I bought one in October (Daytona R/T package in Mango). It's a nice ride,
but the 2004 Mustang Cobra which I owned previously was much more exciting,
and much faster with a smaller engine (4.6 litre supercharged, DOHC V-8).
I will probably sell it within the next two months or so. I have not seen
another one like it on Vancouver Island.
I was seduced by the curb appeal and bought it on impulse. Here's a link to
the one I should never have sold, and the Charger.
What I'd really like is a test drive in a 2007 SVT Shelby Cobra when they
roll out this fall.
- John A
The Neon and Charger aren't even in the same class. The Neon small sedan is
now a very outdated model being replaced by the new Caliber small sedan
which should be great on gas.
The 300C and Charger large sedans were to replace the 300M and Intrepid
large sedans. Get the significance of the phrases "small sedans" and "large
And there's actually not a great deal of difference in fuel efficiency
between an SRT4 and a Charger V6 model. Even when you compare a Neon SRT4
to a new hemi-equipped Charger, the difference in rated fuel economy is
actually only 5mpg. I think that's quite reasonable. Of course the SRT8
Chargers are much thirstier since they sadly don't have the MDS.
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