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A Mexican made piece of sh*t with a mitsubishi turbo (peon pos-4). Only kids or people with no knowledge of sports cars buy it. It also sounds worse than a civic with a fart can exhaust =P
I drive a neon srt-4 therefore I am emo.
by togaf January 23, 2007
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A dodge neon that came with a turbocharger from the factory. Many SRT-4 owners will contest that their car is NOT a neon, that it is only an SRT-4, since driving a neon has somewhat of a "gay" vibe. And guys who drive srt-4's can't possibly be gay... because it has a turbo.

The srt-4, also known as a skittle because of it's shape resemblence as well as the bright colors it comes in, is an incredibly overrated piece of junk. It can't launch hard, it doesn't make as much power as it advertised, it gets no traction, it can't turn, and it can't stop. Also known for blowing the engine into a lot of small pieces when boost is increased.

The typical srt-4 owner is very similar to that of a ricer, with unnecessary revving and trying to race anything on the road, then making excuses when they lose.
Skittle Driver: "My srt-4 is teh ballz. It will run all over your (insert any type of car).
Other Guy: "Not it won't, and even if it did, it's still a neon."
Skittle: "IT'S NOT A NEON! IT IS AN SRT-4!!!!"
Guy: "Right, and my Z28 isn't a Camaro, it's just a Z28."

SRT-4 Owner: "I like revving at minivans and surprise buttsecks."
by TehJim January 18, 2008
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The Dodge SRT-4 one of the fastest Dodges ever made. Even with that mind-blowing acceleration - seen in recent Dodge history only by the Viper, Spirit R/T Road and Track, and Daytona R/T - the Dodge Neon SRT-4 started in 2003 at under $20,000, making it cheaper than a base model Stratus (the 2004 and 2005 are under $21,000). While only 3,000 per year were originally projected for construction, production in 2004 reportedly reached 13,000 per year; exact figures were not released. Chrysler makes a profit on the SRT-4, despite the mind-blowing performance, presumably because it is so closely related to the Neon - itself a performance leader.

SRT-4 is based on the standard SRT name given, confusingly enough, to vehicles modified by the PVO Group - that's Performance Vehicle Operations. SRT originally stood for "Street and Racing Technology" but now stands for "Strip, Road, and Track" - similar to the old R/T designation which seems to have been abandoned. (There is a second SRT4, the Dodge Caliber SRT4, which produces 300 horsepower but is heavier; 0-60 on the Neon version is quicker but the quarter mile is slower.)

2004 models increased the power, added a limited slip rear differential option, and raised the price by just $500 - keeping the SRT-4 a bargain. 2005 models added a color and made other very minor changes.

Car and Driver: 0-60 in 5.6 seconds, top speed 153 mph

Sport Compact Car: 0-60 in 5.8 seconds, quarter mile 14.2 seconds.

The SRT-4 combines desirable Neon traits with desirable Spirit R/T traits, and in the process absolutely blows away most competitors, especially the Toyota Celica and Acura RSX. Acceleration is very strong but also very smooth, so that while it posts similar figures to the Spirit R/T, it does so without as much need for driver skill and cooperative roads. Acceleration is strong from any engine speed, with no need to be up in the high (4,000+) rpms before getting turbo boost and a kick in the pants. The interior is nicely done, with tasteful chrome accents and a visible if small boost/vacuum gauge. Construction seems tight and solid.

Handling is very good but ride is not compromised - again, a vast improvement over the Celica and RSX, not to mention the Camaro. As a modified Neon, the SRT-4 has a good-sized rear seat and trunk, too. The engine is fairly loud with a rumbling, Camaro-style sound that could easily be muted with a muffler if the owner desired a sleeper.

The seats are very supportive with clear sides which make it a little hard to get out, and may cause larger people some consternation, but help to keep people in the targeted size range very stable around turns. They can most likely be replaced with Neon seats quite easily.

The Neon SRT-4 has a Mitsubishi TD04 Turbocharger that boosts anywhere from 11 to 14 psi
The SRT-4 weighs a mere 2880 pounds, so its power to weight ratio is one reason for its speed we note that the base Neon is considerably lighter
The SRT-4 is faster to reach 60 mph and the 1/4 mile than many acclaimed sports cars that cost much more, including the Porsche Boxster S, Beetle Turbo S, Matrix MRS, and the new, hyped-up Nissan 350Z.
The Dodge SRT-4 offers the most "as delivered" performance for the dollar of any other production sport compact car available in the United States, foreign or domestic. With more than 200 horses under the hood, it will be one of the most powerful four-cylinder cars on the market. To go with all that horsepower, SRT-4 also features an improved cooling system and high-flow fuel system. Like the Dodge Viper SRT-10, the number four in SRT-4 denotes the number of cylinders in the engine, while SRT is an acronym for Street and Racing Technology (it used to be for Street/Racing/Track but apparently someone at DCX figured out that made no sense).

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by kr3z August 08, 2006
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A pathetic excuse for a compact sports-car. Dodge needs to stick with pulling power out of large gas guzzling engines, they'll have better luck. My stock 1991 Thunderbird SC leaves these childrens toys at the starting line.
Wow! That SRT-4 really smoked that geo metro!! Too bad it couldnt beat the cavalier...
by Supercharged_91 August 04, 2006
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The biggest ricer mobile ever. Everyone who has one thinks they're amazing, however in essence it is still a neon. It gets smoked by Chevy SS Colbalts. Run HIGH 13's in the quarter mile....a car meant for economie and to go slow converted to a "super race machine"..not.
SRT-4 Owner: DUDE! I just did 13.99 in the quarter!

Neon Owner: Sweet!!! I just did 14.00!! NIce time! ANd you only spent $5 000 more then me!

Mustang Owner: *Does a massive burnout and laughs at ricers. WHile doing 11.7 with a completly stock 'stang + supercharger.*
by S281 February 11, 2006
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the SRT-4 is not better or worse, just different from other cars.
Most of the trash talkers are just jealous of what others have... Get a life and find something better to do than trash talk other peoples cars, in this case the Dodge SRT-4. Think before you speak and research before you write. Otherwise everyone else will know just how dumb you really are.
by Anonomous Person June 23, 2007
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a NEON. somethig that ricers buy to fill the gap between rice and domestic. What they dont understand is they are driving a neon! That is horrific.
ricer: dude that srt4 is mega sic yo!
normal person: that neon? It is missing a few cylinders don't ya think!
by Travis May 26, 2004
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