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Has anyone heard the pricing for this vehicle?

I read soemwhere that it will run around the same as a golf or something.
I guess that means starting around $20,000. I think that is a little high to start it at, although it will have a much better resale value than the older ones.

I hope they get the pricing right, so that the people they are aiming at can actually afford one....without sacrificing.
 

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chuckie said:
Has anyone heard the pricing for this vehicle?

I read soemwhere that it will run around the same as a golf or something.
I guess that means starting around $20,000. I think that is a little high to start it at, although it will have a much better resale value than the older ones.

I hope they get the pricing right, so that the people they are aiming at can actually afford one....without sacrificing.
It will be around the same as the current neon. so expect around like 15,000 for a base bare-bones model and anywher from 20-24 thousand for the srt
 

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sr4tuner said:
It will be around the same as the current neon. so expect around like 15,000 for a base bare-bones model and anywher from 20-24 thousand for the srt
what about the convertible?:)
 

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The base price is actually higher then the base price as the Neon, tho the Caliber will come with more equipment standard and is a nicer "quality" of car.. DCX is aiming it for "2nd" time car buyers who want a little more quality.
 

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im personally expecting around the 25k area, and would not be surprised if it was 27k or more honestly...
 

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chuckie said:
Has anyone heard the pricing for this vehicle?

I read soemwhere that it will run around the same as a golf or something.
I guess that means starting around $20,000. I think that is a little high to start it at, although it will have a much better resale value than the older ones.

I hope they get the pricing right, so that the people they are aiming at can actually afford one....without sacrificing.
An Belvidere Assembly Plant upper manager told me yesterday that pricing will be set around 15k for a base model. Standard equipment is nice on this vehicle.
 

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Sort of off topic, but does anyone know what age group this vehicle is supposed to be targeted at?? Guessing at the price increase its gonna be a group a little bit older than what the previous srt-4 was targeted at?
 

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PSIJunkie87 said:
Sort of off topic, but does anyone know what age group this vehicle is supposed to be targeted at?? Guessing at the price increase its gonna be a group a little bit older than what the previous srt-4 was targeted at?
...College-educated 25-to-35-year olds with an annual household income of $40,000 are the primary target, he says...
That info came off the main page of this site...something like 2nd buyer target.
 

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chuckie said:
Has anyone heard the pricing for this vehicle?

I read soemwhere that it will run around the same as a golf or something.
I guess that means starting around $20,000. I think that is a little high to start it at, although it will have a much better resale value than the older ones.

I hope they get the pricing right, so that the people they are aiming at can actually afford one....without sacrificing.
Hello all,

So far pricing and availability information for the 2007 Dodge Caliber SRT-4 have yet to be released. As it stands now, the MSRP's are as follows:

SE - $13,985
SXT - $15,985
R/T - $19,985

(Above prices include a $560 destination fee.)

Like I said above pricing information on the SRT-4 has yet to be released. Like out other SRT vehicles, they will be an excellent value for what you'll get.

Cheers,
Dan
 

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Actually if you go to the dodge website it has the base model caliber at around $500 less than the base model neon
 

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High Caliber: it is mostly more standard options. AWD takes in account for some of the cost. I started with an SXT version on the built site and was up to just a couple hundered over $20,000 and less without the sun roof;). I can see how they are getting that starting price from that.
 

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Thats good that they are starting at below MSRP not right at it until they can fill the lots with them. Cool, $900 below MSRP for yours! Something for me to look forward to.
 

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I would recommend buying one the second they hit the lot. The dealers will be selling the car at under MSRP until they're sure of the demand. The four Calibers my dealer will be getting in four weeks (three SXTs and one R/T) will be sold under MSRP (before options) for the same reason. If those four cars go fast (and I'm told they will) they'll sell 'em higher so they can order more. This is what the dealer told me, so I really don't know if it'll be the same everywhere.

We had six people lined up to buy this Caliber. One of them (who test drove the car 30 minutes after it went on display) said he'd come back. He came back right as we were signing the papers for my trade.

So keep hounding those dealers, and jump on the first Caliber they get. ;)
 
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