Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8

Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8

Meet the fastest, most powerful Jeep vehicle ever. The Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 (starting at $40,000) boasts a big-block 6.1-liter HEMI V8 engine that puts out a whopping 420 horsepower. We're not sure it's actually safe to have that many ponies out on the trail, but Jeep's electronic full-time four-wheel-drive system will help keep the horsepower-to-death ratio in check. The SRT8 also has Bilstein monotube shock absorbers, front and rear stabilizer bars, Royale leather trimmed seats, and 20-inch wheels.

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