58,976 Original Miles

 

Manual Transmission
2.4L Turbo 4 cyl
230 hp @ 5300 rpm*
250 lb/ft torque @ 2200-4400 rpm*
Capable 0-60 MPH: 5.3 seconds
Top Speed: 153 MPH
*Base Price in 2005: $22,300

 

*Seller Asking:

$13,000

2005 Dodge Neon SRT-4 Commemorative Edition for sale
 
 
Fast Facts:

  • The Neon SRT-4 was the fastest FWD production car in the U.S, and up until the 2017 Civic Type R, was the fastest FWD car that Car and Driver had ever tested. Even when taking FWD out of the equation, the SRT-4 was the 2nd fastest vehicle in the Dodge/Chrysler model line, losing only to the Viper
  • This is one of the few FWD production cars in history that could eclipse the 1/4 mile in under 14 seconds (13.9 @ 103 MPH), beating out more powerful RWD cars like the Honda S2000 of the same year (14.1 @ 97)
  • The DOHC turbocharged and intercooled 2.4 liter (A853 engine) is nearly identical to the ’03 PT Cruiser’s engine (A855). The only difference was that the SRT-4 didn’t need the special intake manifold required for the PT Cruiser’s engine bay
  • This was a very torquey motor in boosted form: peak torque lasted for over 2000 RPM (from 2200 to 4400 RPM) thanks to the turbocharger
  • The New Venture Gear T-850 5spd manual transmission is a heavy duty unit from Chrysler’s European turbodiesel minivans. Equal length half shafts and a high capacity Sachs performance clutch/pressure plate were used. Also featured upgraded steering gear and steering knuckles from the PT Cruiser
  • Features a factory Quaife Automatic Torque Biasing (ATB) limited slip differential, which manages power to the aluminum front wheels
  • The front seats are baby Viper SRT-10 seats (literally)
  • The idea for an SRT Neon came about when Tom Gale (Exec. VP of Chrysler Product Development and Design) attended the SEMA auto show in 1998. He was shocked at the amount of attention that all the sport compact cars were receiving. This was the beginning of the tuner scene, and Tom could see it coming. The very next year, the Neon SRT concept was displayed at the 1999 SEMA show
Key Model Year Changes:

  • Final year of the SRT-4/Neon
  • Only year of the Commemorative Edition (cosmetic only)
  • Only minor changes occurred between the ’04 and ’05 models
  • The biggest changes occurred during the previous year (2004), where it received an LSD, as well as a 15hp power bump (from larger fuel injectors and ECU remap allowing peak boost at higher RPM). The “Neon” designation was removed from the name as well, leaving it simply as the “Dodge SRT-4”

Seller Notes:

  • Commemorative Edition #75 of 200
  • Completely stock
  • California car
  • Clean title
  • Runs and drives with no issues at all
  • A/C blows ice cold
  • Have original window sticker and misc. literature

 

  • Location: Dana Point, California – View Seller’s Ad (more photos below)
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For more photos, please see seller’s ad HERE.

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*SAE rated from factory. May not reflect current output
*Performance numbers pulled from reputable automotive road tests
*Base price when new does not reflect original MSRP of this particular car, nor does it reflect what the original owner paid for it
*Advertised price at time of posting. Sellers can raise or lower prices on their original ad at any time. Click on the original ad to view current price/availability

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