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srt4 is very impressive, but id never buy one since 1) have u seen/sat in the interior? yuck... 2) every driver of one ive seen except for two, have been some 16 or 17 year old flying around in traffic...typically the ricer whose parents happened to buy him an srt instead of a civic (the other two were a lady and an older guy who weren't driving like asses) and no thanks i don't want to be associated with that group of drivers.
 

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supradakotaman said:
srt4 is very impressive, but id never buy one since 1) have u seen/sat in the interior? yuck... 2) every driver of one ive seen except for two, have been some 16 or 17 year old flying around in traffic...typically the ricer whose parents happened to buy him an srt instead of a civic (the other two were a lady and an older guy who weren't driving like asses) and no thanks i don't want to be associated with that group of drivers.
I wouldn't even begin to compare an SRT-4 to a Honda. Completely different leagues... The SRT-4 is more of a Mitsubishi design when it comes to performance and no Honda even begins to compare. Unless you put thousands of dollars into it in which case you could put the same amount of money into to something like an Eclipse and still have a much faster car. To sum it up, SRT-4s kick ass and Hondas suck... sorry adam, how is the honda anyways?
 

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lol no no im sorry i was misunderstood. I wasn't comparing hondas to the srt-4, all i was saying is kids who used to have the option for a "tuneable car" under 20k would settle for a civic si, which is what? 17k? Now there's the better option of an srt-4 which pounds the si (also the se-r, mazda 3, and other imports) in all areas except interior so of course the better choice would be an srt. However, what i'm saying is the same driver who was going to initially end up driving a honda is now drawn to the dodge because of what that car is capable of. So it's not the car at all, but the type of driver that ends up behind the wheel that makes that car appear in a particular genre or get associated with a certain type of driver (no offense to anyone on here if they have an srt, im only talking about the majority of those ive seen around, not every person who has an srt)
 

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lol no no im sorry i was misunderstood. I wasn't comparing hondas to the srt-4, all i was saying is kids who used to have the option for a "tuneable car" under 20k would settle for a civic si, which is what? 17k? Now there's the better option of an srt-4 which pounds the si (also the se-r, mazda 3, and other imports) in all areas except interior so of course the better choice would be an srt. However, what i'm saying is the same driver who was going to initially end up driving a honda is now drawn to the dodge because of what that car is capable of. So it's not the car at all, but the type of driver that ends up behind the wheel that makes that car appear in a particular genre or get associated with a certain type of driver (no offense to anyone on here if they have an srt, im only talking about the majority of those ive seen around, not every person who has an srt)
Oh, i see. I would have to agree with you about the interior... but they have to cut costs somewhere to get it under that $20 thousand mark.
 
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