2011 Dodge Caliber Values
Select a 2011 Dodge Caliber trim level
2011 model year changes
Late in 2010, the Caliber's lineup got some new trims: Express, Mainstreet, Heat, Rush and Uptown. These continue on into 2011. The 2.0L 4-cylinder continues to be standard on the Express, Mainstreet, Heat and Uptown. A 2.4L comes on the Rush and is available on the Uptown. Blackberry Pearl paint is no longer available, and Mango Tango and Redline are new. UConnect Web is no longer available on the Caliber.
Flexible 5-door configuration; advanced technology features; good performance; fuel efficiency
Special features for 2011
The 2011 Dodge Caliber is squarely in the small car category, offered as a 5-door hatchback. With bold styling and a new trim lineup, the 2010 Caliber combines a sporty coupe-like profile with the functionality of a larger wagon or small SUV, the fuel economy of a small car, the Caliber appeals to buyers who might consider the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla or Chevrolet Cruze.
Coming in a varying array of trims consisting of the Express, Mainstreet, Uptown, Heat and Rush, the 2011 Dodge Caliber enters the model year with a heavily tweaked exterior color spectrum as a noted change to the emotional small utility vehicle. All five trim levels include Uconnect Phone with iPod control, Sirius Satellite Radio, air conditioning and power, heated mirrors at no charge. HomeLink, power sunroof and all-new Sirius Travel Link navigation are available features for the 2011 Dodge Caliber. A Premium Sound Group package featuring a 9-speaker Boston Acoustics sound system including the adjustable liftgate speakers is standard on the 2011 Caliber Uptown and Rush models. The 2-liter, four-cylinder power plant sporting 158 horsepower comes standard on all but the Rush model which utilizes a 172 horsepower 2.4 liter inline-four engine. With a five-speed manual transmission standard on the Express, Heat and Rush, a continuously variable transmission is either standard or available on all but the 2011 Dodge Caliber Express.