In good condition, the Dodge Dart is a dependable small car that may last between 200,000 and 250,000 miles if driven responsibly and with proper maintenance. Based on a yearly mileage of 15,000 miles, you can anticipate the Dodge Dart to survive 13 – 17 years before requiring major repairs or failing completely.
How many miles on a tank of gas does a dart get?
- Petrol economy for the 2013-2016 Dodge Dart with a 2.0L engine and automatic transmission is 27 mpg combined, or 24/33 mpg (9.8/7.1 L/100km) for city/highway driving, depending on engine and transmission.
- A single tank of gas will allow you to travel up to 430 miles (692 kilometers).
- The Dart auto with the 1.4L turbo and Aero package achieves 28 mpg in the city and 39 mpg on the highway (8.4/6.0 L/100km).
What kind of fuel economy does a Dodge Dart get?
When pushed, the car seems energetic and enjoyable to drive; it accelerates swiftly and maintains a good grip on the road even when four persons are in the vehicle. EPA-rated fuel economy for the 2013-2016 Dodge Dart with a 2.0L engine and automatic gearbox is 27 miles per gallon combined or 24/33 miles per gallon (9.8/7.1 L/100 kilometers) in the city and highway.