Yeah, but we're in Canada, and they don't usually offer as much variety on "premium" models like SRT. The Dart SRT will probably be sold with more standard equipment here, and obviously fewer options. Add on the "cars are more expensive in Canada because F-U you filthy Canadians, your government doesn't care about anti-competitive price gouging" fee and it will definitely be too rich for my paycheck. To keep it in perspective, my loaded 2013 Rallye 1.4T DDCT had an MSRP of CAD $30K. Of course, the pricing has changed, because a loaded 2014 Dart Limited/GT is about $29K (yeah, I know, I have the "expensive" turbo, but still, I don't have snazzy leather seats or the fancy "technology group").jsblanch
I'm really anxious to have more details about the SRT once additional info. is released.
It can be tough to put out a Dart SRT and carve down the price tag.
The "Core" model of the SRT models available in the U.S. market are attractive as you're getting all the performance and nothing more.
This lessens the blow of the cost, may be an option down the road for all markets and SRT models...