Originally Posted by Scottina06
How does the current SRT get trounced by the euros?
Here in Germany on the autobahn, race-tracks, and especially car-shows the German Super-SUVs are quite common. I see them every time I am out. I don't want to make this a stats war for arguments sake, and besides I think the Jeep SRT deserves this motor.
X5M & X6M 556 HP / 500 TQ (650 HP/TQ Tuned)
Porsche Cayenne Turbo S 550 HP / 553 TQ
These are two that I see most commonly. The problem here is that regardless of price, they are winning. For the most part, people have no clue the Jeep SRT is even made, and the newest generation being "subtle" doesn't help it at all.
Don't get me wrong, I love my Jeep. I would never own the competitors, but I would rather have them respect the American cars, and this is the answer. Now, if I could have 700+ HP and do it cheaper than european competitors, this would be the winning combination.
BMW X6M, 555hp, 500tq, $95,000
Porsche Cayenne Turbo S 550hp, 553tq, $147,000
Mercedes Benz G63 AMG 536hp, 560tq, $136,000
Mercedes Benz ML63 AMG 518hp, 516tq, $98,000
Range Rover Sport Supercharged 510hp, 461tq, $79,000 - See more at: The Challenger's Hellcat Hemi Could Make the SRT Jeep the World's Baddest SUV - Torque News