Corner of King and William Streets in Waterloo. There's always something to do in Waterloo!

Things to do in Waterloo the week of April 24-April 30

There’s always something awesome going on in Waterloo Region! Whether you’re looking to experience some art, enjoy some good grub, put on your dancing shoes, or learn something new, Waterloo is a cultural hub with a ton of great activities for people of all ages to enjoy!

Every week, we’re compiling a list of some of the great entertaining and educational events taking place across the Region! Check it out!

April 25

Business After 5: Join for an evening of networking, art, diverse exhibitions and drinks. Presented by Home Hardware Building Center and Furniture Stores within the Greater KW Chamber of Commerce. This event attracts over 100 business professionals to connect and network with one another. You can also promote your business by hosting an exhibit booth. Event takes place Tuesday, April 25th from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Check out the Chamber of Commerce site for more info!

Small Food Business Networking Session – Waterloo Region: If you have a food business idea and want to find out how to make it a reality, if you are looking for a commercial kitchen, or if you want to better understand working with the City of Kitchener licensing and Region of Waterloo Public Health, you should plan to attend this networking event geared towards Small Food Businesses. Cost is $10 and includes a light lunch. For more info contact Kathy Hamilton at (519) 497-3232 or kathy@thecourtyardkitchens.ca. Check out the event listing for more details! This networking session will take place from 11:00 to 2:00 pm on Tuesday, April 25. Event takes place at The Courtyard Kitchens (104-141 Whitney Place, Kitchener).

April 26

WingsUp for Epilepsy: Join WingsUp for their 18th Annual Chicken Wing Competition on April 26th! Enjoy ALL YOU CAN EAT WINGS, live music from the Shananigans, amazing raffle prizes, and fun games for the whole family! Doors open at 6:00 pm with food served at 6:30 pm. Tickets are $35, and advanced tickets can be purchased HERE. Event takes place Wednesday, April 26th from 6:00-9:30 pm at the Concordia Club (429 Ottawa St. S., Kitchener, ON).

April 27

Heart Healthy Cooking: Join this free dietician-led class to learn how to decrease sodium in your cooking. Small samples and recipes provided. Please register with Chelsea Allen at chelsa.allen@sobeys.ca in advance. Event takes place Thursday, April 27th from 2:00-3:30 pm at Sobeys Northfield (640 Parkside Dr., Waterloo, ON).

Fashion for Life 2017: At Fashion for Life you’ll enjoy an evening of fashion and fun, featuring the Region’s top retailers. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres from Wildcraft Catering and a live auction with prizing valued at over $10, 000! This event is in support of the Cambridge Memorial Hospital reconstructive surgery unit and will help to fund specialized operating room equipment, specialized instruments, and training for support staff. Check out the event posting HERE for more information! Event takes place on Thursday, April 27th from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm at the Hacienda Sarria (1254 Union St., Kitchener)

April 28

Final Fridays: Final Fridays showcases art, culture, and cuisine of Uptown Waterloo on the last Friday of every month. Activities and events include exhibit openings, performances, community art, demonstrations, artist talks and reading, in addition to dinner, drinks, and specials at restaurants. Event takes place 11:00 am to 11:00 pm in Uptown Waterloo, beginning at Waterloo Public Square (75 King St. S., Waterloo).

April 29

Art and Antique Appraisal Day: Specialists from Bonhans Canada are on site to offer verbal appraisals for fine art (paintings, drawings, prints) and decorative art (china, collectibles, clocks, furniture, and accessories). Appraisal cost is $14 per item. Event takes place Saturday, April 29th from 11:00 am to 3:30 pm at Queen’s Square (1 North Square, Cambridge, ON).

April 30

Play with Clay: Play with Clay is an open clay studio experience designed for friends, families, and couples. Over two Sundays, make an object out of clay and paint with our glazes. It gets fired in the Clay and Glass Gallery kiln and then you can pick up your colourful and unique masterpiece. There are two sessions to choose from each Sunday – 1:00 pm to 2:15 pm, and 2:30-4:00 on a first come, first served basis. Cost is $10. Event begins Sunday April 30th at the Clay and Glass Gallery (25 Caroline St. N., Waterloo).

The Many Forms of a Legend

Jeep sets the standard for what an SUV can be. The 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee breaks the mold with four different versions. Each has different strengths and weaknesses, as they’re a modern-day updating of a true classic.

