Chrysler srt8 2016

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All rights reserved. More on this:. Car reviews:. We forgive Chrysler for turning the second-generation into the badge-engineered Lancia Thema. We forgive the gray-haired Chrysler LX platform used by the full-size sedan. Still, the Chrysler SRT soldiers on in Australia and 15 other markets, sporting a glorious 6.

Chrysler 300 SRT 2016 Review

Chrysler SRT Spied: It's Alive &#; News &#; Car and Driver

What It Is: Less than a year ago, we snagged a pair of Chrysler s doing the hide-in-plain-sight thing, running around Detroit with the fresh bits—primarily the hood, fascia, and rump—obscured by the usual fabric cloaking. It was nothing unusual, as manufacturers have been using Motown surface streets to exercise almost-ready-for-primetime models for decades. Chrysler told us in the interim that the SRT was remaining in production for overseas markets like the Middle East, where the luxo-muscle sedan still has a rabid following. Spurred by the arrival of this set of fresh images, we called Chrysler for an update on all things SRT. Officially, they have no comment. Besides the fully visible SRT badge, a duckbill rear spoiler, slotted rotors, and Brembo calipers, a set of twin-spoke wheels and a lowered stance tell the rest of the story.

2016 Chrysler 300 SRT Earns 6.4L HEMI V8, Not Available in the United States of America

Back in the s and '70s the competition in the Australian family car market was dominated by the so-called Big Three. Always given in the order 'Holden, Falcon and Valiant', the big six-cylinder and V8 cars dominated the local market and put on a right royal battle. Chrysler Valiant fell by the wayside in when the company was taken over by Mitsubishi , leaving the field to the other two. Now the position has been reversed with the imminent demise of the Falcon and Commodore leaving a big Chrysler by itself in the affordable large sedan segment. That car is the Chrysler C which has been on sale here and although it's never been a big seller, everything else about it is big and it is certainly one of the most recognisable cars on the road.
Introduced to Australia in , Chrysler's ultra-macho C sedan was an instant hit in the marketplace, especially in the mighty V8-powered SRT version. The magic remains, but in tandem with the demise of the Australian car industry, the brutal sedan's relevancy is on the decline. Part of the Chrysler's success has been in its competitive pricing. Chrysler's SRT invites scorn like an industrial electromagnet. A degree of disapprobation that, to some, is entirely appropriate, while to others it's simply missing the point.