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Jeep Grand Cherokee 2019

TRACKHAWK

5.0

(53 trips)

Pickup & return location
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Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

Jeep Grand Cherokee 2019

TRACKHAWK

5.0

(53 trips)

16 MPG

Gas (Premium)

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Tim

5.0

Tim

All-Star Host

297 tripsJoined Nov 2019

Typically responds within 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like Tim are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Tim has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

** Free Airport delivery and iPad available with all of our vehicles. If you don't see the airport option please ask us to turn it on. Ask about the iPad at booking - it requires a separate agreement outside of Turo. When you want 'Merica in a SUV this is it! The 2018 Trackhawk takes the award winning Jeep Grand Cherokee, with its comfortable, spacious, and well appointed interior, and pairs it with the 6.2 liter supercharged V8 HellCat engine. The result is a Jekyll & Hyde SUV that can seat 5 with ample cargo space, and cruise comfortably while enjoying Beethoven on the 820 watt Harman Kardon stereo -- or BLAST from 0-60 in 3.5 seconds with a raucous symphony of snarling V8 and supercharger whine. Our Trackhawk is loaded with all the premium options, including Signature Leather-Wrapped Interior with Laguna Performance Seats, 19 Speaker 825 watt Harmon Kardon Stereo, Dual Panoramic Sunroof, 8.4" Touch Infotainment System, Heated and Cooled Seats, Heated Steering, and Towing Package. Whether you and your friends are headed to the resort for a weekend of riding powder, hauling your bikes to your favorite trail, or just cruising with Beethoven (yea right!) the Trackhawk will get it all done and leave you with a permanent smile. Airport Delivery Instructions: The vehicle will be waiting for you in the Turo designated area of the West Economy lot, section U3 with the keys inside. Please reference this page for more details about the lot and how you get a shuttle: https://support.turo.com/hc/en-us/articles/1500003856422-Colorado-airport-delivery-Guests Prior to arrival please upload one closeup photo of your driver's license with your name clearly readable. The name on the license must exactly match the name on the Turo reservation. If it does not please correct this before pickup. Once you arrive at the vehicle please take another selfie photo of you holding your license up to your face with the car in the background to verify your identity and ensure you are the person picking up the car, and not someone else. Once at the vehicle and your license photos are added we will remotely unlock. Return will be in the same location. Please ensure the vehicle is clean and has a full tank of premium fuel, or 60%+ charge for EVs. No smoking, vaping, or pets period. Failure to follow these requirements will result in cleaning fees between $250-500. Please warm the vehicle to normal operating temperature before spirited driving Please use only premium 91 octane fuel Please return vehicle with a full tank of fuel Renter is responsible for any parking tickets incurred during rental More info about the TrackHawk: There are many reasons to own a vehicle with 707 horsepower. Navigating through 15 centimetres of the fluffy white stuff — no, not Peruvian Marching Powder — isn’t one of them. Superchargers and eight huge, 103.9-millimetre pistons don’t normally mix well with roads that think they’re skating rinks. On the other hand, there’s nothing normal about the Trackhawk version of Jeep’s Grand Cherokee. Ostensibly an SUV, the Trackhawk is much more a supercar dressed up as something slightly practical. Its 6.2-litre supercharged V8 is all but identical to the V8 that powers the Hellcat versions of Dodge’s Challenger and Charger, neither one of which, I think we can all agree, makes much of a winter beater. So the question, then, isn’t whether the Trackhawk is super — its 3.5-second sprint from zero to 96 km/h certainly qualifies as that — but whether it is as utilitarian as an SUV. Is it, in fact, practical enough to face the worst that the Great White Frozen North can pitch at it? Luckily, my week in the Trackhawk coincided with the first major snowstorm of 2020. And with Canada’s Olympic boxing camp in Montreal — I have an athlete trying to make it to Tokyo this year — it was supercharged Jeep versus serious snowfall for 600 kilometres of slimey, sideways-ness. Would inherent “Jeepness” be enough to overcome old man winter? Or do 707-horsepower and 20-inch Pirelli winter tires simply overwhelm the all-wheel-drive system, locking differentials, and traction control? It’s a winter weapon In normal winter conditions — at least, normal Toronto winter conditions — the Trackhawk is pure weapons-grade SUV. The Pirelli Scorpion Winter tires grip mild dustings of road with tenacity, Jeep’s AWD distributes torque — anything from a 70/30 rear-bias to an equally distributed 50/50 — with alacrity, and of course, 707 supercharged stallions can storm pretty much any fortress. Throw in six-piston Brembos up front and a semi-stiff suspension setup, and you have a supercar seemingly built for the True North, Strong and Free. Not that I am in an way encouraging irresponsible behavior in adverse conditions, of course. Even mass dumpings — such as the one that hit the East Coast mid-January — fail to seriously blunt the Trackhawk’s charge. Oh, the comparatively wide tires — 295/45ZR20s — floated a little higher atop the fresh 15 centimetres of snow cushion, preventing the “bite” that something wearing narrower winter tires might enjoy in deep snow. And when traction is at such a premium, those 707 horses (and the accompanying 645 lb.-ft. of torque) do make judicious throttle control an absolutely necessity — the electronic traction control system can have a hard time keeping up with the rapidity with which the big supercharged V8 can spin tires. But all that being said, it would seem that Jeep DNA — as long it’s reinforced with Pirelli snows — can overcome the worst of winter, the Trackhawk easily going where lesser SUVs fear to tread. It was especially gratifying, for instance, to see a couple trying to push their all-season-tire-equipped Honda CR-V up a super-slick, snow-covered hill near my suburban Toronto home because their “catch and grab” all-wheel-drive system wasn’t up to the job. Ditto for the northern reaches of Les Laurentides, where the big Jeep was nonplussed by anything Mother Nature and too-often suspect Quebec road maintenance could throw at it. The Trackhawk may not be quite as winter friendly as, say, a more modestly powered Subaru, but I can’t think of another 700+ horsepower vehicle that could have made it through this winter’s deluge. There’s nothing subtle about the Jeep Trackhawk Ostensibly a competitor for sophisticated super SUVs like Porsche’s Cayenne Turbo — at $133,765, my tester was certainly priced like one — the Trackhawk is far more overt in its brutishness. Fire it up first thing on a cold morning — like the balmy –15 degrees Celsius sunrises that accompanied all the snow — and you’re greeted with an exhaust note that would not be unwelcome in a NASCAR pit lane. Sharp, intense and insistent, it’s difficult to maintain that temperate throttle control I mentioned was necessary for safe Trackhawk-ing through snow when the damned thing is so, well, encouraging. Throw in mildly stiff suspension and the aforementioned six-piston brakes — which are a little touchy when traction is minimal — and the supercharged Jeep is hardly the ideal winter Magic Wagon substitute, no matter how many junior goalies you can fit in the rear seat. Throttle response, ride quality, and the constant aural reinforcement of bad intentions do not make for a subtle ride. A Cayenne Turbo can skulk past unsuspecting Toyota RAV4s unnoticed given judicious enough throttle control; the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, however, cannot. That’s not to say there’s anything unsophisticated about the Grand Cherokee Oh, the cabin décor won’t be rivaling a Bentley Bentayga and there’s not the cozy, sitting-in-front-of-a-fireplace aura one associates with a topline Jaguar. But Jeep’s Uconnect infotainment system is an easily decipherable as anything in the biz, its Bluetooth connectivity second to none and the optional audio system not bad at all. We rang up well over 2,000 kilometres in the big Jeep under some of the most stressful driving conditions possible, and never once did the Trackhawk leave us wishing for something more sophisticated and luxurious. Nonetheless, I’d still have one Unlike the rest of the Driving crew, I have no soft spot from the rest of the FCA super-ish cars, the Challenger and Charger simply too brutal, in my opinion, for anything other than actual drag racing [It’s OK to be wrong, David. —Ed.]. But the extra traction, taller suspension, and passenger/cargo capacity afforded by an SUV makes this marriage of supercharger and AWD truly captivating. After all, who doesn’t want an engine that sounds like it should be on the big banks of Daytona, or one that’ll accelerate to 100 km/h in much less than four seconds? And despite my inference that this Grand Cherokee is hardly subtle, it’s more than sophisticated enough to carry off its performance luxury designation. So, if you don’t mind that it sucks back more hi-test than Keith Richards, the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk may be the sport-brute of your dreams. One thing’s for sure — it can make it through the worst of our winters.

