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I canèt believe they opted out of a limited slip..

either way, if FWD turbo rides were still my bag Id be all over it (like I was my old Neon SRT4).

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I was reading that article the other day. I am really surprised that Dodge didn't go with a AWD or RWD format. I'd take RWD over FWD any day of the week.

But it does sound like a fun little car to drive around.
 

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The platform doesn't go RWD. But AWD is even offered in the regular Caliber. The componentry must not be up to the turbo fours torque.

I've seen a couple of these around Detroit recently. Might be manufacturer cars.
 

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mkaresh said:
The platform doesn't go RWD. But AWD is even offered in the regular Caliber. The componentry must not be up to the turbo fours torque.

I've seen a couple of these around Detroit recently. Might be manufacturer cars.
Yeah the current Caliber AWD platform can't handle the power. I wouldn't be surprised to see AWD SRT4 Calibers in a couple of years though.
 
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