Originally Posted by jet966
I'm more curious about a SRT-versioned QuadraLift.
The Cayenne and Rover Sport have variable ride height.
I'd love it in the Jeep.
Save the comments about the feature diverging from the purist performance SRT idea. The WK2 SRT's ride height is a compromise, so you can't argue purist performance. We've heard that argument plenty enough before. Additionally, the Cayenne puts the whoop-down on the SRT on the track WITH it's variable ride height.
...so can I dump the hell out of it when I'm carving canyons and lift it when I don't want to munch the splitter in 2013?
Originally Posted by Scottina06
theres no quadra-lift on the 2012. And I dont think its planned
Although I agree with Jet, that it would be a killer option I don't think it will happen for 2 reasons
1. Cost, they need to make a price point and the QL adds close to $2K to the price without adjustable dampers. On the Cayenne the 4 corner air is a $4K option (standard on the turbo)
2. Performance, the existing QL does not have adjustable dampers like the Cayenne, it only controls height. The SRT shocks are electronically adjustable Bilsteins and are not compatible with the Continental air ride system.