2010 DODGE CALIBER SXT, STONE WHITE/DARK SLATE GRAY INTERIOR, 50200 MILES
- ABS BRAKES
- CD PLAYER
- REAR DEFROST
- CRUISE CONTROL
- SECURITY SYSTEM
- BUCKET SEATS
- TELESCOPIC STEERING WHEEL
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2010 Caliber SXT highlights that it's a One-Owner vehicle, and for good reason. A One-Owner vehicle gives you the feel of owning a new vehicle without paying the new car price. With all records included, feel comfortable knowing that the history of this Caliber SXT is provided in order for you to make a knowledgeable decision.
Adjectives like impeccable, spotless, and immaculate can be used to describe how clean this Caliber SXT is, causing it to feel more like a new vehicle than a pre-owned one. A true feat of engineering, this Caliber SXT has otherworldly acceleration, prodigious power and is accompanied by the prestigious reputation of Dodge. Although it may not make much sense, this vehicle will undoubtedly provide an memorable experience every time you drive this it.
There is no evidence of prior damage or paintwork on this Caliber SXT.
More information about the 2010 Dodge Caliber:
The 2010 Dodge Caliber is squarely in the small car category, offered as a 5-door hatchback. Yet with bold new styling inside and out, the 2010 Caliber combines a sporty coupe-like profile with the functionality of a larger wagon or small SUV. Retail pricing for the 2010 model starts at just under $17,000. EPA mileage is estimated at 23 mpg city / 31 mpg highway for the 5-speed manual, slightly lower for the automatic transmission.
Strengths of this model include solid performance for a small car, All-new interior, sporty appearance, and advanced technology features
Powertrains and Performance
Under the hood, the front-wheel-drive Caliber can be had with one of two different four-cylinder engines. A 2.0-liter engine rated at 158 horsepower and 141 pound-feet of torque is standard on all trim levels except the Rush. The Rush gets a 2.4-liter that puts out 172 hp and 165 lb-ft of torque. This engine is optional on the Uptown. Transmission choices include a five-speed manual and a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), depending on the trim level.
Fuel economy is relatively good across the board, though mileage suffers a bit with the CVT. The 2.0-liter engine returns EPA estimates of 23 mpg city/31 mpg highway and 26 mpg combined with the manual transmission and 23/27/25 mpg with the CVT. The larger 2.4-liter engine is nearly as good, with EPA ratings of 23 mpg city/29 mpg highway and 25 mpg combined for manual-transmission-equipped models and 21/25/23 for versions fitted with the CVT.
Standard safety features include a driver-side knee airbag, side curtain airbags, active front head restraints and antilock brakes (rear drums for the Express and Mainstreet, four-wheel discs for the other trims). Front-seat side airbags and stability control aren't available on the Express but are optional on the remaining trim levels.
The Caliber earned perfect scores in National Highway Traffic Safety Administration crash tests, including five stars in both frontal and side impacts. Results were mixed in Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests, however, with a top "Good" rating in the frontal-offset tests and a next-to-lowest "Marginal" rating in side-impact tests.
Interior Design and Special Features
The fact that the 2010 Dodge Caliber has been given an interior makeover is welcome news. While not much has changed in terms of the overall layout or dimensions, the addition of soft-touch materials in key areas like door panels and the sliding center-console armrest have helped address our previous chief complaint about the cabin. Both front and rear seat passengers enjoy a decent amount of head- and legroom. Outward visibility is good, the gauges are easy to read and most controls operate intuitively.
When it's time to haul cargo instead of people, the Caliber makes it easy thanks to 60/40-split rear seatbacks that fold down to create a nice flat load floor that's covered in easy-to-clean plastic. The upper trim levels also include a fold-flat front passenger seat that makes it possible to shoehorn in longer items like surfboards and still close the rear liftgate. Maximum cargo capacity is 48 cubic feet, which is about the same as other small wagons like the Mazda 3 but falls well short of compact crossovers like the Honda CR-V.
As with the rest of the car, there's nothing really wrong with the way the 2010 Dodge Caliber drives. The problem is that there's just not that much to recommend it either.
Acceleration is lackluster with the smaller 2.0-liter engine, and only slightly better with the larger 2.4-liter. The performance of both motors suffers noticeably when fitted with the CVT.
The suspension delivers a decent ride quality, though the sport-tuned suspension underpinning Heat and Rush models may be a little too firm for some folks' tastes. Handling is adequate enough for daily driving, but buyers looking for a sporty driving experience will want to look elsewhere.