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Re: 2017 Jeep SRT Doesn't Look Right!

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Has FCA given any explanation of what exactly those silly plastic pieces on the corners of the bumper do?
They are raccoon, opossum and skunk catchers.

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Re: 2017 Jeep SRT Doesn't Look Right!

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Is this a picture of the new Durango?

That angle of the front bumper really makes it look simplistic and cheap.

Has FCA given any explanation of what exactly those silly plastic pieces on the corners of the bumper do? Imagine they would rip off pretty easily.
I'm guessing air ducts to help cool front Brembos......
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Old 09-10-2016, 09:14 AM
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Re: 2017 Jeep SRT Doesn't Look Right!

Over the years, car designs from most of the major brands have evolved to a point when many sedans look very similar. Could it be that SUV/truck designs are heading in the same direction? Here's an example where the vehicles are completely different, but the styling cues for the front facia look very similar.

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Re: 2017 Jeep SRT Doesn't Look Right!

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Over the years, car designs from most of the major brands have evolved to a point when many sedans look very similar. Could it be that SUV/truck designs are heading in the same direction? Here's an example where the vehicles are completely different, but the styling cues for the front facia look very similar.

Let's all admit, that pic was taken at a s#itty angle. Even the hottest supermodel has an unflattering pic every once and a while!
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Re: 2017 Jeep SRT Doesn't Look Right!

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Is it just me or does everything look satin black like the 16 Night edition?


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Re: 2017 Jeep SRT Doesn't Look Right!

I would trust zero finish/color representations in these renderings given that the renderings show the "dark ruby red" as, well, dark ruby red but in reality it is a bright "corvette" demonic red.....
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Re: 2017 Jeep SRT Doesn't Look Right!

I like it. Not as well as the 14-16, that was the best era for the GC SRT IMO but the 2017 is still a great vehicle and I'd love to have one.
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Old 09-11-2016, 01:36 PM
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Re: 2017 Jeep SRT Doesn't Look Right!

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I like it. Not as well as the 14-16, that was the best era for the GC SRT IMO but the 2017 is still a great vehicle and I'd love to have one.
No one cares what you LOWverlanding thinks of our SRTs....

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