JMS935 you are awesome for getting a TrackHawk order in at INV!!!! Great work on timing and finding a dealer who needed to unload their allocation at the end of the 4 day order period. I am guessing most of us are going to pay MSRP, and a few unlucky ones out there in bigger cities over MSRP.
Sure, the $87k base price is a bit higher than most people speculated, but FCA probably paid a bit more in development of it relative to the Challenger/Charger since the tranny and driveline needed to be beefed up a bunch. I am sure they still have a HUGE profit margin, since there are no sheetmetal changes or any other cosmetic differences, and this WK2 platform has long since been paid off given it dates back to Daimler-Chrylser days and Jeep has sold millions of WK2s since the intro for the 2011 model year. They will get 9 years out of WK2 before we see a new Grand Cherokee for 2020 (assuming their financial issues and possible brand sale doesn't alter those plans).
Speaking of profit margins, I also love how the premium HK audio is a $1,995 option on SRT/TrackHawk but only a $1,095 (formerly $995 in 2017s) option on the Overlands for the SAME stereo. That is just gouging.