So no issue with any of that. Mpg will suck no way around that. But all around they are great trucks. Our own super moderator CM1 used to or still track races his. I found the stock setup suspension to be awesome. It never feels loose to me. The truck was always well planted. With it now being boosted it’s even more fun to drive. There are plenty of low mileage ones floating around still. Not sure if you want a wk1 or wk2. Again I’m partial to the wk1 because that’s what I have and its really been a great truck. I’d only consider replacing it for maybe hellcat powered durango but that hasn’t happened yet.Hi All,
I'm a car guy and looking to get a used vehicle that's a combination of sports car and station wagon since I haul around some lightweight items frequently (no need for an off road SUV). I was thinking an SRT might be a good option and I'm also looking at Magnums.
Here's my use case:
The power and straight line acceleration of the SRT is great, but what about the handling in curves? How does the SRT compare to the stock Grand Cherokees that it is derived from? The SUVs I've been in aren't good handling performers so what kind of handling does the SRT offer?
- Use as a daily driver at 12k mi/yr
- Take long 6 hour trips and want to arrive without feeling jangled and beat up
- Enjoy blasting around the hilly and curvy roads where I live
- Never take it off road.
- Never track it.