Don't get a Dodge Dart. Yeah they look nice and the drive is cool and all but there's a huge issue with the Dart's Multiair engine right now.
The engine will start to eat or burn up oil, causing the engine the stall out. Eventually you'll have to take the car to the dealer and possibly get the engine replaced.
I know because I have a Dart (damn sure not paying 564/month for it lol). It's brand new, leased and under warranty so I'm not paying for the engine, but this is a warning. You don't wanna buy a used Dart only to find it burns thru oil. I got an oil change at 28k miles. I'm at 30k now and the dip stick is bone dry using synthetic oil using 6 quarts. So its burning 3 qts every 1k miles.
Many others have the same issue (google it) and Dodge I'm assuming know about it too. I don't know about other Dodge cars or trucks.
Edited by krazy88s - 12/9/16 at 5:58am