Want a Hellcat, but with more practicality? Then you’ll want a Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. This mega-SUV sports the 707 horsepower, supercharged 6.2-liter V8 from the Dodge Challenger Hellcat. Add in all-wheel drive traction, and the Trackhawk hauls…well, it hauls. 0-60 comes up in 3.6 seconds, whether you’re ready for that in a Jeep or not. Sure, it’s expensive (would you really pay $100,000 for a Jeep?), but its worth it to embarrass most sports cars out there.
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A new study published by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety concludes recent small cars still attribute higher driver death rates than larger ones, but available safety systems are an important factor to consider.