What a fool. He obviously has a sweet spot for the small, sporty imports. The SRT-8 is not in that market. BTW, the Acura TL that he seems to like goes for about 2-5k less than the SRT8, has roughly the same skidpad and slalom ratings, has a puny 286 horsepower, and is still a smallish mid-size, front wheel-drive car.
RIght on!! And I still don't understand the negative comments about the interior. I guess I'm a bit of a minimalist, but I like it, and it's easy to keep clean? Dated? WTF? Yeah, cars with an EVIC, 0-60 timers, etc, that's real dated....sheeesh....Somewhere there might be a more ignorant car reviewer
I just don't know where
Are you alluding to the handling of your R/T that you are not commenting on? We be talkin' about SRT-8's handling here, Super Bees to be exact.Handling-wise: well, it's no secret that I'm less than impressed with the Charger's underpinnings. So I'd best not comment on that... I guess everything is relative, for many it's probably the best and most comfortable handler, but there are and have been cars with better comfort-to-handling ratios, I can promise you that.
Agreed. No doubt the SRT-8 outhandles the R/T. I am wondering if it rides worse than the R/T for that improvement in handling. If it outhandles the R/T while riding better than the R/T, then my hat goes off to the SRT8 suspension.Are you alluding to the handling of your R/T that you are not commenting on? We be talkin' about SRT-8's handling here, Super Bees to be exact.
I checked my magazine articles for that reference. Can't find it anywhere, can you point me to where you got that quote? Cause I'm sure it didn't come from your own personal experience.Exactly
The SRT8 that will easily outhandle the Trans Am.
"Oh...there's bumps in these roads? Better park the TA"