Dodge SRT-4 ACR 

  • $22k built in USA
  • 2005-2005
  • 230 HP 2.4L
  • 153 mph
We also appreciated the neutral and crisp handling that is accompanied by a firm but not harsh ride.
by Car and Driver (Apr, 2004)
Maybe Dodge was listening, because for 2004, a limited-slip differential, made by Quaife, is now standard equipment.
by Car and Driver (Apr, 2004)

Road Tests Real world tests of the Dodge SRT-4 ACR

0-60mph

SRT-4 ACR
5.3 s
Cobalt SS
6.2 s
Nissan 350Z
5.2 s

Top speed

SRT-4 ACR
153 mph
Cobalt SS
124 mph
G8 GT
140 mph

0-100mph

SRT-4 ACR
13.4 s
G8 GT
12.3 s

1/4 mile

SRT-4 ACR
13.8 s
Cobalt SS
16.6 s

Data points Key details of the Dodge SRT-4 ACR

Price

SRT-4 ACR
$22k
Cobalt SS
$21k
G8 GT
n.d.

Number built

SRT-4 ACR
1,175 cars
G8 GT
n.d.

In The News From around the web

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Jan

Dodge SRT-4

by RON KIINO |
Car & Driver News
Based on the 2000 Neon SRT (Street/Road/Track) concept car shown two years ago in L.A., the 2003 SRT-4 will hit streets sometime in the summer of '03.
Rounding out the package are 17-inch wheels, specially tuned strut and spring assemblies, 11-inch disc brakes, a redesigned front fascia with hood scoop, and a large rear spoiler.

Specifications Full list of technical specs

general

Brand Dodge
Price $22,390
Type of car Production car
Year 2005-2005
City mileage 22 MPG
Highway mileage 30 MPG
Number built 1,175 cars

transmission

Drivetrain FWD
Gearing Traditional
# of gears 5 gears

engine

Displacement 2,429 cc
Air compressor Turbocharger
Fuels Gas
Compression ratio 8.1:1
Bore/stroke 3.44 in / 3.98 in
Valvetrain DOHC
Valves per cylinder 4 valves

road tests

Top speed 153 mph
1/4 mile 13.8 s
0-60mph 5.3 s
0-100mph 13.4 s

power & handling

Power-to-weight ratio 12.83 lb/hp
Maximum hp 230 HP
Maximum torque 250 ft-lb
Max RPM 6,240 RPM
Steering system Rack and pinion

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc
Front wheels 406/? 178
Rear wheels 406/? 178

physical dimensions

Curb weight 2,950 lb
Width 67.4 in
Height 56 in
Length 174.4 in
Wheelbase 105 in
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