If you’re looking for a sturdy and refined mid-size SUV for 5 passengers, with plenty of power and space, there’s probably a 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee for you. Their off-road credentials are legitimate, while the highest settings could go through a luxury SUV. The new Trackhawk, meanwhile, is the fastest and most powerful production SUV in the world. If you do not care about ATV capacity and appeal, a crossover SUV like the Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander or Chevy Traverse is more like a car and has more fuel consumption. They also offer 3 row seats, something you can not find in the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
The 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV has an attractive and muscular design. True to its off-road roots, the GC has an 8.6 inch ground clearance, with the SRT model focused on slightly lower performance (8.3 inch) and even lower performance, Trackhawk (8.1 inch). The new Trackhawk is also equipped with a four way exhaust and a “supercharger” in the lower doors. It also features distinctive red tow hooks, an anti reflective hood sticker and 18 inch off-road tires. Despite its high profile, the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee is easy to use, making it ideal for people facing vertical challenges. On the contrary, the rear door can be a bit hard to reach when fully deployed, but you can opt for the electric rear door.
Depending on the context, the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee goes from a reasonably comfortable SUV to a vehicle that can give impetus to luxury brands. All models are 2 row/5 passenger configurations, there is no 3rd row option. This design means a good space for passengers and a healthy load room of 36.3 cubic feet behind the rear seats. Bent, this space extends to 68.3 cubic feet. The Laredo Base models present the room with manually adjustable front seats in fabric and fabric, but when climbing a single ornament, driver performance is better. The high-end models are leather covered and have heated and ventilated front seats.
Rumor has it that FCA is currently preparing an upgraded 3.6 liter Pentastar V-6. This will probably be the standard engine of the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee. As an option, the 3.0 liter EcoDiesel will continue to deliver respectable fuel economy and impressive 420 lb/ft of torque. Of course, Jeep will continue to offer the Hemi V-8 of 5.7 liters in higher versions. And despite the upcoming Hellcat powered Trackhawk, Jeep GM Mike Manley said the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT would be alive with the naturally aspirated 6.4 liter Hemi V8. All engines will be supported by the eight speed FCA automatic transmission. The Pentastar, EcoDiesel and Hemi will be standard in RWD versions, but can be obtained with 4WD. The SRT will only be RWD, unless Jeep offers the AWD system that is said to have started with the Trackhawk. The optional 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee air suspension could also be improved. We found that the air suspension is quite stiff at full lift, making driving less enjoyable. I hope this is designed. The Trailhawk Quadra Drive II system with its Select Terrain system will be maintained, offering tremendous off-road performance and the ability to select five different off-road modes, correct control and a low 4 wheel drive range.
Jeep will likely increase prices gradually for the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee between $ 500 and $ 1,000. The 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee starts at $ 30,395 for the Laredo base, while the current SRT starts at $ 66,895. The Trailhawk divides time levels and price difference, with an MSRP of $ 43,095. When the Trackhawk debuts, we bet it will be estimated at about $ 75,000. Of course, the options are added to the cost, as are the rates, taxes and other probabilities and objectives in small print. We’ll know more when Jeep releases these models and sales dates get closer. Mike Manley said that the Trackhawk will enter dealer showrooms in the third quarter of 2017, so we do not have to wait that long.