Deluxe class

This exclusive car has additional safety checks for guests under 30.

Features

Must be 25+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Android Auto

Apple CarPlay

AUX input

Backup camera

Bike rack

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

Child seat

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Ski rack

Snow tires or chains

Sunroof

USB charger

USB input

Heated Steering

Heated/Ventilated Seats

Supercharged V8 707HP

Sirius XM Mostly Music Subscription

Park Assist

Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. Android is a trademark of Google LLC.

Extras (3)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Prepaid refuel

Save time, make drop-off a breeze, and avoid additional fees by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car at any fuel level. Price includes up to a full tank of gas.

$50/trip

Child safety seat

Child safety seat suitable for most children.

$75/trip1 available

Unlimited mileage

If you want to avoid unexpected mileage penalties for shorter trips where you might average more than 250 miles per day this will cover you with unlimited mileage.

$300/trip

Parking details

Conveniently located just 10 minutes from Denver International by Uber or taxi, next to a gas station and car wash.

Guidelines

No smoking, vaping, or pets period. Failure to follow these requirements will result in cleaning fees between $150-250. Please warm the vehicle to normal operating temperature before spirited driving Please use only premium 91 octane fuel Please return vehicle with a full tank of fuel Renter is responsible for any parking tickets incurred during rental Renter is responsible for all toll charges incurred during rental

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(50 ratings)

Reviews

Peter C.

PeterNov 9, 2021

Great vehicle and a great host. Super smooth contactless pick up. Fluid communication throughout the entire process

Tom S.

TomNov 8, 2021

Great Jeep. Awesome to drive. Very clean

Donavon F.

DonavonOct 28, 2021

Tim was absolutely awesome to rent from. Amazing vehicles, great communication and always a speedy reply with any questions you may have. I will definitely be renting from him again! Thank you Tim!

Tim's response

Likewise, thank you!

Mateshia W.

MateshiaOct 18, 2021

Great team to work with.

James W.

JamesOct 13, 2021

Absolutely in love with the track hawk! I’m definitely going to get it again.

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Jeep Grand Cherokee 2019

TRACKHAWK

5.0

(53 trips)

16 MPG

Gas (Premium)

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Tim

5.0

Tim

All-Star Host

297 tripsJoined Nov 2019

Typically responds within 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like Tim are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Tim has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

