The Nitro makes no attempt at the curvy coupelike profiles of its competition, instead choosing a classic Jeep-boxy profile. We really like how the front wheels are pushed way out toward the nose of the vehicle.
Twisting this knob to "4WD LOCK" locks the differential and turns all four wheels at an equal rate. You won't be doing any rock climbing in the Nitro R/T, but the feature is still good for snowy and icy conditions.
As part of the R/T package, the basic six-speaker audio system is upgraded to a 368-watt Infinity system with eight speakers and a discrete subwoofer. Audio quality tends to be bass heavy and loud, but surprisingly free of major distortion.