Latest Dodge model set to arrive soon
Hornet offers 268 hp, standard AWD
Dodge has just added the all-new Hornet compact crossover to the company’s website in Canada and the U.S. That means we now have pricing for some variants of the new model, and you can even use the Build and Price tool to spec out your own.
The 2023 Dodge Hornet starts from $29,995 in the U.S., that’s for a GT model, which is the base trim. That gets you all-wheel drive and a 2.0L turbo-four making 268 hp. A GT Plus model starts from $34,995 plus destination and includes navigation, Harman Kardon audio, a leather interior, and heated and ventilated front seats.
Option packages include a GT Blacktop package that gives the Hornet gloss black badges and trim, a Tech Pack Plus that adds some choice driver assistance features, and the Track Pack. The $2,995 Track Pack comes with 20-inch wheels, red-painted brake calipers, Alcantara seats, and a dual-mode active suspension system.
In Canada, the GT model starts from $40,190, though that price includes freight as well as some other government levies, making the gap not as wide as it first appears. The GT Plus model starts from $46,190, again with several of those extra charges wrapped in. A full breakdown of the pricing structure wasn’t available on the Dodge site as of this story going live.
The model that’s not yet on the site is the one that has us the most interested. That’s the Hornet R/T, which is the plug-in hybrid version. That model is expected to show up with more than 285 hp (plus boost mode) and 383 lb-ft of torque, along with offering a 50 km electric range. We’ll update you once that price is available.