Summit

 

There are few vehicles more aptly named than this. It truly is the absolute apex of the modern SUV. Luxurious beyond any measure, it has an exclusive audio system with 19 speakers, which fits seamlessly into the leather-wrapped interior package. For safety, it has the LaneSense Lane Departure Warning, which can keep you from drifting into another lane without noticing.

 

Overland

Override your expectations of Jeep with the Overland. Rain-sensing wipers ensure that you’ll always have a clear windshield; no matter how wet it gets in Canada. Enjoy spring and summer fully with a CommandView Sunroof. Not all of our Canadian roads are perfectly smooth, so the Quadra-Lift Air Suspension System comes in very handy. Always know where you’re going and when you’ll get there with the GPS of the Uconnect 8.4-inch touchscreen with navigation features.

Trailhawk

The “Trailhawk” Jeep Grand Cherokee is the most basic model, “basic” by the incredibly high standards of the vehicle. Forceful statements are what this Jeep is all about. This is the Grand Cherokee you were always told about, and it has the 4.4 as well as the rough-and-ready exterior.

75th Anniversary Edition

My, how time flies. Seventy-five years since the Jeep was introduced, this limited edition has all the power sunroof and blind spot monitoring you could want. Bustard Chrysler Waterloo is a fine place to purchase these, or any other kind of Jeep vehicle that you might be interested in. No matter what kind of Jeep you’re looking for, you can get financing so that you could get your dream car. Spring and summer are a fantastic time to go out hiking and exploring, and no vehicle is as suited for that as a Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Earth Week Activities in Waterloo

Things to do in Waterloo the week of April 17-23

There’s always something awesome going on in Waterloo Region! Whether you’re looking to experience some art, enjoy some good grub, put on your dancing shoes, or learn something new, Waterloo is a cultural hub with a ton of great activities for people of all ages to enjoy!

Every week, we’re compiling a list of some of the great entertaining and educational events taking place across the Region this week! Check it out!

April 17

Sherwood Hume Memorial Steam Train from Market: A dedication in the memory of Sherwood Hume, a Steam Train enthusiast. Join Waterloo Central Railway on a journey to St. Jacob’s while they tell the story of Sherwood Hume. Hume is a 57 year member and Director of the Ontario Steam and Antiques Preservation Association. Takes place on April 17th from 2:00 pm to  3:30 pm, departing from the St. Jacob’s Market (878 Weber St. N, Waterloo).

April 18

Run to Quit: An innovative quit smoking program that pairs the Canadian Cancer Society’s Run to Quit program with the Running Room’s Learn to Walk or Run 5 km clinics. Running has been shown to help smokers cope with discomfort and craving through it’s simple, step by step approach. Build up walking/running stamina while cutting down and quitting smoking. Begins April 18th at 7:00 pm and runs through to June 22nd.

April 19

Community Influencer Networking Event: Join Leadership Waterloo Region and their Alumni for networking at Turtle Jack’s to meet community influencers from across the Region. This event takes place April 19th from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Turtle Jack’s (4289 King St. E., Kitchener). Find more info on Leadership Waterloo’s Region’s website.

Startup Business Basics at the Waterloo Region Small Business Center: Join the Waterloo Region Small Business Center to learn the necessary steps to start your business! Includes how to assess your entrepreneurial readiness, the various forms of business ownership, government regulations, business planning, budgeting, marketing and registering for HST. Takes place April 19th from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm at 200 King St. W. Find more info on the Waterloo Region Small Business Center’s website.

April 20

St. Jacob’s Farmer’s Market: Every week, hundreds of vendors bring you farm fresh foods from Ontario, crafts, imported goods, jewelry and more, plus delicious ready to eat foods in a variety of buildings as well as outdoors. The St Jacob’s Market operates every Thursday and Saturday from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm year round, with a Summer Market taking place from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm June 13th to August 29th! The Market is located at 878 Weber St. N., Waterloo.

April 21

Kids First Aid Course for Parents: Kids First Aid offers the only first aid courses delivered by paramedics, designed to teach parents and caregivers how to respond calmly and confidently in the ten most common emergency situations. For $55-$65, parents will learn how to respond to emergencies in informative and engaging sessions, as well as practicing valuable first aid skills that could save a child’s life. Event takes place April 21st from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at The Museum (10 King St. W., Kitchener). Check out the Eventbrite listing for more info.