** Free Airport delivery and iPad available with all of our vehicles. If you don't see the airport option please ask us to turn it on. Ask about the iPad at booking - it requires a separate agreement outside of Turo. When you want 'Merica in a SUV this is it! The 2018 Trackhawk takes the award winning Jeep Grand Cherokee, with its comfortable, spacious, and well appointed interior, and pairs it with the 6.2 liter supercharged V8 HellCat engine. The result is a Jekyll & Hyde SUV that can seat 5 with ample cargo space, and cruise comfortably while enjoying Beethoven on the 820 watt Harman Kardon stereo -- or BLAST from 0-60 in 3.5 seconds with a raucous symphony of snarling V8 and supercharger whine. Our Trackhawk is loaded with all the premium options, including Signature Leather-Wrapped Interior with Laguna Performance Seats, 19 Speaker 825 watt Harmon Kardon Stereo, Dual Panoramic Sunroof, 8.4" Touch Infotainment System, Heated and Cooled Seats, Heated Steering, and Towing Package. Whether you and your friends are headed to the resort for a weekend of riding powder, hauling your bikes to your favorite trail, or just cruising with Beethoven (yea right!) the Trackhawk will get it all done and leave you with a permanent smile. Airport Delivery Instructions: The vehicle will be waiting for you in the Turo designated area of the West Economy lot, section U3 with the keys inside. Please reference this page for more details about the lot and how you get a shuttle: https://support.turo.com/hc/en-us/articles/1500003856422-Colorado-airport-delivery-Guests Prior to arrival please upload one closeup photo of your driver's license with your name clearly readable. The name on the license must exactly match the name on the Turo reservation. If it does not please correct this before pickup. Once you arrive at the vehicle please take another selfie photo of you holding your license up to your face with the car in the background to verify your identity and ensure you are the person picking up the car, and not someone else. Once at the vehicle and your license photos are added we will remotely unlock. Return will be in the same location. Please ensure the vehicle is clean and has a full tank of premium fuel, or 60%+ charge for EVs. No smoking, vaping, or pets period. Failure to follow these requirements will result in cleaning fees between $250-500. Please warm the vehicle to normal operating temperature before spirited driving Please use only premium 91 octane fuel Please return vehicle with a full tank of fuel Renter is responsible for any parking tickets incurred during rental More info about the TrackHawk: There are many reasons to own a vehicle with 707 horsepower. Navigating through 15 centimetres of the fluffy white stuff — no, not Peruvian Marching Powder — isn’t one of them. Superchargers and eight huge, 103.9-millimetre pistons don’t normally mix well with roads that think they’re skating rinks. On the other hand, there’s nothing normal about the Trackhawk version of Jeep’s Grand Cherokee. Ostensibly an SUV, the Trackhawk is much more a supercar dressed up as something slightly practical. Its 6.2-litre supercharged V8 is all but identical to the V8 that powers the Hellcat versions of Dodge’s Challenger and Charger, neither one of which, I think we can all agree, makes much of a winter beater. So the question, then, isn’t whether the Trackhawk is super — its 3.5-second sprint from zero to 96 km/h certainly qualifies as that — but whether it is as utilitarian as an SUV. Is it, in fact, practical enough to face the worst that the Great White Frozen North can pitch at it? Luckily, my week in the Trackhawk coincided with the first major snowstorm of 2020. And with Canada’s Olympic boxing camp in Montreal — I have an athlete trying to make it to Tokyo this year — it was supercharged Jeep versus serious snowfall for 600 kilometres of slimey, sideways-ness. Would inherent “Jeepness” be enough to overcome old man winter? Or do 707-horsepower and 20-inch Pirelli winter tires simply overwhelm the all-wheel-drive system, locking differentials, and traction control? It’s a winter weapon In normal winter conditions — at least, normal Toronto winter conditions — the Trackhawk is pure weapons-grade SUV. The Pirelli Scorpion Winter tires grip mild dustings of road with tenacity, Jeep’s AWD distributes torque — anything from a 70/30 rear-bias to an equally distributed 50/50 — with alacrity, and of course, 707 supercharged stallions can storm pretty much any fortress. Throw in six-piston Brembos up front and a semi-stiff suspension setup, and you have a supercar seemingly built for the True North, Strong and Free. Not that I am in an way encouraging irresponsible behavior in adverse conditions, of course. Even mass dumpings — such as the one that hit the East Coast mid-January — fail to seriously blunt the Trackhawk’s charge. Oh, the comparatively wide tires — 295/45ZR20s — floated a little higher atop the fresh 15 centimetres of snow cushion, preventing the “bite” that something wearing narrower winter tires might enjoy in deep snow. And when traction is at such a premium, those 707 horses (and the accompanying 645 lb.-ft. of torque) do make judicious throttle control an absolutely necessity — the electronic traction control system can have a hard time keeping up with the rapidity with which the big supercharged V8 can spin tires. But all that being said, it would seem that Jeep DNA — as long it’s reinforced with Pirelli snows — can overcome the worst of winter, the Trackhawk easily going where lesser SUVs fear to tread. It was especially gratifying, for instance, to see a couple trying to push their all-season-tire-equipped Honda CR-V up a super-slick, snow-covered hill near my suburban Toronto home because their “catch and grab” all-wheel-drive system wasn’t up to the job. Ditto for the northern reaches of Les Laurentides, where the big Jeep was nonplussed by anything Mother Nature and too-often suspect Quebec road maintenance could throw at it. The Trackhawk may not be quite as winter friendly as, say, a more modestly powered Subaru, but I can’t think of another 700+ horsepower vehicle that could have made it through this winter’s deluge. There’s nothing subtle about the Jeep Trackhawk Ostensibly a competitor for sophisticated super SUVs like Porsche’s Cayenne Turbo — at $133,765, my tester was certainly priced like one — the Trackhawk is far more overt in its brutishness. Fire it up first thing on a cold morning — like the balmy –15 degrees Celsius sunrises that accompanied all the snow — and you’re greeted with an exhaust note that would not be unwelcome in a NASCAR pit lane. Sharp, intense and insistent, it’s difficult to maintain that temperate throttle control I mentioned was necessary for safe Trackhawk-ing through snow when the damned thing is so, well, encouraging. Throw in mildly stiff suspension and the aforementioned six-piston brakes — which are a little touchy when traction is minimal — and the supercharged Jeep is hardly the ideal winter Magic Wagon substitute, no matter how many junior goalies you can fit in the rear seat. Throttle response, ride quality, and the constant aural reinforcement of bad intentions do not make for a subtle ride. A Cayenne Turbo can skulk past unsuspecting Toyota RAV4s unnoticed given judicious enough throttle control; the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, however, cannot. That’s not to say there’s anything unsophisticated about the Grand Cherokee Oh, the cabin décor won’t be rivaling a Bentley Bentayga and there’s not the cozy, sitting-in-front-of-a-fireplace aura one associates with a topline Jaguar. But Jeep’s Uconnect infotainment system is an easily decipherable as anything in the biz, its Bluetooth connectivity second to none and the optional audio system not bad at all. We rang up well over 2,000 kilometres in the big Jeep under some of the most stressful driving conditions possible, and never once did the Trackhawk leave us wishing for something more sophisticated and luxurious. Nonetheless, I’d still have one Unlike the rest of the Driving crew, I have no soft spot from the rest of the FCA super-ish cars, the Challenger and Charger simply too brutal, in my opinion, for anything other than actual drag racing [It’s OK to be wrong, David. —Ed.]. But the extra traction, taller suspension, and passenger/cargo capacity afforded by an SUV makes this marriage of supercharger and AWD truly captivating. After all, who doesn’t want an engine that sounds like it should be on the big banks of Daytona, or one that’ll accelerate to 100 km/h in much less than four seconds? And despite my inference that this Grand Cherokee is hardly subtle, it’s more than sophisticated enough to carry off its performance luxury designation. So, if you don’t mind that it sucks back more hi-test than Keith Richards, the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk may be the sport-brute of your dreams. One thing’s for sure — it can make it through the worst of our winters.

