While its big brother the Charger has always been at home in Nascar country, the Challenger lives out west. Would you take one on the ultimate Western road trip?
A brand new Camaro SS Convertible will do 0-to-60 MPH in roughly 4.8 seconds. The brand new SRT8 Jeep Grand Cherokee will do it in about the same time. I knew that. The young woman in the Camaro SS next to me looking to sprint down the mostly abandoned section of rural Texas highway clearly didn't.
In the mountains of central Asia, yak racing is a hairier, but no less entertaining twist on horse racing. It's kind of like building and running the world's fastest naturally-aspirated SRT8 Jeep.
Ferrari unveiled its highly anticipated F1 car for the 2012 season in bizarre conditions and many sites, Jalopnik included, are deeply confused and discouraged by the new racer. Click through for more details on this monumental failure.
Chrysler is reviving its classic Super Bee and Yellow Jacket monickers at next week's LA Auto Show. Based on the Charger SRT8 and Challenger SRT8 respectively, both cars get a fresh coat of "P***y Magnet" yellow paint, and a slew of badges and similarly-colored interior bits n' pieces.
It might look like an average 2007 Jeep SRT8 at first glance, but from the moment this twin turbo beast launches, it becomes very clear this one is anything but average.
More than a quarter-of-a-million people have seen the video of a Corvette ZR1 driver crashing into a Chrysler SRT8 since Jalopnik first posted it. Now we have the video, and story, of what happens next.
Last week we showed you a Corvette Z06 racing a Koenigsegg CCXR at the mile long Moscow Unlimited, with surprising results. We would hardly call this footage from the same event a race (we aren't sure what happened to the BMW) but the results are certainly still surprising. Sure it's a Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 and…
This old video of a beaten up Chevy S-10 taking down a newish Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 in an oval race has taken on a second life on the web. People are outraged. Hang the S-10 driver! Ban him from the track! The reality is: it's the Jeeper's fault.
One hot minute before the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 is expected to debut, one of our sharpshooters in the field caught a pair of the sport trucks in a moment of repose. Tired from all the sub-five-second 60mph pulls?
It's not a secret amongst tuners that an abnormally large percentage of the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8's are exported two kind of people: Russians or people I've heard euphemistically referred to as "Latin American businessmen." Seriously. And these "Latin American businessmen" will be pleased as cocaine-laced punch…
Thanks to a craptastically-configured auction, a member of the ChallengerTalk forums snagged a steal-of-a-deal on a usually-goes-for-$45K Dodge Challenger SRT8 for just $29,100. Now the Signal Hill, CA car dealer's trying to back out of the deal.