Question of the Week: What is the Best Overall SRT Product for the Money?

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When you ask pretty much anyone who is familiar with the SRT lineup which vehicle in the best, it is a good bet that most people would quickly bring up the mighty Viper.  However, if we take that question a bit further and look at the overall functionality along with the price of each current Street and Racing Technology vehicle – things get a bit more complex.  Based on that, we want to know which SRT model our members think is the best vehicle for the money with all things considered.

The Chrysler 300C and Dodge Charger SRT variants are pretty much identical in terms of performance capabilities but the Charger offers a lower price while the 300 offers a more luxurious feel.  The Challenger offers the power of the SRT sedans with slightly less rear seating space (but still more than the competition) while also being the only SRT vehicle other than the Viper to offer a manual transmission.  The Challenger is also the least expensive option in the SRT lineup.  The SRT Jeep can be driven and driven hard in rain or shine, summer or winter and it will do so while towing up to 7,200 pounds.  The Viper is the most expensive vehicle in the SRT lineup and has the least functionality but it is the most powerful naturally aspirated car in the industry today.  Below are the basic specs of each SRT vehicle.  Click here to head into the forum to vote for your favorite!

2014 Chrysler 300C SRT
chrysler srt 600
-Premium luxury sport look on the outside, premium luxury interior
-Room for four adults
-470 horsepower and 470lb-ft of torque
– 5-Speed Automatic Transmission
-Dual mode suspension
-MSRP starting at $45,900

2014 Dodge Charger SRT

charger srt 600
-Muscular SRT design applied to an aggressive sporty sedan
-Room for four adults
-470 horsepower and 470lb-ft of torque
– 5-Speed Automatic Transmission
-Dual mode suspension
– MSRP starting at $44,385

2014 Dodge Challenger SRT

challenger srt 600
-Classic muscle car coupe design
-The most rear seating room in the muscle car segment
-470 horsepower and 470lb-ft of torque
-6-speed Manual or 5-speed Automatic Transmission
-Dual mode suspension
– MSRP starting at $40,485

2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT

jgcsrt 600
-Sleek, super aggressive SUV styling
-Room for four adults and lots of cargo space
-470 horsepower and 465lb-ft of torque
– 8-Speed Automatic Transmission
-Multiple drive modes
-Advanced adjustable all wheel drive
-Adjustable suspension
– 7,200 pound towing capacity
– MSRP starting at $63,660

2014 SRT Viper

viper 600
-It’s the Viper
-Room for two with quite a bit of trunk space
-640 horsepower and 600lb-ft of torque
-6-speed manual transmission
-Multiple drive modes
-Dual mode suspension
-MSRP starting at $102,485

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