Concert – Courage My Love and the New Electric: Check out Kitchener natives Courage My Love and The New Electric live at Maxwell’s Music House. Hailing from Kitchener, Courage My Love has been nominated for the 2014 Juno Awards, and have released multiple albums. The New Electric, hailing from Calgary, are the “next big thing” to come out of Canada’s pop scene with a dedicated fan base across the country. Make sure to wear your dancing shoes! This concert takes place Friday, April 21st at Maxwell’s in Waterloo (35 University Ave., E., Waterloo)

April 22 & April 23

Earth Day in the City of Waterloo: Join hundreds of people in the City of Waterloo at the City of Waterloo Earth Day celebrations at Westmount Sports Park. Dig in and help plant 150 native trees and shrubs, and learn 150 fun facts about nature from local exhibitors. One hundred and fifty lucky participants will take home a native tree as part of the City of Waterloo’s Living Legacy 150th Tree Planting program, plus you can enter to win one of three Grand River Park Membership Prizes. Event takes place April 22nd from, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Westmount Sports Park (440 Westmount Rd., N., Waterloo). For more info check out the City of Waterloo website!

Scouts Canada E Waste Collection and Bottle Drive: The Scouts are celebrating Earth Day by hosting the 5th annual E Waste Collection and Bottle Drive for two days at the Canadian Tire Parking lot at 400 Weber St. N. in Waterloo. Do your part for the environment by donating your old, broken, or used electronics, as well as any liquor, wine, cooler and beer bottles and cans. The Scouts will also be hosting a BBQ. Event takes place 8:00 am to 3:00 pm on April 22 and 23rd at the Canadian Tire Parking lot (400 Weber St. N., Waterloo). For more info check out the Eventbrite listing.

FREE public skate on Good Friday at the Activa Sportsplex

Things to do in Waterloo this week

There’s always something awesome going on in Waterloo Region! In fact, whether you’re looking to experience some art, enjoy some good grub, put on your dancing shoes, or learn something new, Waterloo is a cultural hub with a ton of great activities for people of all ages to enjoy!

We’ve compiled a list of some of the great entertaining and educational events taking place across the Region this week!

Ongoing

 

Singin’ in the Rain: Drayton Entertainment’s sensational adaptation of the celebrated film. Set in 1920s Hollywood, this is a light hearted, romantic comedy about the early days of sound film. This production runs until April 15 at the St. Jacob’s Country Playhouse (40 Benjamin Road. E., Waterloo). Buy tickets HERE.

Million Dollar Quartet: Drayton Entertainment’s hit musical inspired by the legendary recording session featuring Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley at Sun Records in Memphis. Runs April 11th to May 7th at the Dunfield Theatre in Cambridge. Buy tickets HERE.

April 10

 

Job Search Strategies at the Working Center: Learn how to develop a job search campaign that targets your specific career goals, and how to effectively search for a company and role that fits you best. Takes place on April 10th from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm at The Working Center (285 Weber St. N., Waterloo).

April 11

 

Grand River New Horizons Music: Grand River New Horizons offers a concert band setting for people who want to play, want to play better, and who want to start again with opportunities for those who have never played. Takes place Tuesday mornings from 8:30am to 11:00 am– at the KW Naval Association (315 Weber St. North, Waterloo).

April 13

 

Kitchener Blue Festival Launch Party: One day concert to raise funds for the Blues Festival plus announcement of lineup for the Kitchener Blues Festival happening in July 2017. Entertainment by the Paul Reddick band featuring Steve Marriner with special guest Sean Pinchin. Takes place April 13th from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm at the Wax Nightclub (125 King St. W., Kitchener). Buy tickets HERE.

April 14

 

Good Friday Free Skate: Free indoor family skating sponsored by Kitchener Utilities at Activa Sportsplex. Takes place April 14th from 10:00 am to 11:30 am at Activa Sportsplex (135 Lennox Lewis Way in Kitchener). Check out the City of Kitchener public skating schedule HERE.

Easter Fun at the Waterloo Region Museum: From April 14-17, kids can take part in daily Easter themed activities and games, including stories and much more. Takes place each day from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Waterloo Region Museum (10 Huron Road, Kitchener)

April 15

 

Stitch ‘n’ Kitsch Handmade Market: A bi-annual craft show featuring emerging and established artisans (both members and non members of the Stitch and Kitsch Collective) who produce kitschy, handmade items. Takes place April 15th from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at 16 William St. W in Waterloo.

