Jeep Grand Cherokee Specials in Daphne, AL


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Jeep Grand Cherokee: Off-Road Friendly and a Comfortable Daily Driver

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is designed for families or those who want plenty of space to stretch out while also enjoying the off-roading capabilities Jeeps are known for. Multiple trims have earned recognition for things like the interior, the value, customer loyalty, popularity, and more. The Grand Cherokee has premium styling both inside and out, with features like daytime running lamps, LED fog lamps, and leather trim. This Jeep is also Trail Rated so you can count on it to take you off-road without a problem. In addition to excelling off-road, you even have the option of two V6 engines, one gas and one diesel. 

2016 vs 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee: What's the Difference? 

The biggest difference between the 2016 and 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee is the addition of the Trailhawk model. This trim was designed for off-roading and comes with the Quadra-Drive II four-wheel drive, Kevlar-reinforced off-road tires, hill-ascent control, hill-descent control, the electronic limited-slip rear differential, skid plates, an 8.4-inch touchscreen with suspension readings, and a black leather interior. It even has the Quadra-Lift air suspension that enhances suspension travel and wheel articulation, bringing ground clearance up to 10.8 inches.  Other than this new trim level, the 2017 Grand Cherokee sees a handful of other changes. All trims receive an updated front grille. Additionally, the Laredo now comes equipped with a rearview camera and rear obstacle detection, making these features standard across the entire lineup. The luxurious Summit trim also has a few updates, including Nappa and Laguna leather inside and 20-inch polished alloy wheels. 
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How the Jeep Grand Cherokee Has Evolved

The Jeep Grand Cherokee first went into production in 1992, and bears the title of the first production SUV in America. It first appeared as the Jeep Concept 1 a few years earlier in 1989, and the original 1993 model was known as the Grand Cherokee ZJ. Since then, it has gone through four generations. 1995 saw a new Orvis edition with a premium feel and features like QuadraTrac 4WD, leather seats, and a woody green exterior. This year also saw standard four-wheel disc brakes across the lineup. For 1996, new dual airbags were added and the list of available luxury features was expanded. A 5.9-liter V8 became available in 1998, as borrowed from the Dodge Ram.  

The Grand Cherokee's second generation arrived in 1999; this generation's vehicle was taller, longer, and wider, and featured a redesigned suspension. It also got a new 4.7-liter V8 engine and a new Quadra-Drive 4WD system. A 60th Anniversary Edition was available for the 2001 model year, and the Laredo Sport was added in 2002, though it was dropped from the lineup the following year. The second generation of this Jeep ended in 2004 with multiple special editions, including the Rocky Mountain Edition, Columbia Edition, and Freedom Edition, plus sported a slightly redesigned grille.  

The third-generation Grand Cherokee arrived with the 2005 model year with the choice of a 3.7-liter V6, a 4.7-liter V8, or a 5.7-liter V8. This model year was the first-time rack-and-pinion steering and an independent front suspension were used, and Jeep added an available rear-seat DVD player. The SRT8 was added in 2006 and a 3.0-liter V6 diesel was added in 2007, the same year a backup camera became available.

Go for an Adventure in the Jeep Grand Cherokee

Experience true adventure from behind the wheel of your Jeep Grand Cherokee. Chris Myers Chrysler Jeep Dodge in Daphne, AL provides a large selection of new, used, and certified pre-owned models for your consideration. Our professionals will guide you through the process and answer your questions and available trims and features. For all the details, contact us or stop in today!

 

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