Let's hope the Saturn ION Redline and Chevy Cobalt SS fare as well. Maybe an as-of-yet unannounced Sunfire GXP?
Full article: http://autoweek.com/cat_content.mv?port_co...t_code=04707550
SRT-4 sales screaming
When Dodge first envisioned building a performance version of its Neon subcompact, internal estimates suggested sales might reach 1000 per year. By the time the vehicle hit the market earlier this year, that number had already been revised upward to 3000. Now Dodge marketing chief David Kimball says the earlier projections need another adjustment, given the company is on track to sell 10,000 SRT-4s per year and will likely decide soon to boost annual production to 13,000 cars. The SRT-4 will still be hard to come by, no doubt, considering the 2004 model's horsepower increases by 15 to 230 hp and the car gets a limited-slip differential, all for the slightly higher base price of $20,995.