Used Car of the Day: 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey
used car of the day 2013 jeep grand cherokee srt8

For $28K, does a decade-old track-ready SUV tickle your fancy? This 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 could be for you.

The seller doesn't say much about it, other than it runs well and he or she has added a Borla cat-back exhaust and Alpine audio with Apple CarPlay and front and rear cameras.

If you're near Worcester, pronounced Wooster, Massachusetts, go take a look.

[Images: The seller]

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  • VoGhost VoGhost on Jan 03, 2023

    Leave it to Stellantis to know their target customer base is so insecure about their sexuality that they have to buy a vehicle with SRT8 badges all over it. What's next, the Ram No Homo edition?

    • 28-Cars-Later 28-Cars-Later on Jan 04, 2023

      My man, based on what you've said here I might examine myself as you seem to be taking the retarded "That got a HEMMIIIIIII?" thing too personally. Ford puts pretend Mustang badging on it's Escape EV and I have yet to see anyone imply some kind of sexuality to the whole episode.

  • Kip65688146 Kip65688146 on Jan 03, 2023

    All that horsepower and it still isn't worth a $hit for towing.....NEXT!!!!!!

  • Jeff S The Cybertruck is one of the most hyped vehicles in decades.
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  • Art Vandelay I have no illusions tha my Challenger was going to be a car I wanted to own 10 seconds out of warranty. Fun, sure. Fun in 8 years? Hard pass based on the 2 years I had it
  • ToolGuy Weren't some of the most powerful engines in the M4 Sherman air-cooled? (And supercharged.)
  • ToolGuy "I installed oil temp and cylinder head temp gauges on various vehicles I was driving, so I could monitor how the engine was doing. I switched from my normal 20W50 and dropped to 15W40 oil and put down thousands of miles. Within that time, I saw a noticeable decrease in oil temps and even cylinder head temps while driving in different situations."ToolGuy has great admiration for your use of the scientific method in conducting original research.