Since I own an SXT, I'm curious what the acronym means. I want to remove THAT lettering from my Mag. Unless it stands for something cool, but I highly doubt it.
SRT = Street Racing Technology
R/T = Road & Track
SXT = ???
Just slam it.
Super Xtra Tawesome
(the 't' is silent)
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Always wondered the same thing.
My SE stand for Special Ed ;p
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I talked to a guy that works at a Dodge dealership and he said that those letters mean nothing, as far as acronym or initials go. Just a sport trim package basically. A friend of mine says that he once heard that it meant Standard eXTra, which means it's a step above a base model. On new dodges you have SE (Standard Edition), SXT (Standard eXTra), then the RT (Road and Track) and SRT (Street Racing Technology) models.
I hope that helped inform you.
No go and rip that sh!t off!!!
how about Speedy Xtra Thorougbred
Please Note I'm not trying to offend the R/T R/T Owners out there(Glenn and Others), just don't know why there was a need to double up on the same name???
My 07 Standard XTra came with leather. Is that common ? The inside is very similar to the RT with the exception of a few details.
Just slam it.