Calling it the most powerful and quickest SUV ever, Jeep has unveiled the 707 horsepower Hellcat powered Grand Cherokee Trackhawk at the New York Auto Show.

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Comments

    • mountainhobo
      mountainhobo

      Does FCA have any vision for the future besides putting bigger and bigger engines in the same cars?

      about 2 years ago
    • Greg Fritchen
      Greg Fritchen In reply to mountainhobo

      mountainhobo They are doing this because they know the bigger engines will be outlawed soon. It's like a "let's get it out of our system now cuz later it's all gonna be gone" type of mentality.

      about 2 years ago
    • Hounan Mohammad Has Yellow Fever
      Hounan Mohammad Has Yellow Fever

      It's probably going to be closer to $100K since the SRT already has a price tag of $70K.

      about 2 years ago
    • Tommy Hammond
      Tommy Hammond

      I'll take that over the challenger any day and I'm not even into SUV's.

      about 2 years ago
    • Opal Beifong
      Opal Beifong

      One thing made by chrysler that's still good.

      about 2 years ago
    • Eric Luhtanen
      Eric Luhtanen

      I think closer to $85- 95K since the regular SRT Jeep is already about $75K,

      about 2 years ago
    • jlv3x
      jlv3x In reply to Eric Luhtanen

      They're just changing the name but keeping the vehicle

      about 2 years ago
    • Eric Luhtanen
      Eric Luhtanen In reply to Eric Luhtanen

      jlv3x they may get rid of the SRT moniker, but would be foolish to get rid of the 6.4l, but we shall see

      about 2 years ago
    • jlv3x
      jlv3x In reply to Eric Luhtanen

      Starting in 2018 only Dodge will carry SRT's Jeep had to change the name of their performance Jeep.

      about 2 years ago
    • Eric Luhtanen
      Eric Luhtanen In reply to Eric Luhtanen

      No, it is not, just like you can still buy an SRT Challenger and an SRT Charger

      about 2 years ago
    • jlv3x
      jlv3x In reply to Eric Luhtanen

      The Trackhawk is replacing the SRT for 2018 so it'll probably be between $70 and $80k.

      about 2 years ago