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2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Along with a new grille and the addition of a rearview camera and rear parking sensors, the Jeep’s Grand Cherokee for 2017 gains a new Trailhawk and revised Summit trim. The Trailhawk includes Quadra-Drive II, a unique air suspension, 18-inch off-road wheels and tires and an electronic limited-slip differential.

2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Only slight revisions are in store for the 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee. They include enhanced fuel economy, electric power steering, and a 5-horsepower increase in 3.6-liter V6 models (to 295). The high-performance Grand Cherokee SRT receives a new instrument-panel gauge cluster and drive modes. Also, V8 Grand Cherokees are now only offered in 4-wheel drive.

2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee

This year, the 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT gets an additional 5 horsepower for a total of 475 horsepower. The SRT and the luxurious Summit model also get Active Noise Cancellation, giving the cabin a much-needed dose of sophistication. There's also a new California Edition package available for Summit models.

About Jeep Grand Cherokee

As the flagship model for the iconic Jeep brand, the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV carries a heavy responsibility. Thankfully, with models ranging from basic to brutal, this 5-passenger SUV has the goods to stay one step ahead of rivals like the Ford Edge and Hyundai Santa Fe Sport. And, with the exception of Toyota’s 4Runner, few other SUVs in this class can go where the Grand Cherokee feels most at home. The Grand Cherokee also has a luxurious side that allows the Summit trim to challenge premium SUVs such as the BMW X5 and Mercedes-Benz GLE. With two powerful V8 engines and a diesel V6 option, Jeep’s Grand Cherokee for 2017 certainly feels like a premium brand, although its price tag may say otherwise.