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If you build a 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee at Jeep.com you can select the 2017 SRT with the new facia, wheels and upgraded Brembo package. There is no Trackhawk option. It loads out at $79,456. Not sure how much the Hellcat engine will add to the price?
 

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That is very interesting because it comes with the front bumper intake cutouts as well.. The Hellcat engine won't be an engine option though. The engine itself as a crate engine is $22k from what I've found. The 6.4L Hemi is around $9k.
 

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Well look at the increase in price over other SRT's to Hellcats and the math makes sense, overall we're looking at a 30-35+ percent increase in price which puts a Grand Cherokee Trackhawk starting at the mid $80k's at the least, which to me sounds about right.
 

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I wouldn't really bank it directly on that though. This isn't the same as the Charger or Challenger to the degree of just throwing the same engine and transmission combo in there. They had to figure some way out to build an AWD system to cope with all of this so there was a more r&d into the Jeep.
 

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I wouldn't really bank it directly on that though. This isn't the same as the Charger or Challenger to the degree of just throwing the same engine and transmission combo in there. They had to figure some way out to build an AWD system to cope with all of this so there was a more r&d into the Jeep.
Okay, so what do you think it will go for? and what thought process supports that price?
Just because they're throwing in an new component doesn't mean price has to be different, there are many other factors to price than components.

The logic I brought forward adds up especially if you look at pricing of other Jeep models and the space its competing in.
 
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