Love that Jeep Grand Cherokee! It’s beautiful. It’s elegant. It’s powerful and it’s always ready to rough it when you are. The Grand Cherokee has always had the reputation for being a luxury as well as a tough off-road four-wheeler and that’s the way it is this year – again.

With its economical and rugged diesel V-6 or beefy V-8 the Grand Cherokee will take you anywhere you want to go and will cut through just about any terrain on the way there. The strength of the Jeep engines along with the rest of its power train and four-wheel capability make the Cherokee the SUV to have in 2017.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk comes with the Quadra-Drive II four-wheel drive system with Selec-Terrain dial. Going over rocks, through creeks and up craggy inclines is second nature to the Trailhawk with its electronic limited-slip rear differential, hill descent and ascent control (HDC), plenty of skid plated and the Jeep off-road app for your convenience.

Almost no rock or fallen tree is too much of an obstacle for your Trailhwawk. The air springs can give you almost 11-inches of ground clearance and you can lower the clearance for easy in and out navigation. Guess what? The Wrangler All Terrain Adventure tires are Kevlar-reinforced on lightweight, yet durable and strong aluminum wheels.

While you’re climbing those hills in your Grand Cherokee you can travel with peace of mind and in full comfort knowing that you are surrounded by safety features such as a driver air bag, rear air bag, passenger air bag with on and off switch, side head and rear head air bags, rear body air bag, 4-wheel ABS, 4-wheel disc brakes (optional) brake assist, daytime running lights, child safety locks,electronic stability control, night vision, adjustable pedals, lane departure warning system, rollover protection, front and rear tow hooks, traction control, blind spot monitor and many more.

NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) has awarded the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee five stars in the following safety categories: Frontal Barrier Crash rating, Side Barrier Rating, Side Crash Rating and Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings.

The IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) rates vehicles good, acceptable, marginal, or poor based on performance in high-speed front and side crash tests plus evaluations of seat/head restraints for protection against neck injuries in rear impacts. This Institute gave the Jeep Grand Cherokee a rating of “Good,” which is their highest grade. You can come see the 2017 Grand Cherokee and take it for a test drive at, from Len Stoler Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep, or take a virtual drive on their website:

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