Our Aussie introduction to the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk wasn't a long one, but it was amply explosive. Does the seat-of-the-pants on-track experience live up to the hype?
Want the practicality of a medium SUV, but need to head off the beaten track? The Jeep Compass Trailhawk could be the answer.
Last year, Trent arm-wrestled the monstrous new Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk through our first drive overseas, and very soon you'll read of our first drive on Australian soil. A hot time at the track, in fact. Recently, though, Tony and Alborz took a Trackhawk touring through New York. This is that story. The instructions are simple enough...
Sponsored by: Jeep Australia. The World War II Jeep rolled off the assembly line in the 1940s, an indestructible workhorse. The 'go anywhere, do anything' mentality has been at the forefront of the Jeep brand ever since. Today, there is no other vehicle that owns adventure quite like Jeep...
The Jeep Compass was once our lowest-scoring car. Can the new 2018 Compass prove it's now on the right path?
The polarising front end is gone, but the same two engines remain. The 2018 Jeep Cherokee is 'same same but different'. It still has the chops, though, to appeal to buyers in the medium SUV segment.
Jeep doesn't just whack a Trail Rated badge on just anything. That's why we were keen to see just how good the all-new Jeep Compass Trailhawk is.
Following on from our taste of the SRT, we take a look at the petrol V6 engine to see if it makes sense within the broad Jeep Grand Cherokee range.
With the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT, the company has a large SUV that can take on most comers in performance stakes, and also presents solid value for money.
Let's be up front about this – you simply cannot question the pedigree of the Jeep Wrangler, whose legend began in 1940 when the original four-wheel drive prototype was delivered to the U.S. Army. That first car was the grandfather of the Wrangler we still see on our roads today...
With stunning power and torque, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is aimed at one thing – changing the perception of Jeep's high end off-roader. On-road or on-track, it's a performance weapon.