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Yea and the final ratings: YEAAAAAAAAAAA FIVE OUT OF FIVE
Likes: Legitimate American tuner car. Great under-$20,000 price for a compact performance model. Very responsive constant torque -- not lurchy. Comfortable ride. Decent gas mileage for a high-output turbo engine. Impressive exhaust burble. Standard anti-lock brakes. 7-year/70,000-mile powertrain warranty
Dislikes: Rear wing blocks visibility. No side air bags, no traction control. Can't reach front doors easily to close them. Obvious where Chrysler cut corners -- crank windows in rear, no map pockets.
Likes: The most performance for the money on the market. Wild and distinctive styling. Zippy turbo engine makes gobs of torque. Nimble handling. Attractive matte-metal ring around HVAC. Extensive gauge package. Subdued interior treatment.
Dislikes: Could lose the goofy whale tail. Can't fit my big behind into driver's seat. Wavy rubber moldings.
2003 Dodge SRT-4
Type: Front-engine, front-wheel drive, five-passenger compact sedan
Price¹ : Base, $19,450; as tested, $19,995
Engine: Turbocharged 2.4-liter I-4; 215-hp; 245 lb-ft torque
EPA fuel economy: 22 mpg city/30 mpg highway
Key competitors: Acura RSX Type-S, Chrysler PT Cruiser GT, Ford SVT Focus, Honda Civic Si, Mini Cooper S, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, Nissan Sentra SE-R, Subaru Impreza WRX, Toyota Celica GT-S, Volkswagen GTI, Volkswagen New Beetle Turbo S
12-month insurance cost² : $1,760
Where built: Belvidere, Ill.
1 Includes $545 destination charge. 2 Estimated by AAA Michigan. Rates may vary depending on coverage and driving record.