2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee Hellcat Trackhawk Won’t Live Up To Its Name?

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We know that it’s a super long official name, but you’ve still got to call it that way. But calling it the Trackhawk is one thing, to be considered as one powerful Trackhawk is a whole different story altogether. That’s because the 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee Hellcat Trackhawk could be packed with an engine that would seemingly make it less powerful than its Challenger and Charger brothers.

Don’t get us wrong, it’s still going to be deemed as the best ultra-high performance SUV in the world. Just that it’s probably not going to be as top-notch as we’d expect it to be. Perhaps it’s time to tone down some of our expectations so we wouldn’t get more disappointed at the end of the day.

The Trackhawk we are expecting is still expected to have an advanced four wheel drive system, powered by a Hellcat Hemi engine under the hood to produce 707 massively supercharged horsepower. Sure, there’s no denying how impressive it’s still going to be, since it’s also going to have the heavy-duty 8-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission too.

So as much as we are expecting for more oomph factor to come with the Trackhawk, expect to be slightly disappointed instead. Or if you’re the optimistic kind, you wouldn’t even be bothered by what it’s going to be packed with since it’s still going to be regarded as the best SUV when it launches. Right?

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