what is better
neon srt4, it's lighter and not as ugly
Caliber is faster.
how about getting a real car
well personally if you are going to get a dodge there is only one dodge worth getting, a viper srt-10 haha oh and the new charger but then again few people can actually afford one of those so get the str-4 neon the caliber is one retarted looking, two the neon is lighter and quicker, and three there is a larger aftermarket for the neon srt-r
Seconhand Acura Integra Type-R will kick both of them in a race. And the aftermarket is just as big, even probably bigger. Or a Honda Prelude, or if you have to get one of those, go for the Neon. As much as i hate it, its the lesser of two uglies
srt4 neon, the run pretty qiuck, but i went wit a rsx type s and the interrior is way better then the neon's and it holds it resale value. my older brother had a srt4 and just sold it a few months. and wit both cars stock i beat him most of the time so. but srt4 neon for sure
the only reason that there is a larger aftermarket is because the caliber is brand new. Give it a year or so and it will be equal to, if not greater than the aftermarket for the neon
neither. buy a mustang.
Save money. Buy a pram and put a spoiler on it.
buy a F-body
im wiht you on that one ITR's are better wish mine was a Type-R besides Honda/Acuras are easier to maintain and the aftermarket possibilities are pretty much endless
hahaa wow that is the dumbest advice of all hahaah mustang that was a good one he wants something light not a fat whale that cant steer worth crap
well i work at a chrysler dealership..(i know they are garbage but it pays the bills lol ) Well they are both horribly designed cars expecially the caliber we have had all of the calibers we have sold come back for at least 2 warranty issues. and they have water leaks like crazy. The neon is a girls car i dont care if you get offended girls but it is. And i dont care if it has a stage 3 turbo kit for mopar its still cant get out of its own way. stay away from dodge unless its a 1969 or 1970 lol
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