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Revised interior revealed in official photos

This is the facelifted Dodge Caliber, unveiled at the Frankfurt motor show.

The photos show an all-new interior including a redesigned dashboard. Dodge says that it features more chrome detailing and soft-touch materials than before.

See the facelifted Dodge Caliber picture gallery

Other changes include additional storage space, including a revised centre storage bin and larger climate control buttons. There's also new door-trim panels.

A 161bhp 2.2-litre common-rail diesel engine with 236lb ft of torque will also be added to the line-up.

Dodge says it produces 16 per cent more power, three per cent more torque and 25 per cent more towing capability over the engine it replaces.

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highfidelity 11 September 2009

Re: Dodge Caliber facelifted

I am on my 2nd Dodge Caliber SXT CVT and find it to be an excellent car. All the Press reports in my opinion are mostly inaccurate. Yes it has a few faults but a better spec. for the price than any other 2 litre auto hatchback. The interior face lift appears to be a very big improvement with softer plastic but a more economical Petrol engine is required. Urban MPG claimed 28 mpg but can only get 22/24 in Town. The Tyre pressure monitor Gauge is excellent very accurate and EVERY car should have one. Would like to have slimmer A pillars for better visibility, the floor level interior instep is much too high and should be lowered. Very comfortable seats & excellent logical instrument layout ,

Bluebird_ctfc 4 September 2009

Re: Dodge Caliber facelifted

I have one, a CRD, and its given me excellent service over the last 18 months, pleased as punch. Looks great too, though I think the alloys on the photo above dont really do it justice.

Dorsetdave 3 September 2009

Re: Dodge Caliber facelifted

I have a Caliber CRD SXT and it is 3 years old has a VW engine gives 55 MPG, leather trim and lots of goodies and has never let me down.

I bought it from a dealer for £12k 3 years ago and I have been offered £8000 from our local dealer even if I don't want to PX!

It looks unusual compared to mundane Fords and French rubish but I like something that stands out.

It is a very good car! My car before was a Land Rover that went wrong 23 times in the two years I had it and I lost £22,0000 in those two years!

I know what I would prefer to buy!