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2013 Jeep Cherokee SRT8 Drag Racing Racelegal com 2 15 2013
Friday Night drag race your ride check out all 2013 Jeep cherokee SRT8 Drag racing I have to admit that I love this 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8. Don't necessarily understand why it exists, but I have a great time every time I drive one. I loved the old one, too. Maybe my admiration for the "normal" Grand Cherokee is spilling over to this performance model. Or something like that. I hear all the beefing: "It's a gas hog." "It's too big." "It weighs 5,000 pounds!!!" like I said, I hear you, but I ain't listening. We can sit here and argue for days about a hot-rod Grand Cherokee and its usefulness, or lack thereof. Me, I'll be out of the office and behind the wheel, having a ball. I think Chrysler did a nice job with the SRT package's more aggressive look with a lowered ride height, massive wheels and tires and the red brake calipers. It's tough-looking with a wicked hood. The engine is cool. Once the tach hits 3,000 rpm the thing takes off like a bottle rocket and makes all the right sounds while it's at it. In the name of a wee bit of fuel economy, the 6.4-liter has cylinder deactivation, noticeable by an "eco" light on the dash. I can also hear a flattening of the Exhaust note when the Hemi is running on four cylinders. According to the in-dash mpg indicator I averaged 16 mpg in basically a 50/50 city/highway mix. Not great but not a disaster. The interior is good with comfy seats and quality materials throughout. The flat-bottom steering wheel feels perfect to me. Some have said that compared to the old model this is a softer, not quite as raw SRT8, and I suppose one could argue that it's more refined. The steering is heavy and rough pavement can make the thing tramline some and bounce around a bit. Still, in my opinion, it's a blast to drive.




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