Jeep introduces new Grand Cherokee
Dubai, November 14, 2010
Jeep has introduced its all-new Grand Cherokee that balances Jeep capability with improved, sophisticated on-road dynamics.
“With the all-new 2011 Grand Cherokee, Jeep has created the benchmark, premium SUV,” said Jack Rodencal, managing director, Chrysler Group Middle East.
“Unique innovations such as our new Quadra-Lift air suspension - standard on our overland models - and Selec-Terrain traction control systems separate Jeep from the crowd and take the Grand Cherokee to the next level of 4x4 capability. The new generation of the iconic Jeep Grand Cherokee delivers the perfect blend of on-road refinement, superb craftsmanship, world-class design, improved fuel economy, innovative features and legendary, real-world capability.”
Capability highlights include a choice of two 4x4 systems, new Jeep Quadra-Lift Air Suspension and Selec-Terrain systems, and towing capability of 3,357 kg. On-road dynamics are improved courtesy of new independent front and rear suspension systems and a new body structure that dramatically increases torsional stiffness for reduced noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) levels, he said.
The design of the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee boasts an all-new sculpted body and athletic profile that define a sleek exterior and aerodynamic finesse.
"A world-class interior design is highlighted by premium soft-touch interior materials for all models. The interior provides consumers with more than four inches of increased rear-seat knee and leg room, and 17 per cent more cargo volume," he said. - TradeArabia News Service
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