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2011 - 2024 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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The 2024 Jeep Grand Cherokee is ready to hit the road for the 2024 model year as a carryover vehicle. The iconic Jeep should maintain the overall look and design of the current model on sale. The current model has taken on a more upright and elongated look compared to previous models. It sits nicely in the mid-range of the lineup, between the smaller Jeep Cherokee, and the larger Wagoneer. However, the Grand Cherokee doesn't have as unique a look as other Jeep models, and the only thing really... Read more

2005 - 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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The Grand Cherokee is available in either a two- or four-wheel drive configuration. The available trims are Laredo, Limited, and the high performance SRT8. The Laredo and Limited trims feature a standard 210-hp 3.7-liter V6, and a 5.7-liter V8 Hemi is optional. The SRT8 trim is powered by a 6.1-liter 420-hp V8. Power is delivered through a standard five-speed automatic transmission. Standard safety features for all Grand Cherokees include an electronic stability program, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with brake assist, traction control, a tire-pressure monitoring system, and side-curtain ai... Read more

1999 - 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee


The Jeep Grand Cherokee is a classic. Introduced more than a decade ago and redesigned five years ago, it lacks the refinement found in the latest wave of SUVs. Yet our 2004 Grand Cherokee drew admiring glances and comments everywhere it went. People were fawning over it. Granted, it was an Inferno Red Overland model. Granted, the 2004 models feature a new front fascia that updates and freshens the looks. The point is, people still love the Grand Cherokee even though it's been a familiar site for some time now. And they continue to buy them. Grand Cherokee ranks among the best-selling SUVs in ... Read more

1993 - 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee


The Grand Cherokee comes in three trim levels, the Laredo, the TSi, and the Limited. Until 1996, when the Ford Explorer and Mercury Mountaineer debuted with V8 engines, the Grand Cherokee was the only sport-utility in its class to offer a V8 engine option, a significant piece of marketing one-upmanship in the highly competitive segment of so-called compact SUVs. While the Jeep still had the most powerful V8 offering last year, a 5.2-liter V8 with 220 horsepower, the game is different this year. Jeep went and one-upped the competition again with this new model, the 5.9 Limited, which uses a 245... Read more