That's sort of a disservice to the Grand Cherokee SRT8. Driving that was the most fun I've ever had behind the wheel of an SUV, behind the time I got on a race track in a Trailblazer SS. I wish that the Nitro was based on the Grand rather than the Liberty, since it would be a lot more comfortable if it were just a bit wider and longer.If they can slap an SRT badge on a Grand Cherokee, why not a Nitro?
Wait a minute... Chryslerbus has the worst inventory problems of all the Detroit brands. They have acknowledged that they're too truck-heavy in their sales fleet, so they're pumping money into an SRT-8 version of a vehicle that's not selling well?!! :fall:
Looks like its a fake.UPDATE: We're fairly certain this is a fake perpetrated with a spare "SRT-8" badge and some super glue, having gotten confirmation from a number of sources that there's no way the 6.1L HEMI would fit in the Nitro. Thanks, Dodge.
yepIt's probably a mule that was probably testing a diesel and the engineer
decided to have some fun Oh by the way this is a :repost:
a nitro srt-8 would be sweet, and actually, this post was started at 11:16 AM march 12th, and GMfan1111's post was started at 12:42 Pm, march 12th. So GMfan1111's is the repost. (i couldn't resist pointin that out)
yes, I'll stop arguing. I think it might have to do with time zone?? Anyway, I really can't wait to see some new pics if you grab any.took a look at my post and the time is 10;42 am. it could have been that the both of us posted at the same time and mine happened to be first. but lets not argue about this any further and lets stay on topic. Anyway i wish i could have gotten some pics but Avon Road is a two way street and a U turn was out of the question due to traffic. the next time it shows up around town i'll be ready