Travel Anywhere with the New 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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By Jacob Stubbs

The Jeep Grand Cherokee might be passing through its fourth generation, but few vehicles possess the capabilities of the current Grand Cherokees. Since 1992, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has been the vehicle of choice for those who enjoy the outdoors. The new 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee is sure to deliver thrills on any terrain you choose to travel. Jeep has fine-tuned the Grand Cherokee to give it a more contemporary look. Yet what’s most noteworthy about the 2017 Grand Cherokee is the return of its Trailhawk trim after an absence of four years. The return of this trim makes the 2017 Grand Cherokee the most off-road capable SUV on the market.


Praise has been given to the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee for outstanding off-road abilities, intuitive infotainment system, chic cabin, and strong engine lineup. Its received recognition and awards from numerous organizations, such as Northwest Automotive Press Association, Strategic Vison, and IHS Markit.       


This SUV comes in eight major models with five distinct trim levels. In addition to the Trailhawk trim, the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee has trims like the entry-level Laredo and the performance-oriented SRT. Among all of these trims, the Grand Cherokee’s Limited is the most desirable due to its classy features like a power-adjustable passenger seat, heated steering wheel, and a power lift gate. 


Those who purchase the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee won’t be disappointed with the excellent performance. Drivers will experience a smooth, soft ride over rough terrain and pavement. There is also an optional V8 engine that produces 360 horsepower, and a diesel V6 engine producing 240-horsepower. For those wanting to drive off-road, the Grand Cherokee’s 4x4 drivetrain systems include off-road features like terrain selection and adjustable air suspension.


In comparison to its main competitors like the Nissan Murano, the Honda Pilot, and the Toyota 4Runner, the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee is superior in a number of ways. The Grand Cherokee surpasses the Nissan Murano in cargo space. The Grand Cherokee’s base Laredo has a tow capacity of 3,500 pounds compared to the Murano’s 1,500-pound tow capacity. The Honda Pilot does not include the Jeep Grand Cherokee’s rear parking aid, heated mirrors, leather-wrapped steering wheel, or dual-zone air conditioning. In comparison to the Toyota 4Runner, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has a better fuel economy.         


If you love to travel on and off the road, join the numerous other satisfied customers by making the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee your vehicle of choice.

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