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Dodge Caliber Sales Figures

Dodge Caliber

Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian, European and U.S. sales figures for the Dodge Caliber. The Dodge Caliber is a compact car that was manufactured by the Dodge division of Chrysler from the 2007 to 2012 model years. It replaced the Dodge Neon and was later succeeded by the Dodge Dart. The Caliber’s design stood out in its segment, with a more aggressive and upright stance that gave it a crossover-like appearance. It was based on the same platform as the Jeep Compass and Patriot SUVs.


Dodge Caliber Overview

The Caliber was offered as a five-door hatchback, featuring a bold and chunky design. The interior was designed with practicality in mind and included unique features like an illuminated cup holder and a removable and rechargeable flashlight. A variety of four-cylinder engines were available, ranging from a 1.8-liter to a 2.4-liter. Power outputs ranged from around 148 to 172 horsepower. The performance-oriented SRT-4 model came with a turbocharged 2.4-liter engine that produced 285 horsepower.

The Caliber was offered in various trim levels, including SE, SXT, R/T, and the sportier SRT-4, each with different features and equipment. While the base models were focused on economy and practicality, the SRT-4 model provided a sportier driving experience with a stiffer suspension and more power. Handling and ride comfort were often seen as unrefined, especially when compared to some competitors in the compact segment.

The Caliber received mixed reviews during its production run. While its unique styling and practical interior were praised by some, others criticized it for its build quality, ride comfort, and overall refinement. Reliability was also a concern for some owners, with reports of issues related to the CVT and other components.

The Caliber was discontinued after the 2012 model year, as Chrysler shifted its focus towards more competitive and globally appealing products. The Dodge Dart, introduced in 2013, replaced the Caliber in Dodge’s lineup.

Dodge Caliber Sales Figures

The Caliber was a popular choice for buyers who were looking for an affordable and practical compact car. It was not as popular as some rivals, such as the Honda Civic and the Toyota Corolla, but it was a good value for money car.

Dodge Caliber U.S Sales Data & Charts

US Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2006 92,224
2007 101,079
2008 84,158
2009 36,098
2010 45,082
2011 35,049
2012 12,023
2013 45

US Annual Growth

Dodge Caliber Canada Sales Data & Charts

Canada Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2012 282
2013 7

Canada Annual Growth

Dodge Caliber Europe Sales Data & Charts

The Dodge Caliber was officially withdrawn from the European market together with the Dodge brand in 2011.

Europe Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2006 10,657
2007 16,956
2008 11,056
2009 6,055
2010 3,444
2011 835
2012 24
2013 1
2014 1

Europe Annual Growth