The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is a whole lot of vehicle. It’s big, it’s fast, it has a massive 707 horsepower 6.2-liter Hellcat V8 and it can tow up to 7,200 lbs. But how much will all that cost once it arrives dealerships later this year?
That’s a question we don’t yet know the answer to, but we can make a well educated guess. The 470 horsepower 6.4-liter HEMI V8 powered Grand Cherokee SRT starts at $66,895 in the United States. The Dodge Challenger Hellcat starts at $62,495, which is about $13,000 more than the $49,195 Challenger SRT 392. Logic would dictate that the Trackhawk will be about $13,000 more than the Grand Cherokee SRT, then, so we’re guessing it’ll retail for about $79,000.
We think $79,000 would be a fair starting point and considering other performance SUVs like the BMW X5M start around $100,000, it would be a steal. Not to mention the Trackhawk is the most powerful, quickest accelerating performance SUV of the lot. We’d love to hear if you think the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is worth that much or not, so let us know what you think it should be priced at in the comments below.