SRT® and R/T Benefits and Features

August 23rd, 2018 by

2018 Dodge Challenger RT

The terms SRT® and R/T are associated with performance trims available on Dodge and some Jeep vehicles. SRT® stands for Street & Racing Technology and R/T stands for Road/Track, so what does this translate to for drivers in Lafayette?

Benefits of SRT

The SRT® trim offers top of the line performance and power. Drivers will be pleased to find upgraded engines, suspensions, tires, and brakes offering improved control, better handling, and faster braking.

R/T Advantages

You will still find improved performance specs and enhanced features missing on standard trims, but with a little less power. In return R/T models come with a lower price tag so they can be a great place to start if you are looking for a performance model on a budget.

Vehicles With SRT® and R/T Trims

The Dodge/Jeep lineup features a selections of these high-performance vehicles- like the Dodge Challenger SRT® Demon, World’s Fastest ¼ Mile Production Car. The rest of the SRT® and R/T lineup features:

2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee On Track
2018 Dodge Charger Rear

SRT® & R/T Features

The features and options available on any individual SRT® or R/T® trim can vary, but some performance minded features that can be found are:

  • HEMI® Engines: These powerful engines are often staples on SRT® and R/T trims, bolstering both torque and horsepower.
  • Brembo Braking: Avoid overheating and experience superior stopping power while on the roads of Lebanon.
  • Aerodynamics: SRT® vehicles are designed to reduce drag with the addition of spoilers, scoops, and other modifications.

Compare Them Both at our Crawfordsville Dealership

Interested in learning more about SRT® or R/T vehicles? At York Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT we have well-informed staff that provide award-winning customer service ready to answer all of your questions. Give us a call today or submit a question online at your convenience.

2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hood
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