Easter Bunny Train from Market: Join the Easter Bunny on a heritage train ride with Waterloo Central Railway through historic Mennonite country from the St. Jacob’s Market Station for a leisurely 2 hour ride to visit the town of St. Jacob’s or Elmira for a stopover. Takes place on April 15th from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm, departing from the St. Jacob’s Market (878 Weber St. N., Waterloo).

April 16

 

Easter Brunch at Bingemans: Enjoy a delicious Easter brunch with the family with a wide variety of meal options for everyone. Adults $26.95 plus tax, kids $14.95 plus tax.  Takes place 11:00 am to 2:00 pm on April 16th at Bingemans (425 Bingemans Center Dr., Kitchener) Purchase your tickets HERE.

A Quick Look at the 2016 Jeep Renegade

Buying a car is a big decision. That’s why it’s a good idea to read about some of your best options before you come down and take a test drive.

 

 

Overview

 

The 2016 Jeep Renegade is the second year of the model. It’s a subcompact crossover SUV that still boasts the off-road capability you’d expect from a Jeep. It’s one of the more solid options if you’re looking for a daily driver to take you off road when you need. With fun steering and good performance to enhance the experience of your daily driving, the Renegade is a versatile choice.

 

If it turns out this particular make and model isn’t for you, come on down to Bustard Chrysler in Waterloo and take a look at our selection. We have a nice variety of quality used and certified pre-owned vehicles for you to browse and test out.

 

Details

 

The standard engine on the Renegade is a 1.4 liter turbocharged four cylinder that delivers 184 pound feet of torque and 160 horsepower. This basic model comes with a 6-speed manual transmission. There’s also a 2.4 liter upgrade that has a 9-speed automatic transmission. There are plenty of safety features standard on the Renegade, such as anti-lock brakes, traction control and front and side airbags. Renegades take somewhere between 35.3 and 41.1 meters to stop when traveling around 95 km/h, which means it has some of the most responsive brakes in its class. You can fit three people in the back row, and if you need more cargo space, you can fold down the rear seats for 1.44 cubic meters.

 

We want to put you in a car that lasts for as long as you need it to. That’s why we suggest sensible maintenance schedules and offer some of the best service prices you’ll find in Waterloo. Come on over soon, and we’ll find the best car for you.

Waterloo's Winterloo Carnival begins February 24th and runs until February 26th.

Winterloo Carnival in Waterloo Makes Winter Fun!

It may look like Spring outside but deep down we all know it’s still winter. The City of Waterloo is celebrating that this weekend with its annual Winterloo Winter Carnival. Waterloo Park will transform into a winter wonderland (even if we don’t have any snow!) Friday February 24th at 7 pm. The festivities run until Sunday at 4 pm.

The program is packed with events across four fun themes – winter sport, winter survival, winter cultures, and of course, staying warm by the fire!

Winter kicks off with “Skate Night Date Night” in Waterloo Public Square. Skate under the stars to the tunes of local jazz musician Rufus. Weather permitting, other Winterloo activities include archery, snow shoeing, a scavenger hunt, Amazing Race: The Winter Edition, a dog sled race, ice sculpting, plus puppet shows and storytelling for the wee ones.

Local institutions are getting involved with Winterloo as well. The University of Waterloo Engineering Program is responsible for creating the popular ice slide (weather permitting). The Conestoga College Integrated Marketing Communications students have put together an amazing winter race for revelers.

In addition to the fun activities taking place in the Park, the Uptown Core will host events like a chili cook off at Chainsaw and a movie screening at Princess Cinemas.

For a more detailed breakdown of Waterloo’s Winterloo events and their timing, check out the City of Waterloo website. You can also get updates and share your pics on their Facebook and Twitter accounts!

Front shot of Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat in Waterloo.

Dodge Challenger Hellcat in Waterloo Review

The 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat brandishes numbers to slay the most pumped up of muscle cars. We’re excited to announce that we have one here on our lot at Bustard Chrysler in Waterloo. Spring is nigh and it’s time for this hellish kitty to come out to play!

