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You can find 41 different trims/engines for the Dodge Caliber and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

The years available stretch from 2006 through to 2013 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.

The Dodge Caliber is a compact hatchback that was produced by Dodge between 2007 and 2012. It shares several similarities with its corporate cousin, the Chrysler PT Cruiser.

There was only a single generation released during its relatively brief time on the market until it was discontinued due to poor sales.

Like most hatchbacks, it features a 5-door layout and comes with either front-wheel or all-wheel drive depending on the chosen trim level.

Similar models include the Ford Focus and Toyota Matrix, among many others in the fiercely competitive hatchback class.

Powertrains were rather limited. Petrol engines ranged from the smallest 1.8-liter World inline-4 to the largest turbocharged 2.4-liter World inline-4 found in the performance R/T models. Diesel options were limited to two versions of the turbocharged 2-liter TDi inline-4 from Volkswagen.

Transmissions included both 5-speed and 6-speed manual options. Automatic transmissions were limited to a single 6-speed gearbox. There was also a continuously variable transmission (CVT) in certain models.

Trim levels for the Dodge Caliber consisted of the base level SE, followed by the SXT, SXT Plus, R/T, and finally the SRT4. There was also a SportWagon version available.

The main difference between the R/T and SRT4 was the turbocharged engine found in SRT4 models, among other things.

The SRT4 version was created to compete in the hot hatch class, specifically against the VW Golf GTI and Mazdaspeed3.

Parent company Chrysler ended the production of the Dodge Caliber in 2011. Despite not sharing many similarities, Chrysler announced that the Dodge Dart would replace the discontinued model.