That's exciting. My 2011 is on its way and I didn't get the STP because it will be my only car in the winter as well.MORE than cosmetic changes. I drove a 2011 RT a few days ago. The steering feels much better and handles better. The base RT I drove felt like a super track pack car. Very little body roll for a base RT. The steering feels much better, like you have better control of the car and it is much more easy to turn the wheel with better feedback. (It has the electirc assist steerng). There are a few little changes on the interior. Like mentioned above is the steering wheel and map lights for the rear passengers. It did come with climate controll also. They say that the seats were upgraded for the 2011 but I didnt feel any differance but the seats have a MUCH BETTER fold forward system and you get the fold forward on the drivers side as well. Are all the changes worth the 5-6k more it would have cost me for the 2011 over the good deal I got on the 2010. NOPE, I am perfectly happy with the 2010.
Does the "key trick" still work to completely disable traction control?I took delivery of my 2011 R/T Classic a week ago. I made the decision in September to wait for a 2011 and the new changes. The keyless enter n go is cool and the handling is much more responsive. I have the STP and the difference is noticeable between the STP R/T that I drove in September.
There is a significant cost difference between buying a 2011 vs a 2010, but I wanted the new stuff. Money well spent? In my mind yes, but maybe not to someone else.
I thought, after the 5.7 updated to Eagle they had variable manifolds as well.I thought the intake manifold on all hemi's were of a dual length design. That it changed over to a shorter runner length once the engine was above a certain rpm. What is the runner length of the intake manifold for the hemi engine then?