Positive Post Of The Day: New Dodge Caliber Interior Is Better Edition
Better than what, you ask? Why, better than the previous Rubbermaid-meets-snap-together-model version, of course. Is it good enough? Somehow we aren’t feeling positive enough to predict that this will reverse the Caliber’s doomed-to-China fate. Hit the jump for the most positive spin possible on the Caliber’s improvements, courtesy of Chrysler PR.
The new Dodge Caliber debuts at the 2009 International Motor Show (IAA) in
Frankfurt, featuring an all-new refined interior with a more harmonious design
aesthetic executed with premium materials and craftsmanship. An all-new
designed instrument panel features a more integrated look and includes
additional cubby space, center storage bin and larger climate controls. Bright
satin silver accents add contrast to Dodge Caliber’s interior design, while
chromed accents brighten heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)
vents, shift bezel, door handles and cluster rings. New door-trim panels and
center console with armrest split-lid feature padded soft-touch materials for
improved passenger comfort.
Full presser here.
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