The Avenger's dash is logically laid out and easy to use, and the steering wheel adjusts for both reach and height. Forward visibility is fine, but the thick rear pillars can make reversing tricky. The Avenger's front seats could be more supportive, but most drivers shouldn't struggle for comfort.
Dodge Avenger Saloon space & practicality
The Avenger comes only as a saloon, which means it isn't as versatile as hatchback rivals. The rear seats have 60/40 split-folding backrests, but these don't lie completely flat. Despite some wheelarch intrusion, the boot is a handy size. The cabin has good head- and legroom for four people, and a central rear passenger could sit fairly comfortably, too.
Dodge Avenger Saloon equipment
There are two trim levels for the Avenger. Cheaper SE models come with most of what you'd expect, so there's air-conditioning, four electric windows and remote central locking. You pay an extra £2000 for SXT models, but gain alloy wheels and steering-wheel stereo controls, leather upholstery, an electrically powered driver's seat, heated front seats and a rear armrest.