Is a Dodge Neon SRT 4 a good car?
It is a great car reliable and when tuned right the fastest front wheel drive car that the United States produced. My personal advice is to look for a 2003 my buddy has an 04 and mine is much faster.
How much horsepower does a Dodge Neon SRT 4 make?
Acceleration figures (pure stock) Apex Technology found 248 hp at the wheels. The 2.4 liter engine (also used in the PT Cruiser, with and without the turbocharger) officially produced 215 horsepower and 245 lb-ft of torque.
How much boost can a SRT-4 handle?
11 to 15 psi seems to be the maximum boost range most people on here get with a stock srt-4.
Is a RT faster than a SRT?
The main difference between the SRT8 and the RT is the larger engine of the former. With a 6.4L engine, the SRT8 is able to produce close to 100 horsepower than the 5.7L engine of the RT. More horsepower means greater acceleration and increased speed.
What does RT stand for on Dodge?
R/T stands for Road/Track and can be found on model configurations across the Dodge lineup. If you are looking for increased performance on the Orland Park roads an R/T model may be for you. Contact UsOur New R/T Inventory.
What did the Dodge Neon SRT 4 wheels look like?
The SRT-4 wheels, shown on the original 2000 Neon SRT concept car, were designed to look like aftermarket wheels, with tape-on weights and fuller width rim sections. The spoke pattern was for better airflow to the brakes.
Where does the Dodge SRT 4 come from?
Produced at the Belvidere, Illinois Assembly Plant, the Dodge SRT-4 listed at $19,995 in 2003, $20,495 in 2004, and $20,995 in 2005. Production increased quite a bit from original estimates. Styling was credited to Eric Stoddard, Brandon Faurote, Julie Dolan, Lance Wagner, Donald Renkert, David McKinnon, and Khashayar Honarkhah.
What was the price of a Dodge Neon?
The Dodge SRT-4 was the second fastest Chrysler car of its time; but even with class-beating acceleration, the Dodge Neon SRT-4 started at under $20,000. That made it cheaper than a base model Dodge Stratus, the mid-size car.
What does SRT 4 stand for in NASCAR?
SRT-4 was based on the standard SRT name given to vehicles modified by the PVO Group (Performance Vehicle Operations). SRT itself, depending on which press release you read, stood for “Street and Racing Technology” (the one they kept) or “Strip, Road, and Track” (the word they dropped).