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Is this anyone's 2017 SRT? Was traded in at Inskip BMW in Rhode Island about a month or so ago. Looks to be from New Hampshire. Granite Crystal Metallic with Niche wheels, Borla exhaust, Demon Performance 2-piece rotors.

[Apparently I can't post a link since my post count is "too low". If you go to BMW of Warwick site and search "Jeep" in Pre-Owned it will come up.]

I normally would not consider purchasing a car that has been previously modified since I do all my own work and have a hard time trusting that someone else did good work. But it looks like it was cleanly done.

Just looking to get some information on it before I make a decision.

Thanks!
 

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It looks to be in perfect condition. Price seems a little high for the miles but I'm not up on current prices especially on the SRT. I know the dealers have to start high and then work down from there otherwise they'd be losing money.
The dash looks fine but make sure there's no issues with it because they are a nightmare trying to get them replaced. If there's any kind of a bubble then that's just the start of the problem that will turn into looking like crap, and Chrysler is not replacing them free unless it's within the 3/36.
Good luck if you get it.
Thanks for the info. Can you elaborate a bit on the dash issue? Is this just for SRTs? I have a 2015 and 2019 GC and neither of them have any issues with the dash.

It is actually a fair price from the research I've done, especially with the parts that are already on it.

These mods are not going to affect the longevity of the vehicle and are reasonably cheap to reverse if that's the way you want to go. The mods you need to be wary of are lift or lowering kits. Sometimes these are done really well but other times they are done using the cheapest parts.

It looks like a good SRT and should be a great car to drive. With the Borla exhaust, you may need to extend your budget to include some earplugs/forum/images/JeepForum_2016/smilies/tango_face_smile.png They sound great when you are blasting around town but on long road trips, not so good.
I know, there's a possibility I will replace it with a stock exhaust for now since I have two little kids. We'll see how they react to it.

This SRT is definitely lowered but I can't tell how from looking in the wheel wells, I haven't had them put it on a lift yet. I haven't done any research on the "kits". What should I be looking for?

I doubt this guy did anything cheaply, he also put on Demon Performance 2 piece rotors all around. Which is nice but also concerns me; normally I wouldn't spend $3k on rotors unless I'm tracking the car. So not sure how I feel about that.
 
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