L inline 4, a 2.7L V6, a 3.5L V6 and a 3.6L V6. Dodge also offered a whole host of different transmissions including two (2) four speed automatics, a five speed manual, a six speed manual and two (2) six speed automatics. Dodge considered this new generation of the Avenger to have the Dodge Stratus as its predecessor and the Chrysler 200 as its successor.
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