http://www.mlive.com/auto/index.ssf/2013/06/video_chrysler_debuts_srt_ad_f.htmlAllpar News System said:The Super Bee experiment (cutting some frills but leaving the performance intact) has apparently worked; all three large SRT cars will be getting a lower-priced variant for 2014. The Challenger SRT 392 will be accompanied by the SRT Core, slashing $5,000 from the price; Charger SRT will have SRT Premium and SRT Super Bee, the latter at $3,000 less; and buyers can special-order a Chrysler 300C SRT Core, saving $4,000 off the SRT Premium. Dealers have been warned not to buy an SRT Core 300C for their lots — it’s custom order only. (All SRT prices quoted here include gas guzzler tax of up to $1,000, but not destination, which is $995.)
The SRT Challenger comes with a manual transmission standard; an automatic transmission is a $1,200 option. The other SRT cars, except Viper, all have automatics. The two Dodges have similar pricing for the standard SRT models ($45,159..
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New SRT commercial, if you look closely at 00:15 its says " The return of the Baron - 715" I might be looking into the commercial too much, but if thats a new name for the Chrysler 200 replacement of the 2015 Dodge Avenger replacement, damn thatd be a good name.
Whatcha think? I just think with the whole new article saying Dodge will be gone due to Fiat cancelling it, This could be a new sedan.