You'll be stoked when you see the 2015 Dodge Dart Inventory at Stokes Automotive in Clanton, AL because our selection of Darts is second to none. This fuel-saving, stylish compact sedan is ready for you to explore right on our showroom floor. Back and better than ever, the Dart offers amazing performance in a small package. Let our courteous sales staff show you why we Clobber Big City Prices by offering you a tremendous deal on this beautiful car. So let's take a 2015 Dodge Dart for a spin so you can see how you'll Get a Peach of a Deal and drive it back to Birmingham, Central Alabama or Montgomery tonight!
Let's explore how the 2015 Dodge Dart stacks up against the Ford Focus.
If we heard you say that you'd love to keep $700 in your wallet, then we must've heard you've made the wise decision to choose a 2015 Dodge Dart over a Ford Focus. With its low starting MSRP of $16,495, vs. the Focus' MSRP of $17,170, you've already won at the numbers game when it comes to compact sedans -- and that's before we offer you even more of a peach of a deal at Stokes Automotive! And while both these heady competitors come with similar standard features, two things you won't find on the Focus that you will on the 2015 Dodge Dart are LED tail lamps and a center high-mount stop light.
You'll get plenty of potent powertrain choices in the 2015 Dodge Dart which surpass the Ford Focus. Under the hood of the Dart is one of three engines offered -- a 160 hp 1.4L Turbo I4, 2.0L Inline-4, or a hefty 184hp 2.4L 4-cylinder. All are matched with a 6-speed manual while the Limited comes standard with a 6-speed Powertech automatic transmission. By contrast, the Focus sedan offers two engines -- a 160 horse 2.0L I4 (Flex Fuel model also offered), or a 123 horse 1.0L EcoBoost Inline-3, working in tandem with either a 5- or 6-speed manual transmission or 6-speed automatic. The standard engines on the base 2015 Dodge Dart and Ford Focus are evenly matched in horsepower, the optional engine in the Dart outruns the optional I3 engine in the Focus in the power game.
The 2015 Dodge Dart is more spacious than the Ford Focus, especially for taller drivers and shotgun passengers. The Dart offers up a generous 38.6 inches of front headroom and 42.2 inches of front legroom while you'll get slightly less headroom in the Focus at 38.3 inches and 41.9 inches of front legroom.View Inventory