Used Dodge Avenger (2007 - 2009) Costs

Review by David Ross on
Last Updated: 05 Dec 2008
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The Avenger brings a dash of bold American styling to the rather sober and safe-looking large family car segment. Available only as a saloon, the Avenger is roomy and priced against cars like the Kia Magentis.

2.5 out of 5

Running costs

While the Avenger is priced against mainstream rivals, despite its high level of equipment, it has a budget car feel - list prices are a little high as they are. Fuel consumption is competitive with large saloons with similar power outputs but depreciation will be steep in a market of fast depreciating cars.

* based on most recent data

Estimated fuel cost for 10,000 miles per year

Unleaded

£1,301 - £1,510 *

Diesel

£1,101 - £1,101 *

The estimated fuel cost figure is a guide to how much this model will cost to fuel each year, so you can compare between cars. It's calculated by using the model's average mpg (calculated from both town centre and motorway driving) and the average fuel price. It's based on the following cost-per-litre: petrol 103p and diesel 109p. Prices are updated daily.

Summary Running Costs

Servicing period

Petrol 8000 miles, diesel 9000 miles.

Warranty

Three years/60,000 miles.

Road tax (12 months)

£240.00 - £330.00

Vehicle excise duty (VED) varies according to the CO2 emissions and the fuel type of the vehicle. For cars registered after March 1st 2001 VED or road tax is based on the car's CO2 emissions. For cars registered before March 1st 2001 it is based on engine size.

Full running costs data

2.5 out of 5

Green credentials

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    170
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    211
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CO2 emission figure (g/km)

Fuel economy rating

The arrows indicate the best and worst CO2 bands for this model.

Emissions summary

The Avenger performs adequately in terms of emissions and economy. The diesel is the greenest, but still emits 170g/km of CO2. Economy is better though - it is capable of 46mpg.

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