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Trade SRT-4 for a Caliber?

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i'm definitely concidering it. expecially if it has a good motor and good awd system
 

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Neither do i, but still, i get to drive a friends every once and a while, and man theres nothing more thrilling....i seriously doubt that any other vehicle can step to that (aside from the vipers and so on...yes realize that), the first srt-4 is where its at!
 

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has anyone heard anything about how much the caliber will weigh as compared to the srt-4? just curious how well it is going to handle the curves that the srt-4 makes look like child's play.
 

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I would rather have a Dodge Caliber then an SRT-4. The reason being for is there will be more things you'll be able to customize. I'm not totally sure but with having the option of have an 2.4L turbocharged AWD vechile i'd chose the Dodge Caliber hands down. I could wrong but let's say you wanted to fit four people inside your SRT-4 it's probably not going to be more comfrontable then the Dodge Caliber and your not losing any horse power.

That's just what I think though.
 

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YourKidSmokes said:
I would rather have a Dodge Caliber then an SRT-4. The reason being for is there will be more things you'll be able to customize. I'm not totally sure but with having the option of have an 2.4L turbocharged AWD vechile i'd chose the Dodge Caliber hands down. I could wrong but let's say you wanted to fit four people inside your SRT-4 it's probably not going to be more comfrontable then the Dodge Caliber and your not losing any horse power.

That's just what I think though.
You gotta think about all the variables though ex:looks weight power if the custom is anygood at all
everything comes into play with getting a diff. car over something you already have
 
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