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You can even show off your sensitive side by going 0-60 mph in 114 feet, just before you plow through that family of geese over there. Yes, the 2018 Jeep Cherokee Trackhawk is Jeep’s most outrageous endeavor yet, and one that is guaranteed to put a smile on that boring face of yours. Then you will really have people to impress with your 3.5 second 0-60 mph time, or maybe the 180 mph top speed this 5,363 lb whale is capable of. The gunmetal wheels sparkled against the lustrous red paint as they flew along their axis, seemingly traveling backwards to onlookers. What’s quicker than a Lexus LFA, a Dodge Hellcat Challenger and a Mitsubishi Evo X FQ400 that has room for five passengers?
The Jeep Trackhawk Is The Most Badass SUV Ever Built
Instead, we need to focus on the overall package that is the Grand Cherokee SUV, and the special benefits that come from buying the Trackhawk model. Like the Trackhawk, the Model X bleeds red, white and blue. Doubtless, there will be many YouTube videos of these two SUVs drag racing, but at $135,000 for the P100D, even the Tesla can’t match the Jeep on price. Both cars are American, but have little else in common besides speed and overall functionality. What we must do with the Trackhawk is throw away many of the pricing considerations, because anyone who cares that much about price is probably shopping for the base V6 version of all of the SUVs that we’ve mentioned.
See what Roman saw for yourself. Roman Mica caught Jeep’s yet to be released 707-hp Grand Cherokee Trackhawk blasting up I-70 where it climbs up the Continental Divide from 9,000 feet to 11,000 feet. So can the Trackhawk fly uphill even while towing roughly more than 5,000 pounds of SUV behind it? The quad-exhaust pipes on the rear would indicate that there’s a supercharged 6.2-liter Hellcat V8 engine under the hood. And the Trackhawk did it while towing a Jeep Compass.
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