Discussion in 'Chrysler 300 Performance Mods - Engine - 5.7L' started by TALLA, Feb 12, 2009.
no difference in the suspension, ride is the same. Heritage is a trim package.
Heritage changed in 09...If you can find one.
2009 has 20" highly polished aluminum wheels, seats that display Heritage Edition instead of 300C ovals and Dodge R/T suspension. Also has a lot of standard accessories.
My 2008 Heritage, I was told, as they sold it to me, had 350hp but I think the salesman was smoking something and getting the car mixed up with the SRT-8 design.
The SRT-8 Design has 10 more HP that came from the exhaust and a flash to the computer to overcome the lost of performance of 20" wheels.
So does it have the sound group 2 package as standard?
or maybe there just do things like that to mess with us
Yup they like to mess with us.The srt design is gone for the 09 model year so theres a good chance they bumped up some goodies on the 09 heritage to kinda take the srt dg place
hmmmm...trimming down on the model offerings...good place to start wit the SRT DG
Sorry for flogging a dead horse but I believe the 06 was the only year that had a bump in HP as mine came with the SRT exhaust tips and the build sheet states "Performance Exhaust" . I have seen many 07 HEs and they have the standard 300c tips and far less factory rumble too. my 06 HE also came with the Daytona style intake box too. As far as suspension my HE rides much stiffer/less comfortable than a standard 300c which i test drove several b4 deciding on the HE. As for what the suspension difference is ?? Probably just the shocks. I can attest though the 06 HEs are noticeably quicker than standard 300c IMO, but could just be the exhaust note placebo effect...
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