The Least Jeep-Jeep | 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Full Review
It's great that Jeep built an insane 4 wheel drive drag strip monster. We just can't justify the price on this 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't buy it.
This was a vehicle we were incredibly excited to get the keys to, as bookings were limited on this 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and the chances of seeing one on the road are pretty slim out here. After the novelty of a 707 horsepower mid-size SUV wore off we started to think long and hard about the actual people who would buy this vehicle.
Our review is a little different than usual, as we start off with some fun driving clips of us enjoying the sound and power of the Trackhawk, and how this vehicle made us feel within the first hour of driving it. We then pivot to a realistic real-world driving experience of this Jeep Trackhawk as we go over our thoughts and impressions of this vehicle after spending a week with it.
We show the exterior and interior of this Jeep along with the rundown of optional extras selected on this specific vehicle. We discuss the 0-100km (0-60mph) times and quarter mile times we recorded, and our fuel economy testing. Ultimately this is the least Jeep-Jeep Jeep has ever produced. Just because the price isn't justified doesn't mean it isn't great that FCA is making this. We think more bonkers cars like this need to exist.