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Jeep Trackhawk already popular in Australia

by David Zatz on

In the land of V8s (and no fuel economy rules), two hundred Australians have already put money down on the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. The first 62, a special edition, sold out before prices were announced.

CarAdvice wrote that the Hellcat-powered Jeep will sell alongside the “ordinary” 392-powered Grand Cherokee SRT; they noted that the Trackhawk matches the 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) time of the Porsche 911 4 GTS, with power and torque greater than most cars, even limited-edition supercars.

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