With a 6.2 L Supercharged HEMI V8 engine, this Hellcat outputs a whopping 707 HP and 650 lb-ft of torque. It blows past other pony-cars in its class including the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro, and even Dodge’s own Viper.

Side angle shot of Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat in Waterloo.
Dodge Challenger Hellcat full side angle shot

Many of your already know that two key fobs come with the Hellcat. The black fob is for the more timid, and the red fob is for when you’re looking to burn some rubber. The black key fob restricts output, capping revs at 4,000 and fully activating the electronic stability control system. It disables the paddle shifters, deactivates launch control, and other drive-mode functions, reducing the hiss of the Cat. Fire up the red key fob, however, and that hiss will become a fierce growl (literally!). All 707 HP and every drive-mode function will be available to the driver with the insertion of the red key fob. This is the car to drive if you’re looking for something fast enough to kick ass on the track and furious enough to scare other cars outta your way on the highway! You won’t find a faster car for less money!

6.4L V8 Dodge Challenger Hellcat Engine in Waterloo.
6.4L V8 Dodge Challenger Hellcat Engine

To think this fierce kitty came out of Brampton, Ontario. We Southern Ontarians are blessed to have something so incredible manufactured in our midst! The Hellcat is a big car, sharing its platform with the Charger and 300. The larger center of mass makes it more stable, but also somewhat less responsive around sharp turns, meaning it performs best in a drag race. The interior is comfortable whether you’re on the track or running errands. The heated and ventilated front bucket seats provide exceptional support with relatively roomy rear seats for kids and adults alike. The rears fold if you need more trunk space, but the trunk is so roomy you probably won’t ever need to fold them down.

Front and rear interior of Dodge Challenger Hellcat in Waterloo
Front and rear interior of Dodge Challenger Hellcat in Waterloo.

The gigantic 8.4” UConnect touchscreen display houses many fun features, most notably Dodge’s Performance pages. We live in a gadget driven society, so it only makes sense that our muscle cars be on the cutting edge of technology and entertainment. Dodge integrates all of that with UConnect and Performance Pages. “SRT Drive Mode” and “Performance Pages” do just what thousands of dollars’ worth of professional performance data-logging equipment used to, ensuring you get the most out of your SRT Hellcat! Altering the settings within the SRT Drive Mode and Performance Pages allows you  to make factory authorized changes to vehicle parameters without voiding the warranty. This used to be unheard of! You can modify your Cat’s engine, transmission, shocks, traction control, steering feel, and traction control. You can also activate launch control RPM, save time slip tickets, set your lap timer, drag strip timer, brake distance meter, and much more!

Here at Bustard Chrysler in Waterloo we’ve got a Phantom Black Pearl Tri-coat Hellcat with just over 3,000 kms. Our Hellcat was dealer driven and shows a Clean Carproof. It is equipped with all the bells and whistles you could ask for, including Laguna SRT embossed interior, heated and ventilated front seats and steering wheel, UConnect 8.4 with Navigation, Parkview Backup Camera, and 18 speaker system to name a few! Check it out on our website HERE. If you would like more information on the fastest muscle car produced in North America, don’t hesitate to contact us at (519) 884-5888 or email us at teamdigital@bustard.com!

Reasons to Buy a Jeep Wrangler

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For decades, the Jeep Wrangler has been an iconic outdoor vehicle. The 2017 Jeep Wrangler is the latest in a long line of Wranglers. Most people know the Jeep by its look and reputation. By no means has their reputation changed. In fact, it only seems to get better with time. Before you decide to visit us at Bustard Chrysler in Waterloo, you should consider the benefits of owning your own Jeep.

 

Durability

 

First and foremost, the Jeep Wrangler excels at handling all driving conditions. In order to use a vehicle for off-roading, you have to have a particularly durable automobile. Jeep builds their vehicles to be tough. Inside and out, they are durable and ready to handle all kinds of weather and terrain. Additionally, there is no season that can hold it back. It stands up against rain, snow and sun.

 

Handling

 

One of the most important factors to consider when buying any car is how well it handles the road. The Jeep Wrangler has 4×4 capabilities that allow it to handle any type of road. It will excel on urban roadways and in mud, sand, water and snow. It’s known for being a fun car to drive that handles a variety of environments.

 

Design

 

The design of the Jeep is one of the many things that make it iconic. First, one of the benefits is the height advantage that it has over most cars. This can increase your visibility on the road. Additionally, it’s a simple car. It’s built to be easy and cost-effective to repair.

