A couple of days ago, Dodge announced the availability of two new Special Edition packages developed especially for the 2013 Dodge Dart aside of a new Rallye Appearance Group customizing kit. These will be available in SXT and Limited models and combine elements and content that is ordered very often by a lot of Dart customers. The model was revealed for the first time last June and ever since, the carmaker was able to offer better value in the process of offering them the cars. This is what Tim Kuniskis, president and CEO of the Dodge brand. The 2013 Dodge Dart SXT Special Edition Package was priced at $595 and it combines styling elements with additional features in comparison to the standard SXT model.
For the outside, the package includes dark tinted projector headlamps, black grille, LED racetrack tail lamps, an integrated dual exhaust, active grille shutters and projector fog lamps. When it comes to the interior of the model, the package brings Uconnect Voice Command with Bluetooth, leather-wrapped steering wheel, steering-wheel mounted audio controls, cruise control, front-passenger seat in-seat storage, remote start, vehicle information center and tire pressure monitoring display.
Besides the SXT Special Edition, Dodge Dart customers can also by the new SXT Rallye Appearance Group which includes a black front fascia and Rallye badge. To transfer the output to the road, the engineers have offered 17-inch Hyper Black aluminum wheels. The price for this option has been established at $395. The Limited Special Edition package builds on the standard Limited model and it costs another $1.819. This actually includes Nappa Leather seats, heated front seats, heated steering wheel, power sunroof and a lot more.
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