A viewer asked why a Mustang doesn’t sound like a Camaro and that led to a discussion about engine sounds. Many automakers tune engine and exhaust sounds specifically as part of their branding. This is especially true in performance vehicles. Here’s an explanation.
Aaron loses all objectivity in this review of the 2021 Durango SRT Hellcat. It’s pure awesomeness and probably the greatest family vehicle ever designed, up there with the Pontiac GTO Wagon and other hallmarks of muscle car multi-seaters.
Kristin talks about the Durango SRT from Dodge and its mixture of awesome family hauling, interior comfort, and monstrous power. She towed a trailer with this rig and more. Check it out!
The Dodge Durango SRT is 475 horsepower worth of beastly SUV clad in happy family-ready goodness. This comfortable monster can haul people around, tow trailers, and make muscle car noises. All at the same time.
In this episode, Kristin and Aaron talk about all things towing. Kristin tells her epic tale of towing a big RV trailer with a Dodge Durango SRT over the summer. Aaron talks about the practical aspects of towing and his background as a commercial truck driver. Both explain the ins and outs and how easy towing is compared to what people think it is. Action packed and informative!
Aaron’s calling it the Jeep Wrangler SRT. Jeep unveiled this concept just ahead of Ford’s unveiling of the all-new Bronco. Kristin loves the idea behind this 450-horsepower Wrangler Rubicon. Will this muscular Wrangler go to production? We think so.
It’s a family SUV that growls like a beast and goes REALLY fast. Kristin interviews SRT about the Trackhawk and why it’s the ultimate sleeper rig. Get a napkin, you’re gonna drool.
In this quick interview, Kristin talks with Tim Kuniskis of Dodge about the explosive new Charger SRT Widebody. Nobody needs 707 horsepower you say? Pshaw! Sure they do. Here’s why.