We can find out the price and number of options for the 2023 Dodge Hornet.The subcompact crossover comes in four trims, all equipped with all-wheel drive. After the correct destination charge of $1,595, the price steps are:
- GT: $31,590
- GT Plus: $36,490
- Suggested retail price: $41,590
- R/T Plus: $46,490
From the bottom up, the GT is driven by a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four that delivers 268 horsepower and 271 lb-ft of torque to the nine-speed automatic. A strong list of standard features includes six-way power front seats, a 12.3-inch instrument display, a 10.25-inch touchscreen, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and the ability to pair two phones to the infotainment system. It is included. The convenience and safety suite includes pedestrian and cyclist detection, lane-keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, automatic wipers, and automatic emergency braking with parking sensors.
As an option, the $2,995 Truck Package upgrades the standard cloth and leather seats to Alcantara, replaces the standard aluminum 17 with dual-mode suspension and 20-inch black wheels, aluminum sills and leather-wrapped A steering wheel is attached. The $2,295 Tech Pack adds convenience with items like Adaptive Cruise Control, Active Driving Assist, Parking Assist and Surround View Camera. The $1,995 Blacktop package blacks out the badging and changes the stock wheels to black 18-inch. There are 7 colors available, with Q-Ball White and 8-Ball Black being the only free options. The rest costs $495 or $595. Compact spares cost an additional $350.
The $4,900 plus package features automatic high and low beam headlights, LED fog lights, leather interior with climate-controlled front seats, navigation, wireless charging, Harman Kardon audio, sunroof and power tailgate. I’m here.
The R/T surcharge is mostly used for the plug-in hybrid power ten, which is based on a 1.3-liter four-cylinder and shifts through a six-speed automatic. It makes 288 horsepower and 383 lb-ft of torque, giving it more than 30 miles of all-electric range on a single charge. It comes with 18-inch wheels, an 8-way power seat for the driver and a 6-way power seat for the passenger, holds up well with the fabric and leather interior, and has no navigation. If you move to the Plus package, you get nav here too, leather interior, Harman Kardon audio, climate-controlled front seats, and 8-way power seats for the passenger.
Stay tuned for more details on the Alfa Romeo Tonale feature set by trim level. The base Tonale Sprint is priced at his $3,000 higher than the powertrain-sharing Hornet R/T. A Ti could be around $50,000, and a Veloce and an option or two would no doubt exceed the $53,000 required for a loaded Dodge Hornet R/T Plus.
The Hornet will start hitting dealer lots in early spring, and the R/T will arrive in early summer.