Jeep Grand Cherokee

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2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee

While admittedly niche, the 707-horsepower, roughly $87,000 Trackhawk is the big newsmaker for the 2018 Grand Cherokee. The rest of the lineup benefits from improved infotainment offerings that include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. The Sterling Edition marks the Grand Cherokee's 25th anniversary.

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.

About Jeep Grand Cherokee

The 2018 Grand Cherokee is Jeep's flagship SUV, a 2-row/5-passenger hauler with a model lineup spanning from rather basic to absolutely bonkers. For 2018, the latter end of that spectrum just pushed beyond all rationality with the new Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, which packs the 707-horsepower supercharged V8 from its Dodge Hellcat cousins. As the Grand Cherokee nameplate celebrates its 25th anniversary, it continues to improve on its formula for a rugged, powerful yet civilized midsize SUV. Yes, it still offers off-road capability that few rivals outside a Toyota 4Runner can match, all while improving on features more important to today's buyers like Apple CarPlay integration. This Jeep faces a range of rivals, but none can match its breadth of trim choices or power.

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