Guess Where You Can't Buy The New Facelifted Chrysler 300 SRT

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This has got to be a mistake.

The freshly face-lifted Chrysler 300 SRT is a mean piece of American muscle fitted with a monstrous Hemi V8 engine that pumps out 470 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. The SRT 300 is so "Murican" that it doesn’t even don a Chrysler badge on its new front grille because the manufacturer is so confident that you’ll know where this baby comes from. With that being said, can you guess where this insane freedom-loving muscle car still can’t be bought?

If you said the Middle East, South Africa, Belarus, Angola, Australia, New Zealand, Brunei, Zimbabwe, Indonesia, Japan or South Korea, then you, my friend, would be wrong. That’s because the latest 300 SRT is available in all of these places. However, if you happen to live in the United State of America, we’re sorry to say, you cannot buy one from your local Chrysler dealership. On the other hand, if you really want to purchase a new 300 SRT you are welcome to import it from one of the many aforementioned locations. Is it just us, or does something not feel right about this?

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