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2016 Chrysler 300 SRT Will Not Be Sold in the US

In the past few days, spyshots have emerged from internet showing Chrysler was road-testing a 2016 model year 300 SRT mule, which suggests FCA is indeed building the 2016 300 SRT.


However, yesterday officials from Chrysler said although such car does exist, the auto maker has no plan to sell it within the US market.

The last 300 SRT sold in US is the 2014 model year, with the 6.4L HEMI V8 outputs 470hp and 470 lb-ft of torque. For the non-US-bound 2016 300 SRT, the same V8 engine will get a slight power bump to be inline with its cousin – the Dodge Charger SRT 392, which has 485hp and 475 lb-ft of torque.

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Chrysler Petrol Engine Get Direct Injection and Turbocharging, Finally

Chrysler Engines Gets A Boost, Finally

Vehicles from the Chrysler Group are looking good these past few years, and also have powerful engines with reasonable pricing. For example, you can buy the highly acclaimed 700hp+ Dodge Challenger/Charger SRT Hellcat for less than $70k.

The careful reader may notice one thing from Chrysler: its engines are missing some modern key technologies: direct injection and turbocharging. The reason for this is: it takes an auto maker a lot of knowledge reserve and R&D to make direct injection and turbocharging production-ready. And it seems the day is finally coming for Chrysler now.


According from a report from Automotive News, Chrysler i...

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