For The Jeep Grand Cherokee is a good off-roader, and comes with loads of equipment
Against It’s noisy, the ride is poor, and so is the interior quality. It’s not cheap, either
The Jeep Grand Cherokee will no doubt keep die-hard Jeep fans happy. For everyone else, though, there are much better alternatives available
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Most Jeep Grand Cherokees come with a 3.0-litre V6 turbodiesel engine mated to a five-speed automatic gearbox. That’s definitely the one we’d recommend – the only alternative is the SRT8, which comes with a 6.4-litre V8 petrol, and the costs involved will be laugh-out-loud outrageous.
We’d recommend the basic Limited trim, because it’s the cheapest version yet still comes with a generous amount of luxury kit. Overland models come with even more niceties, but scour the kit list, and you’ll struggle to see where the extra cash goes if you opt for the Overland Summit model.
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Our money would go on one of the Grand Cherokee’s more accomplished rivals, but if you must have one, go for the cheaper Limited model