2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Review

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For over two decades now, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has enjoyed its star status among the true and devoted mid-sized SUVs lovers, primarily for having one of the most comfortable and quite spacious main cabins in its whole class. At the same time, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is claimed to be among the most capable vehicles, which can pretty easily crawl over rocks or crush down the pavement, equally well. The current available the 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk presents one of the original mainstream SUVs, coupled with utterly potent and highly reliable motor option, as well as quite luxurious equipped interior and pretty wide range in-cabin technology. Shall we remember which exactly the features are available in this currently available variant? Let’s see…

Interior, Exterior & Appearance

The first original Grand Cherokee Trackhawk was introduced in 2010, as a 2011 year model. Thanks to the earlier DaimlerChrysler partnership, 2011 Grand Cherokee Trackhawk shared its basic underbody with the Mercedes M- and GL-Class SUVs. It had a direct impact on its overall external appearance, e.g. it featured much smoother on-road dynamics, masterfully designed steering, an available air suspension, while still retaining the off-road capability that made the Grand Cherokee, was in the early development stage. When we take into our consideration that the partnership between Daimler and Chrysler no longer exists, the prime example of their shared expertise will continue on anyway.

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2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk side view

The current 2015 Grand Cherokee Trackhawk presents the extreme as you want it to be, coupled with its top one Quadra-Drive system, which is powerful and sophisticated just enough for either negotiating slippery rocks and mud or mindfully gripping with the correct wheel in your snow-drift-buried driveway. Masterfully feature, indeed! And that’s not all, for this edition the Jeep has also introduced its awesome and pretty unique feature- a Range Rover-like Select-Terrain mighty system that simplifies getting through the tough stuff and coupled with an Auto mode plus separates all of the obstacles that could be found on the ground.

2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Front

And when all of you are, literally, left breathless and speechless Jeep changes for 2015 included an output bump to 475 hp for the Grand Cherokee engine! WOW! We can bet that the very first thought which came throughout your mind was: “Miracles DO happen! “:-)! And the 2015 Grand Cherokee Trackhawk’ inner cockpit also got few touches, like an Argentine Tan leather wrapped seat option, a couple of enhancements, including a new monochrome California Edition exterior package, and acoustic glass.

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2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Engine

Over the past two decades, the most of the Grand Cherokee models have been empowered either by a six-cylinder or V-8 gasoline engines, with a choice between rear- and four-wheel drive. The novelties, for the 2015th edition, are a turbo diesel engine option, more power for its thoroughly bonkers track-focused SRT edition and, somehow, moderate design updates.

2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Rear view

Release Date & Prices

The 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk has been available for purchase since the very first months of the previous year. As for the price, it suffered slightly increase, in order to justify all the updates and improvements, and come in a range of between $60,000 and $66,000.

Also read about 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee and 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

Summary

The current 2015 Grand Cherokee Trackhawk presents the extreme as you want it to be, coupled with its top one Quadra-Drive system, which is powerful and sophisticated just enough for either negotiating slippery rocks and mud or mindfully gripping with the correct wheel in your snow-drift-buried driveway.

Price: $60,000

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