Who has ever taken a muscle car through a canyon purposely more than once because they wanted to "perform there" misses the whole point of a car like the Challenger. I understand this guy in the video is trying to critique the SRT8, but critique it in the arena it was built for, not in an arena that is ultimately unrealistic. He is a corvette owner. No wonder his assessments seem to attempt to dim the SRT8 down to a ho hum car....which it most definitely is not. The Challenger is the 240lb running back with speed, the corvette is the speedy, flashy wide receiver that wears the smaller shoulder pads. Completely nullifies his assessment when he mentions his ownership of a Corvette. I love the corvette btw, this isn't about that, I just think this guy makes an assessment in the wrong arena stepping out of little sports car and into the beefy srt8. Good topic -but I don't think that the RT is a few grand away from the srt8 in performance either....on the surface anyway.
"Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy a Challenger bad ass enough to pull up right beside it."
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