Included in this are ‘75th Anniversary’ badging, 20-inch bronze-coloured alloy wheels, along with a redesigned front finish with new Brought fog lamps. They’ll also get a Safety Technology Pack, including adaptive cruise control.
A variety of new colours are for sale to the outside, and acoustic glass helps make the cabin quieter while driving.
Jeep has introduced a raft of enhancements and 2 special models because of its Grand Cherokee range.
No changes happen to be designed to the 247bhp 3.-litre turbocharged diesel V6 engine or eight-speed automatic transmission.
The 2nd exclusive edition available may be the SRT Night edition. This vehicle is really a latest version of the very most effective Jeep available, the Grand Cherokee SRT.
The up-to-date Grand Cherokee presently has a start/stop function and electric steering, which combine to lessen CO2 pollutants to 184g/km. Gas mileage has additionally enhanced, with diesel models achieving 40.4mpg.
To celebrate the 75th anniversary from the legendary 4×4 brand, Jeep has additionally revealed a celebratory edition. Just 125 is going to be made, and every will get numerous aesthetic changes.
Prices for that standard Jeep Grand Cherokee start at £45,050. The 75th Anniversary edition costs £50,550, as the SRT Night costs £69,865.
It earns the ‘Night’ moniker because of exterior and interior trim pieces being colored black, while ‘Black Vapor’ 20-inch alloy wheels complete the black theme.
The inside has gotten numerous minor revisions. An increased, ‘premium’ gear lever continues to be fitted, along with a modified center stack makes room for that ‘sport’ and ‘start/stop’ buttons.
The SRT Night keeps the conventional SRT’s 6.4-litre V8 gas engine, making 468bhp.