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Dodge Nitro for sale
If you are looking for a unique compact SUV, then definitely consider the Dodge Nitro. As a close variant option of the second-generation Jeep Liberty, the Dodge Nitro was sold between 2006 and 2011. Despite the short production run, an estimated 200,000 units of the Dodge Nitro were sold globally. With its arrival in 2006, the Dodge Nitro was the first compact SUV sold by the company since 1990. Additionally, it was the first modern Dodge to be marketed in Europe.
The Dodge Nitro has features galore
Upon its debut, the Dodge Nitro made some waves. The Dodge Nitro led the SUV class in towing capacity at 2,300 kg in its inaugural year. And, while it shared a platform with the Jeep Liberty, the Dodge Nitro was slightly larger. The extended wheelbase offered more room for rear passengers and a bit more cargo space than its sister vehicle. Finally, the Dodge Nitro had one unique feature that separated it from the competition. The flooring in the cargo area could slide out to allow for ease of loading; this feature was affectionately titled Load ‘n Go.
A wide range of Dodge Nitro options
Although the Dodge Nitro never reached a second generation, the original had significant options. The four-door SUV was available with a manual or automatic transmission with two engine options, a 3.7L Powertech V6 or a 4.0L single overhead V6. Two-wheel and four-wheel drive options were available based on trim levels, and the trim levels went through multiple changes throughout the years. Many offered different features like leather seating, side curtain airbags and a tire-pressure monitor.
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Pros and cons
Four trim levels offered
No all-wheel drive on base model
Poor reliability scores
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.