2012 Dodge Caliber
2012 Dodge Caliber

The Dodge Caliber was introduced in 2007 and has been in production ever since. It is a compact car, which does make it cheaper and easier for auto shipping companies to move. However, the Caliber is slated to be discontinued following the 2012 model year, being replaced by the 2013 Dodge Dart. Despite this fact, you can still buy 2012 models, and this helpful auto shipping article will focus on the 2012 Dodge Caliber, the different models available as well as their key features and components, as well as what you can expect when you finally decide to book with an auto shipping company to move it.

The 2012 Dodge Caliber is currently sold in three models, the SE, SXT and SXT Plus. The SE has a base price of $17,380 and features a 158-hp 2.0L DOHC Straight-4 engine with dual VVT, air conditioning with “Chill Zone” storage, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, power doors, locks, windows and heated mirrors, and an electronic stability control system with anti-lock brakes and traction control. The SXT comes in at $18,765 and features an automatic transmission, 17-inch aluminum wheels, a touring-tuned suspension and firm-feel steering. The SXT Plus comes in at $18,730 and features 18-inch polished aluminum wheels, a sport-tuned suspension, five-speed manual transmission with hill-start assist and color-keyed interior features.

The Caliber is a compact car, and as such it won’t cost you any additional money when it comes time to book with an auto shipping company. Most larger, heavier vehicles will cost a bit more than a four-door sedan to ship, but a Caliber will be priced the same way as any other standard four-door car and as such you won’t be paying overweight or oversize vehicle shipping fees. When you receive an auto shipping quote, the price is comprised of several different prices: the base price of the vehicle you’re shipping, any additional overweight fees, and the mileage rate for the distance it will be traveling during transport. The closer your pickup and destination locations are the cheaper it’ll be, usually, though it’s also easy to ship to and from major metropolitan areas. Rural or otherwise remote locations will almost always cost more to ship to or from than larger cities, so keep that in mind.

But regardless of where you’re shipping to or from, American Auto Shipping is here to help. Simply fill out our free online auto shipping quote request form and you’ll receive an instant quote. We clear all our carriers for reliability ahead of time, which means we make sure they are all fully licensed, bonded and insured before we send them to pick up your car. You can also call our toll-free telephone number and speak to one of our own live auto shipping representatives if you have questions or concerns regarding your shipment or the auto shipping industry in general. So go ahead, give us a call or fill out our free form, and find out what American Auto Shipping can do for you and all your auto shipping needs.

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