Autoblog reviews the 2011 Dodge Caliber and has this gem at the end:
If you’re still with us, you may have noticed that with the exception of its drivetrain, the Caliber is a fairly competitive vehicle. In fact, we could even tolerate its Lego-block styling and unacceptable fuel economy if the vehicle carried a low enough price tag. Our tester did not. With a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $21,105 including a $750 destination charge, you would have to be a few strokes short of a four-cycle to park this in your driveway. At that price, any of the Caliber’s competitors would be exceedingly superior choices, even in base trim.
So, besides an awful powertrain, terrible fuel economy, awful styling, and a high price tag… this is a real winner. Dodge is going to have trouble keeping up with the demand, I’d imagine.