2 weeks ago, while I was in D1, they sais my shipping date would november 3rd.... Today i'm JS status wich is the step before shipping and they gave me a new shipping date of november 21st....
I hope what FCA told you is true but as of the daily tracking update last night on Jeep Garage, of the 526 TH's built, none have shipped.FCA says my TH will be shipped on Nov. 8th. Ordered on Sept. 4th and reached D-1 on Oct. 26th with a build date of Nov. 2nd. FCA had said they are built within one week after reaching D-1 but seems many of you have been in D-1 a lot longer. Dealer says mine will be shipped by rail to Phoenix and then by truck to the dealer. Imagine many of you are in a similar status assuming they built a significant number this past week.
Don't know when it will ship but once you do get the call, before taking delivery, inspect it and make sure there has been no damage from shipping or even the build process. Curious to the level of treatment they give these. Even better if you can get a shot of it rolling off the truck.Got a call from my dealer as well. My TH was in paint last week, and today is now built with a ship date of 11/9 but that call took place on the 10th. So I called and they confirmed it is built, but its in quality control. who knows when my will ship? I ordered it Aug 16th.
And yet after all of this R&D to design the world’s fastest SUV combined with such a thorough QC post production, 707 hp still isn’t enough for some. They’ll send it off to Hennessey to void the warranty on day one, what a shame.With so much power putting stress on the Trackhawk's components, I'm not surprised to hear that each one is being scrutinized under a microscope before being shipped off. At least this mean your TH is likely to last a long time before any work needs to be done.
Most cars just go through a paint check and other general QC tests before rolling into the dealership.
If you have the money then why not. I can see how some people are looking at the Dodge demon and dreaming of a Grand Cherokee Demon. Similar to what you see people doing with the Viper. Can't wait to see someone break these into the 10 second 1/4 mile time range.And yet after all of this R&D to design the world’s fastest SUV combined with such a thorough QC post production, 707 hp still isn’t enough for some. They’ll send it off to Hennessey to void the warranty on day one, what a shame.