Dodge Neon SRT-4 Product Chronology

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Dodge Neon SRT4

2005 Model YEAR:

EXTERIOR – New Orange Blast body color

INTERIOR – Optional Kicker/SRT Livin’ Loud audio system with six-disc CD changer


  • New torque-sensing limited-slip differential developed jointly with Quaife.
  • Horsepower increased to 230 hp (172 kW) at 5300 rpm and torque increased to 250 lb.-ft. (339 N•m) between 2200-4400 rpm.
  • New NGC3 engine control module and a new calibration for wider torque range.
  • Larger fuel injectors provide increased fuel flow.
  • New BF Goodrich KDW2 three-season tires are standard equipment.
  • Developed to match the vehicle’s high-performance suspension and handling characteristics, the new tire’s design and rubber compound provide maximum grip for cornering, accelerating and braking.
  • Unique racing-inspired bright pedal pads added.
  • Optional sun roof with passenger assist handles.
  • Electric Blue paint replaces Solar Yellow.


  • SRT4 introduced. Named Sport Compact Car of the Year by Sport Compact Car Magazine.
  • 2.4-liter Turbo engine.
  • New engine controller
  • Five-speed manual transaxle
  • Unique front and rear fascias, sill extensions and hood with functional scoop, functional rear wing.
  • 17-inch alloy wheels
  • Michelin Pilot Sport ultra-performance radial tires.
  • High-performance suspension and four-wheel disc brakes
  • Satin Silver center stack, door remotes and shift knob.
  • Viper-inspired seats
  • Carbon fiber leather steering wheel and shift boot.
  • 160-mph speedometer with Satin Silver accents.
  • Available in Flame Red, Solar Yellow, Black or Silver.
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