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Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT and Trackhawk Get Slight Price Increases for 2021

The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee in SRT 392 and SRT Trackhawk trim are live on the Build and Price portion of the brand’s consumer website, putting the rumors of no 2021 Trackhawk to rest, but the two high performance SUVs do cost a little more for the new model year.

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When the 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat was introduced a few months back, a rumor popped up online that the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk would not be offered for the 2021 model year. As you may know, the Durango and Grand Cherokee are closely related, so the arrival of the supercharged Dodge SUV led some folks online to make up a rumor about the Hellcat Durango essentially replacing the Jeep Trackhawk. Although there was no foundation to that rumor, it was popular enough in social media groups that some Jeep fans were upset that the 707-horsepower Grand Cherokee was racing off into the sunset.

Fortunately, that is not the case. Information on the 2021 Grand Cherokee SRT and Trackhawk was rolled out on the FCA media website earlier this month, but more importantly, those models are now available in the Build & Price feature on They cost a little more than the 2020 models, but they are still available in all of their high performance glory.

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk2021 High Performance Jeep Pricing
As was the case for the 2020 model year, the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee will be offered in two high performance levels. The first is the SRT model, featuring the naturally aspirated, 392-cubic inch Hemi with 475 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. The second is the Trackhawk, with the supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi delivering 707 horsepower and 645 lb-ft of torque. The output of both of those models remains unchanged from 2020 and, for the most part, each of these high performance sport utility vehicles are identical to last year’s versions.

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

One key difference that we spotted on is a minor price increase for the SRT and Trackhawk models. The SRT started at $69,140 in 2020, while the 2021 models start $250 higher at $69,390. The 707-horsepower Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk starts at $87,895, up $450 from the 2020 base price of $87,645. Those prices do not include the $1,495 destination fee, which has remained steady from 2020.

2021 Jeep SRT and Trackhawk Colors
While the base pricing of high performance Jeep Grand Cherokee models has increased a bit, options appear to have stayed the same. In the Build & Price portion of the website, the same 10 colors from 2020 are listed for 2021. Those colors are listed below.

Diamond Black
Granite Crystal
Sting Gray
Billet Silver
Slate Blue
Velvet Red
Green Metallic
Ivory Pearl Tri-Coat
Bright White

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

It should be noted that Redline and Green Metallic are only offered on the Trailhawk, Trackhawk and SRT models. There are also two returning colors that are not available on the SRT or Trackhawk models, Walnut Brown and Sangria.

The interior color choices for the 2021 Grand Cherokee SRT and Trackhawk also remain unchanged. The standard seats have suede centers with leather trim in either black or black and sepia. Buyers who step up to the optional Laguna leather can pick from all black or black and Ski Gray. The Ski Gray option is exclusive to the Trackhawk. Unfortunately, the combination of black and Ruby Red, which is optional on the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk, is not available with the SRT or Trackhawk.

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Rush (not verified)    October 22, 2020 - 10:41AM

Based on your article, there is a $250 difference between the 2020 trackhawk and the 2021. You have it listed as $450. Otherwise, awesome article.