The Hemi powered SRT Grand Cherokee is not a secret and will most likely make an appearance at the New York International Auto Show this month. A second SRT may also show up, most likely in Charger garb. Our main concern is the use of SRT across the entire Chrysler Group lineup: like if BMW made a M-Mini or GM a Solstice SS. Now that Dodge, Jeep and Chrysler has SRT models all using Hemi engines, don't you think that each make should have an "exclusive" name or are we being too nitpicky.
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