NYC Jeep Grand Cherokee Lease Deals
Jeeps have long been seen as the rugged bad boys of the SUV world, but the new Jeep Grand Cherokees show that they can have a softer side, too. Though it can handle itself just fine off-road, the new Jeep Grand Cherokee is a smooth ride for families or for people who like to seek adventure on their days off.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee has two-row seating for five and ample room for cargo. This mid-size SUV is the perfect size for a family road trip with no one bumping elbows. Motor Trend says the ride is comfortable and the infotainment system is “slick” and “user-friendly.”
The Jeep Grand Cherokee offers versatile performance. It is strong enough to tow equipment back and forth from camp or work sites, handles well for city performance and is elegant enough for a night on the town. Despite its stylish appearance, it’s perfectly capable of handling an off-road adventure.
There are several trim level available for the Grand Cherokee at different price ranges. The lowest trim level, the Laredo, comes equipped with Bluetooth capability and an audio system with a touchscreen. The Limited has larger wheels, a power liftgate for easier luggage transport and satellite radio.
The Trailhawk trim level is what dedicated off-roaders might opt for. The Trailhawk comes with 18-inch off-road tires, low-range gearing and skid plates for those rugged trails. The Overland, on the other hand, doesn’t have those off-road features but comes standard with a sunroof, a navigation system and 20-inch wheels.
For drivers seeking more luxury and high-tech in their rides, the Summit trim level throws in the latest in blind spot detection, adaptive cruise control and self-parking tech that can even handle parallel spots. Combined with the beautiful leather interior, the Summit is a car that rivals luxury SUVs.
The trim levels determine what drive systems the Jeep Grand Cherokee comes equipped with: the Quadri-Trac I and II. The Limited, Overland and Summit are equipped with the Quadri-Trac II system, a four-wheel drive system with descent and ascent control. The Trailhawk has a special version of this system that includes a limited-slip differential. The Trailhawk, Overland and Summit trims also come equipped with the Selec-Terrain system, which makes driving on different terrain easier.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee has three engine options. Standard with the Grand Cherokee is a V6 engine and eight-speed automatic that can tow up to 6,200 pounds. Although Edmunds calls this engine “competitive,” the optional V8 upgrade maxes out at 7,500 pounds of towing capacity and 360 horsepower. For a little more fuel efficiency, the turbo-charged diesel engine pulls just as much as the V8 but only gets 240 horsepower.
The four-wheel drive Jeep Grand Cherokee received a five-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Adminstration in 2017, so you can trust its safety on and off the road.
If you need an SUV that tow supplies, cruise over bumps and still look good for a dinner date, the Jeep Grand Cherokee might be the vehicle for you. In NYC, Jeep Grand Cherokee lease deals make SUV an affordable ride.