Any thoughts on the 2007 Dodge Caliber ?

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Steve Stone, Mar 16, 2006.

  1. Steve Stone

    Steve Stone Guest

    Was looking at PT Cruisers in local dealership and also checked out the
    Caliber. Any thoughts on this 2007 model, good or bad ?
    Seems relatively inexpensive for a car with ABS, CVT transmission, and other
    toys on board.

    Steve
     
    Steve Stone, Mar 16, 2006
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    billd Guest

    billd, Mar 17, 2006
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  3. Steve Stone

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    I looked at what they called the mid model a few days ago and was very
    impressed. The designer thinks like me. The pricing is good.
    Many years since I've seen a full sized spare in a new car, in fact many
    cars can't handle a full sized spare anymore. I expect wanting to sell
    in in many countries causes this; I know of one country that requires
    all new cars to have a matching spare. Sensible country!

    I'm looking for a small wagon type car in as few years, the Caliper does
    that. This is for my golfing activity.
    Being a senior I like the slightly higher seat and the head room both
    back and front is very good. They are targeting this car for the young,
    I'll bet like the Honda Element the buyer profile will surprise them.

    The next day I looked at it's cousin, the Mercedes B class which is
    about 60% $ more. It is very nicely fitted out, but I prefer the
    Caliber shape and space. This B Mercedes will be a ladies car, while
    the Caliper will be a man's car. <:)

    I'd ned more than the mid Caliber, because I need power locks and
    mirrors. Also air conditioning which I'm not sure it had. The radio was
    also a bit basic.
    Lots of new to Chrysler technology on this car, such as the CV
    transmission and VV timing. Hopefully the new model bugs are not too
    significant.
     
    Guest, Mar 18, 2006
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