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Unread 08-15-2011, 10:33 PM   #16
chrisjsmith4
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I read msrp is 46 not 56. Which in my eyes makes it very affordable. About the same price as other srt brand vehicles( if you build what you really want) . I was looking at getting a regular GC but I think I would buy this one instead. It will compliment the hemi TJ I will have here in the near future. So what if it will cost more than a two bedroom apartment.

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Unread 08-21-2011, 01:29 PM   #17
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I prefer the dual exhaust in the center. That is an indication that Jeep do not want you to tow anything with the SRT8 or be towed.

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The dual exhaust is cool, when they are closer and center mounted, But some monkey will cut out the lower panel and bolt a tow bar to it.

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Unread 08-21-2011, 01:48 PM   #18
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Jeep should omit the tow select on the 2012 SRT8

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Jeep uses an active-valve exhaust system along with cylinder-deactivation to achieve a 450-mile range (manufacturer estimated fuel economy stands at 12/18 mpg) and unlike the last SRT8 Grand Cherokee, this one can tow up to 5,000 lbs. That means no more center exhaust outlet.

The Selec-Trac system works with the adaptive damping suspension and has five modes: Auto (for everyday driving), Sport (for a sportier street ride), Track (firms up body motion and suspension, also automatically turns off traction control) for track duty, Snow (for inclement weather (duh), can transfer 100 percent of the available torque to one rear wheel), and Tow (self-explanatory). The SRT8 rides on 20-inch wheels.
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Cold air intake*Trush (magnaflow) turbo muffler* Hypertech power program*
Hood Prop mod. Battery Quick Release mod.
Resonator removed (sounds like a V8 on start up)
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