2016 Dodge Ratings, Reviews and Awards

The Dodge lineup got a bit of a shakeup in 2016 but still put performance front and center. 2016 was the last year that the company produced Dart, a vehicle that had been reintroduced by the company in 2013. The reason for the discontinuation of the Dart was a renewed focus on crossover vehicles. Along with shifting its focus to crossover vehicles, Dodge sought to impress in 2016 with the introduction of the Viper ACR, a street-legal sports car that seems better suited for the track. The Viper ACR had an 8.4-liter V-10 engine with 645 horsepower. The company also increased production of the Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcat models, which came with updated features including an infotainment and navigation system. Other models produced by Dodge got a few minor upgrades in 2016. The 7-passenger Dodge Journey lost its entry-level trim option but gained a higher-end Crossroad Plus trim.
Research 2016 Dodge models (7)
Challenger
The 2016 Dodge Challenger is a muscle car that blends vintage styling with modern ruggedness and features to create a well-rounded classic.
$19,640 - $50,627
People Are Paying
17 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
$19,640 - $50,627
People Are Paying
17 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
Charger
The 2016 Dodge Charger combines beauty with aggressiveness with numerous trim levels and configurations that pack in style, sportiness, and convenience.
$16,494 - $47,388
People Are Paying
17 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
$16,494 - $47,388
People Are Paying
17 - 24 MPG
COMBINED
Dart
A small car with ample technology and features in six trims, the 2016 Dodge Dart meets most drivers’ needs for safety, convenience, and comfort.
$11,330 - $15,216
People Are Paying
28 - 34 MPG
COMBINED
$11,330 - $15,216
People Are Paying
28 - 34 MPG
COMBINED
Durango
Dodge’s 2016 Durango is an SUV with bold style, third-row seating, and aggressive power that makes it a joy to get behind the wheel.
$18,943 - $30,170
People Are Paying
18 - 23 MPG
COMBINED
$18,943 - $30,170
People Are Paying
18 - 23 MPG
COMBINED
Grand Caravan
Dodge’s Grand Caravan returns for the 2016 model year with many of the same safety and convenience features drivers know and love.
$13,497 - $16,695
People Are Paying
21 MPG
COMBINED
$13,497 - $16,695
People Are Paying
21 MPG
COMBINED
Journey
A stylish SUV that can expand with third-row seating, the 2016 Dodge Journey is flexible, practical, and customizable with five trim levels.
$13,147 - $18,281
People Are Paying
20 - 22 MPG
COMBINED
$13,147 - $18,281
People Are Paying
20 - 22 MPG
COMBINED
Viper
A new trim level, ACR, adds to the already impressive Dodge Viper lineup for 2016, offering even more performance for the track.
$119,900 - $259,888
People Are Paying
16 MPG
COMBINED
$119,900 - $259,888
People Are Paying
16 MPG
COMBINED
The Dodge lineup got a bit of a shakeup in 2016 but still put performance front and center. 2016 was the last year that the company produced Dart, a vehicle that had been reintroduced by the company in 2013. The reason for the discontinuation of the Dart was a renewed focus on crossover vehicles. Along with shifting its focus to crossover vehicles, Dodge sought to impress in 2016 with the introduction of the Viper ACR, a street-legal sports car that seems better suited for the track. The Viper ACR had an 8.4-liter V-10 engine with 645 horsepower. The company also increased production of the Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcat models, which came with updated features including an infotainment and navigation system. Other models produced by Dodge got a few minor upgrades in 2016. The 7-passenger Dodge Journey lost its entry-level trim option but gained a higher-end Crossroad Plus trim.
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