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Long-Term Review

2013 Dodge Dart Rallye: Interior Enjoyment

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Our long-term 2013 Dodge Dart's interior has been the subject of much discussion from those who have had the chance to drive it. Most comments are highly positive, though some editors have found a few quirks.

In the Driver's Seat

Nearly everyone who drives the Dart finds the sedan's interior quality exceptional -- especially considering its price point. The materials used are impressive for its $24,000 price and we really enjoy the interior's layout and design. Most drivers also like the red lighting around the instrument panel, though it would be even cooler if it changed color.

The driver's seat itself is also a common point of approval. Most drivers find it very comfortable around town, though some editors have complained about support on long drives. But the seats aren't all about comfort: They are also highly practical. That's because the front passenger seat bottom conceals a handy storage compartment, which is great for stowing iPods or other valuables you don't want in plain sight.

Those Little Quirks

Still, the 2013 Dodge Dart has a few little quirks. For one, we've found that a little too much wind noise comes from the Dart's sunroof when it's open. And some testers don't like having the wipers on the same stalk as the turn signals -- a common trait in Chrysler products. Of course, these are minor quibbles given the car's low price and the fact that we actually like driving the Dart.

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