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I saw over at the neons.org site that DC has finally announced that it will sell the SRT-4 north of the border. I am happy for our Canadian friends, but wish that Ma Mopar would make a little more motion towards getting it going here in the states. Hope Canada doesn't have to wait through all the delays we've been experiencing.
 

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canada will probably get it before we do! :cry:
 

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Canadian Availability

I sure hope we get it soon, although the 7" of snow we got last night would make it quite difficult to enjoy all the benefits of turbocharging!! The best case scenario would be that we all get one the same week and start making some noise!!
 

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The Price!!

So, I read the post by DC Canada at Neons.org, and, I quote, "The Dodge SRT-4 will be sold in Canada for under $28000." That's a lot of Canadian dollars!! Oh well. I guess if that's the price of speed and exclusivity, then that's the price I'll pay!!
 

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MoparTom, 27,995 is actually a better deal than what we are paying for the car! The US price for the car is $19,995, which is $30,401.67 Canadian!! The Canadian price of $27,995 is $18,418.41 in US dollars!! All of these conversions were done at www.xe.com
 

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I'm really glad to hear that. I've already e-mailed three Dodge dealers in Ottawa, and I've gotten very varied responses, one saying he hasn't heard anything from Dodge, be he assumed they would be available in spring. Another dealer told me "Sometime between June and September". I think I'll take that press release with me to my nearest 5-star dealer and see what they say.

I have to agree that price-wise, it's not a bad deal at 28000$. It seems that most cars sell for less in Canada on an equivalent currency basis, although I'm sure that that price here will exclude freight and fees in Canada.

I'm not sure about the numbers for prioduction, but if they're anything like the PT Dream Cruiser Series 2, they should be easier to get in Canada than in the US. If I remember well, they are selling 7500 Dream 2 cruisers in the US and 2000 in Canada. That means that the number of vehicles per capita is about 20 times higher in Canada. Let's hope it's the same with the SRT and I don't have too much trouble getting one.

By the way, seeing I'm new here, I'd like to say hello to everyone. I currently drive a Chevy Cavalier, and I really want something better for this summer. I hope dodge gets their act together up here soon, or I will be paying a visit to my friendly neighborhood Nissan dealer when the streets are clear of snow...
 

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welcome, and what nissan would you get?
 

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Up until now, I wanted to get a SE-R Spec-V. It's still great fun for the money, but I'd be more than willing to pay the extra 6000$ (CDN) for the power the SRT-4 offers.
 

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RFMan said:
By the way, seeing I'm new here, I'd like to say hello to everyone. I currently drive a Chevy Cavalier, and I really want something better for this summer.

The SRT-4 would be a marked improvement over your Cadavalier :wink: Welcome to the forum RF!
 

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The SRT-4 would be a marked improvement over your Cadavalier :wink: Welcome to the forum RF![/quote]

Now that was :lol:
 
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