And I still don't see how trying to brand these cars as "SRT" instead of "Dodge" is going to make any difference other than to dilute the products from their heritage and alienate the buyers who have no issue driving and want to own a performance Dodge or Chrysler. It’s right up there with spinning Ram off as a brand and one of the few major things I’m left scratching my head about that Marchionne has done since taking control. I love the SRT products but at times they don't seem to come across like they know who they're trying to target when the loaded up SRT-8 models are so expensive, many are too loaded with features to appeal to those wanting a modern muscle car, while others might see decent performance but not quite up to the standards of the competition.
Eric H. - '04 Neon SRT-4 (eBlue/S2) - '04 SRT-4 (blk/stock)
'92 Dodge Daytona IROC R/T --
'91 Dodge Spirit R/T
plus a couple other turbo Dodges, a Cobalt, a couple Focus, a wagon, and some other stuff...