Deluxe class

This exclusive car has additional safety checks for guests under 30.

Features

Must be 25+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Android Auto

Apple CarPlay

AUX input

Backup camera

Bike rack

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

Child seat

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Ski rack

Snow tires or chains

Sunroof

USB charger

USB input

Heated Steering

Heated/Ventilated Seats

Supercharged V8 707HP

Sirius XM Mostly Music Subscription

Park Assist

Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. Android is a trademark of Google LLC.

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Prepaid refuel

Save time, make drop-off a breeze, and avoid additional fees by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car at any fuel level. Price includes up to a full tank of gas.

$50/trip

Child safety seat

Child safety seat suitable for most children.

$75/trip1 available

Unlimited mileage

If you want to avoid unexpected mileage penalties for shorter trips where you might average more than 250 miles per day this will cover you with unlimited mileage.

$300/trip

Parking details

Conveniently located just 10 minutes from Denver International by Uber or taxi, next to a gas station and car wash.

Guidelines

No smoking, vaping, or pets period. Failure to follow these requirements will result in cleaning fees between $150-250. Please warm the vehicle to normal operating temperature before spirited driving Please use only premium 91 octane fuel Please return vehicle with a full tank of fuel Renter is responsible for any parking tickets incurred during rental Renter is responsible for all toll charges incurred during rental

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(50 ratings)

Reviews

Peter C.

PeterNov 9, 2021

Great vehicle and a great host. Super smooth contactless pick up. Fluid communication throughout the entire process

Tom S.

TomNov 8, 2021

Great Jeep. Awesome to drive. Very clean

Donavon F.

DonavonOct 28, 2021

Tim was absolutely awesome to rent from. Amazing vehicles, great communication and always a speedy reply with any questions you may have. I will definitely be renting from him again! Thank you Tim!

Tim's response

Likewise, thank you!

Mateshia W.

MateshiaOct 18, 2021

Great team to work with.

James W.

JamesOct 13, 2021

Absolutely in love with the track hawk! I’m definitely going to get it again.

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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