Could there be a more well-known SUV than the Jeep Grand Cherokee? The Grand Cherokee is likely the most iconic, highly awarded, and beloved SUVs ever made. Part of the reason for this is that the Grand Cherokee has been around since its 1993 model year, so Jeep has had plenty of time to rethink the vehicle multiple times and formulate the best possible way to make a reliable, powerful SUV. In 2011, the Grand Cherokee entered its fourth generation, which continues to the time of this writing in 2020.
Some characteristics of the model, especially for the fourth generation include many powerful engine options, high-quality interior, generous off-road capability, and cutting-edge technology. With a winning combination like this, it’s hard to imagine the Grand Cherokee becoming anything less than the SUV legend it has become. If you’re looking for a used Jeep Grand Cherokee, it will probably be part of the fourth generation. The following table shows some highlights of the available features on the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee, as that is a model year likely to be plentiful on pre-owned car lots.
Emergency Braking Preparation and Post-Collision safety System
Satellite Radio with Real-Time Traffic
Dual Front Side-Mounted Airbags
Auxiliary and USB Audio Inputs
260 lb-ft of Torque
Rear Door Child Safety Locks
9-Speaker, 506-Watt Speaker System
Descent Control, Electronic Hi-Lo Gear Selection
Turn Signal Mirrors
Heated Steering Wheel
Jeep Grand Cherokee Trim Levels
The following is a list of some of the trim levels you might find when looking for a pre-owned model of the SUV. Trims to change by model year, but you will probably find a lot of these names on most Grand Cherokee models from recent years. These are listed roughly according to price, from low to high.