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It'll be interesting to see. I would assume the SRT4 will be more competition towards the Focus ST, with a very similar price point.
 

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Of course, Hyundai or Kia can release a souped up version of the VT with the 2.0t engine from the Sonata / Optima. Then the SRT4 will have some real competition! :D
 

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yea but im sure it wont have any of the badass stuff the vt has as fr as the touch screen and nav blue link what not, and hatchback its a sedan and it wont have 40mpg thats what makes me love he vt soo much i wanna be able to carry stuff in my car besides groceries...
 

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yea but im sure it wont have any of the badass stuff the vt has as fr as the touch screen and nav blue link what not, and hatchback its a sedan and it wont have 40mpg thats what makes me love he vt soo much i wanna be able to carry stuff in my car besides groceries...
The Dart has a pretty cool 8.4" touchscreen with a TON of options. Even has Wi-Fi and wireless charging. As far as interior appearance and options the Dart has the VT beat hands down, UNLESS Hyundai surprisses us (which could happen)
 

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Yeah, I understand, I was just off thinking of what a Dodge Dart Hatch would look like. Kind of the difference between what a Mazda 3 sedan and hatchback.. It's just strange that Dodge doesn't do hatchbacks.
 

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Yeah, I understand, I was just off thinking of what a Dodge Dart Hatch would look like. Kind of the difference between what a Mazda 3 sedan and hatchback.. It's just strange that Dodge doesn't do hatchbacks.
Very! Your right though, the Omni may have just been the last Dodge hatchback LOL! Thats funny. Here's something especially for you

 

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the dart still with all the options wont have the badass mpg the vt has and the 100k warranty... plus the hatch
true true but I was addressing your previous comment

yea but im sure it wont have any of the badass stuff the vt has as fr as the touch screen and nav blue link what not
If the VT is like the regular Veloster the interior cannot compete with the Dodge Darts. Darts interior, in my opinion, is best in it's class. Customizable dash cluster, 8.4" UConnect screen with all the bells and whistles including Wi-Fi. First car to ever have Wireless Charging for your cellphone etc. VT wins hands down in the Warranty and Mileage department no argument there.....
 

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Ah, the Shelby Z :) They weren't bad cars in the day. It was Dodge's first attempt at trying to best Japanese engineering that Nissan and Mitsubishi had been really pioneering (Small displacement, turbocharged engines).. They also had the Shadow, and Shelby CSX that was pretty nice
 

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This is a good topic, as I find myself perplexed as to which I would get. I plan on getting something this summer. I like both the Dart and the Veloster. Dart SRT4 will definitely cost more than the the Veloster as the regular R/T already does. However I wasn't considering it anyway as release is too far away. Dart with 1.4 turbo or Veloster with 1.6 turbo? Both have their strengths.
 

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I wasn't really all too interested in the Dart myself, but now after seeing just how awesome some of it's features are, and talking to others on Dodge Dart Forum, it does certainly seem very nice. I am also quite interested to see that Chrylser 100 now, since I am fan of hot hatches
 

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This is a good topic, as I find myself perplexed as to which I would get. I plan on getting something this summer. I like both the Dart and the Veloster. Dart SRT4 will definitely cost more than the the Veloster as the regular R/T already does. However I wasn't considering it anyway as release is too far away. Dart with 1.4 turbo or Veloster with 1.6 turbo? Both have their strengths.
I love both of these cars but the deciding factors for me were interior and customizability. I'm purchasing the R/T and with over 150 Mopar parts and accessories that will be available for it, it was too hard to pass up. The Veloster was hard to walk away from and it wasn't an easy decision but the R/T offers ME so much more.
 

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I sold my '66 Fairlane 500 4 door not too long ago so I could go to something smaller with less doors. The Dart looks nice, but I'm not going back to a sedan for a while.
 
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