Top 5 Changes: Updated 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee
In late 2010, the fully redesigned Jeep Grand Cherokee set the stage for one of the most noteworthy comebacks in recent automotive history. With a newfound emphasis on quality, dynamism and style, the 2011 Grand Cherokee reignited America's love affair with the Jeep brand. Not content to let its flagship sit idle, Jeep has upped the ante again by introducing a host of upgrades for the 2014 model year.
Here are the Top 5 Changes for the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee:
1. New engine
A new optional 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6 engine boasting a class-leading EPA-estimated 22/30 city/highway mpg rating (in 2WD form)
2. Next-gen tech
Newly available next-generation Uconnect Access infotainment lets you compose text messages by voice
3. 8-speed auto
Standard 8-speed automatic transmission for every powertrain, including the high-performance SRT variant
Freshened front and rear styling, including reshaped headlamps with LED running lights and an all-new line of wheel choices
5. New Summit grade
A new range-topping, feature-laden Summit model grade vaults the Grand Cherokee nameplate into luxury SUV territory
Will these revisions be enough to fend off the advances from segment heavyweights like the Toyota 4Runner, Volkswagen Touareg, Ford Edge, and the new Nissan Pathfinder? Time will tell, but you can learn more about the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee in our full review.
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