 

The Jeep Wrangler has always been a highly sought after vehicle. The 2017 Jeep Wrangler is no different from that. It offers you the durability, handling and design that every Jeep has for decades. If you’re interested in off-roading or simply want a unique, durable car to handle city driving, this may be the perfect car for you.

Dodge Charger project car sponsorship!

Bustard Chrysler is proud to have sponsored our first project car – a modified Dodge Charger. Owner Johnathan Clovis-Mohammed is a car aficionado with a passion for MOPAR! Johnathan first became involved with us here at Bustard Chrysler when he helped Digital Media Coordinator Kathleen Stahlbaum put together Bustard’s Charity Car Show last year. He was great to work with and provided a ton of support, ultimately making for an incredibly successful show that raised thousands for KidsAbility.

Picture of Johnathan Clovis Mohammed's modified 2014 Charger
Johnathan Clovis Mohammed’s modified 2014 Charger

Johnathan attends tons of car shows every year across the province, and we are excited to announce that we have partnered with him to sponsor his project car. Johnathan’s car is not just another Charger, it’s modified inside and out, including:

  • AFE power short ram intake
  • Magnaflow cat back exhaust
  • Extreme Parts new front srt8 bumper
  • M Sport race brakes (front and rear)
  • M Sport race crossed drilled rotors (front and rear)
  • CJR Performance front splitter and rods
  • SRT8 computer mapping and gauges
  • Race mode
  • Multicoloured underglow lights and grille lights
  • Red under glow and grille glow
  • Colour change headlights and fog lights
  • LED ghost ground light for doors
  • LED wifi remote
  • Remote start
  • Lo Pro tires with custom rims
  • Hood pins
  • Hydrodipped engine and engine covers
  • Focal speakers and tweeters
  • Orion speaker amp
  • 2 12” JL subs
  • 3M dragon red wrap
  • Red cord interior
Johnathan Clovis-Mohammed's 2014 Charger at Bustard's Charity Car Show
Models posing with Johnathan’s 2014 Charger at Bustard’s Charity Car Show

Johnathan is a member of the Highrollerz Car Club, and is proud to have been awarded 2nd place for Best in Class at the Canadian Sport Compact Series two years in a row. His one of a kind Charger draws attention wherever it goes, and we at Bustard Chrysler are excited to be part of the excitement!

If you are looking to modify your car and are interested in any of the awesome modifications Johnathan has done, please contact Bustard Chrysler at (519) 884-5888 or Johnathan directly at (289) 208-7544.

Pic of the upgraded lights on Johnathan Clovis-Mohammed's 2014 Challenger
Pic of the upgraded lights on Johnathan Clovis-Mohammed’s 2014 Challenger

The 2016 Dodge Dart: A New Take on a Beloved Classic

If you’re looking for a car with classic features but modern convenience and value, then we invite you down to our dealership to take a look at the 2016 Dodge Dart. This vehicle is a four-door sedan, much like the original model, only it carries a variety of safety and fuel-efficient features that might suit all your driving needs.

 

Safety Features

 

The safety of any car is probably a high priority for you as you shop, and the Dodge Dart has several safety features that might interest you. Not all of these options come standard, but our knowledgeable salespeople at Bustard Chrysler Waterloo can help you decide which safety package is best suited to your needs and your budget. Some features include multiple air bags, front head restraints and innovative devices like blind spot and rear path monitoring.

 

A Variety of Transmission Choices

 

Whether you enjoy the feeling of shifting a manual transmission or the ease of driving an automatic, the Dart comes in a variety of models that you can pair with your driving preferences to create an enjoyable ownership experience. There are several different engine options, and most models are available in a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. If you are unsure about which option might suit you better, our salespeople would be happy to offer you a test drive of either option.

 

Fuel Efficiency

 

With the rising cost of gas, you may wonder if the Dart is a fuel-efficient choice for your driving needs. While mileage and fuel consumption varies depending on the engine and transmission you use, this vehicle generally gets anywhere from 23-25 miles city and 35-42 miles highway. Most models feature fuel-saving features, such as grille shutters to reduce drag.

 

There is much to learn about this new take on a classic vehicle. If you would like to know more about the 2016 Dodge Dart or take a test drive, come visit our dealership today.