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I am trying to decide ride between and SRT and Scat Pack and found the following from Car and Driver.

"Driven back-to-back at Portland International Raceway in eight-speed automatic form, the Scat Pack and the SRT 392 proved virtually identical in terms of on-track prowess."

I can't find any actual test that shows the adaptive suspension performs any better. I also couldn't find any skid pad numbers for the SRT392.
 

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Yep, I consider SRT8 a luxury version of the Scat Pack trim.

What SRT8 has in its package over SP:

20x9.5 black-hyper forged wheels
Brembo 6 pistons brakes
leather trim seats
leather flat-bottom steering wheel
heated steering wheel
heated front seats
ventilated front seats
HID headlamps
ADS suspension for comfort.
 

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I've been more than pleased with the handling and ride of my '16 Scat Pack. She has very good manners for a "big girl", and it's predictable.


The ride is firm, but not harsh at all.
 

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Yep, I consider SRT8 a luxury version of the Scat Pack trim.

What SRT8 has in its package over SP:

20x9.5 black-hyper forged wheels
Brembo 6 pistons brakes
leather trim seats
leather flat-bottom steering wheel
heated steering wheel
heated front seats
ventilated front seats
HID headlamps
ADS suspension for comfort.
Some of those are options for the SP. I've got the leather/heated/ventilated seats and steering wheel in mine. I think HID was an option too.

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Some of those are options for the SP. I've got the leather/heated/ventilated seats and steering wheel in mine. I think HID was an option too.

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Yes, that's correct. The options I listed are standard for the SRT8 while some of them are optional for the SP.
 

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SRT392 also has enhanced performance pages and a nifty redline feature, which I think is particularly useful as the tach is hard to see (at least in comparison to a Viper or 911).
 

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Yep, I consider SRT8 a luxury version of the Scat Pack trim.

What SRT8 has in its package over SP:

20x9.5 black-hyper forged wheels
Brembo 6 pistons brakes
leather trim seats
leather flat-bottom steering wheel
heated steering wheel
heated front seats
ventilated front seats
HID headlamps
ADS suspension for comfort.
Yes my 2017 has all but the 6 piston brakes, it has 4.
It also came with 245's instead of the 275 tires. But the sun roof and contusion blue paint were to much to pass up. "Mine may not be the fastest in my town but it sure is the prettiest" >:)
 
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