The 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Costs Almost $90K


The most powerful SUV ever will come at a price.

The 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk will start from $86,995 including destination when it arrives dealerships in the fourth quarter of 2017. Customers interested in securing one of the 707-horsepower Grand Cherokee Trackhawks can place an order with their local Jeep dealership starting August 10.

Powered by a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk features 707 hp and 645 pound-feet of torque, allowing it to go zero-to-60 mph in just 3.5 seconds. It does the quarter mile in 11.6 seconds at 116 mph and has a top speed of 180 mph. The powerplant is paired to an eight-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission that promises to deliver improved shift response, quality, and consistent performance and durability.

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Naturally there’s the Jeep Quadra-Trac on-demand four-wheel-drive system on board, which includes an electronic limited-slip differential and a single-speed active transfer case. The powerful SUV has a 7,200-pound towing capacity.

Available options for the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk include dual-pane panoramic sunroof, three-season tires, lightweight 20×10-inch forged aluminum Low Gloss Black wheels, fully wrapped Signature Leather Interior Package in black or black/Dark Ruby Red, 19-speaker Harman Kardon high-performance audio system, dual-screen rear-seat entertainment center with Blu-ray, trailer tow package, and Dark Ruby Red seatbelts.

Buyers can choose from nine different exterior colors: Billet Silver, Granite Crystal, Diamond Black, Ivory Tri-coat, Bright White, Velvet Red, Rhino (exclusive), Redline 2 (exclusive), and True Blue.

“The 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk delivers astounding performance numbers, backed by renowned SRT engineering that combines world-class on-road driving dynamics with luxury, refinement and an array of innovative advanced technology,” said Mike Manley, Head of Jeep Brand – FCA Global. “As the most powerful and quickest SUV, there is nothing else like the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk in the market, and with its starting price of $85,900, there is no better value for a high-performance SUV.”

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  • wk99

    Pfftt, ‘nothing else like’… yeah, because actual performance SUVs don’t suck anywhere near as bad. For that kind of money you’d be far better off buying an actual performance vehicle from an actual performance company like Porsche. Not just a tarted up Jeep. Don’t get me wrong, Jeeps are fine things, but this is a joke.

  • gary oblock

    That’s a joke. The Trailhawk trim is supposed to be for off-road use and I didn’t even see any tow hooks included, you couldn’t lock any of the differentials and it didn’t mention increased ground clearance or all terrain tires. By the way, who in the heck thinks it is a good idea to make a 180 mph jeep because I think the very notion is daft.

  • Linden

    I think you read it wrong. It’s a TRACKhawk… the Trailhawk is a completely different model (also available). FCA dropped the SRT naming with the Jeep brand, so that’s what they decided to rename it to. It’s the latest vehicle they’ve decided to drop the Hellcat engine into, and it’s been rumored for a year or so.

  • gary oblock

    That’s confusing… it seems they have both trims… I’m still not convinced the Grand Cherokee “Trailhawk” is all the great off-road… maybe if they put a Li’l Blue style suspension which is a independent suspension which articulateness as much as a fixed axle on it it might be more impressive (the chief argument against Little Blue was the cost and at $80K+ for some Grand Cherokees I don’t see that argument holding up.)