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2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee – Lexington, KY

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  • Overview

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    The 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee is the biggest no-brainer in the SUV category today. Seriously, we feel so strongly that the Grand Cherokee will tick all the boxes for features and performance today’s SUV buyers demand that we’ll boldly claim that no other SUV even comes close. Plus, the Grand Cherokee is part of the beloved Jeep family, and Jeep owners love their vehicles. Jeep is an aspirational brand that buyers want to experience, and every inch of the Grand Cherokee invokes that Jeep spirit.

    In reviewing its wide range of features, both standard and available, it’s easy to be impressed by the Grand Cherokee, and when those features are combined with the great performance of the vehicle, something magical happens. Buyers know this, and that’s why the Grand Cherokee continues to be a perennial favorite, popular among soccer moms and business moguls alike. Style, performance, capability, and luxury are the parts that make up the whole are worth digging into. And in this deep digging, the greatness of this long-loved SUV becomes even clearer.


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  • Trims

    A silver 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is kicking up dirt on a track near Lexington, KY.

    The 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee truly offers a model for everyone, regardless of budget or desired features. The long line of trims begins with the base Laredo E and moves up to the high-end Trackhawk. In between are several great options that progressively increase in price as more features are included. Plus, there are quite a few special editions that round out the lineup, enabling every driver to find what they are looking for with the Grand Cherokee.

    A Breakdown of Trims

    All Jeep Grand Cherokees come standard with the Pro-Tech I Package, which includes a suite of driver-assist safety systems, such as blind-spot monitoring, rear park assist, and a rear back-up camera.The Laredo E, at a starting MSRP of $34,000, allows budget-conscious buyers to enter the Grand Cherokee family. It offers a 6-speaker sound system with satellite radio, seating for 5, dual-zone front air conditioning, cabin air filter, power driver’s seat, and power front and rear windows.

    Next up, the Upland, which is a special edition, starts at $37,080 and ups the luxury with driver and passenger heated seats in the front, 8-way power driver’s seat, express up/down windows for both the driver and front passenger, 3 12 volt DC power outlets, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and more. The Altitude, another special edition, at $38,490, offers an 8.4-inch touchscreen with a pinch-to-zoom display, navigation, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. Black leather-trimmed heated front seats are standard and give the cabin a luxurious feel. You’ll get 20-inch aluminum wheels and gloss black exterior accents for a distinctive look.

    The Limited trim, at $40,200, and Limited X, a special edition, at $45,295, put the Grand Cherokee squarely in the luxury SUV category, with a standard sunroof, available premium Xenon headlamps and LED daytime running lamps, fog lamps, and automatic high-beam headlamps. The Limited X ups the luxury ante again, with perforated black leather-trimmed seats, an available dual-pane sunroof, 20-inch satin granite wheels, and a distinctive sculpted sport hood.

    The sporty Trailhawk, coming in at $45,400, emphasizes rugged styling, with red tow hooks, 18-inch all-terrain tires, Trailhawk badging, and gloss black roof rails. On the interior, the Trailhawk features suede inserts and red stitching on the seats. The Overland starts at $46,940 and gives buyers the CommandView Dual-Pane Panoramic Sunroof standard, as well as standard heated and ventilated front seats, and heated rear seats for lucky back seat passengers. Also standard is a powerful Alpine 9-speaker premium audio system for amazing concert hall quality cabin audio.

    The High Altitude, another special edition, starts at $49,685, and the Summit trim at $53,090. With its black Nappa leather seats, the High Altitude offers high interior style and a plethora of standard luxury equipment, but nothing says luxury like premium Berber carpet, available premium Laguna leather seating, available black roof, and standard Harmon Kardon audio system with a 10-inch subwoofer, all found on the Summit.

    The last two trims are the SRT, starting at $69,140, and the Trackhawk at $87,645. Both of these options come with suede or leather seats, a leather steering wheel, heated seats in both the front and back and various driving and safety features. The Trackhawk is especially notable with its amped-up performance hitting 707 hp with its powerful engine. In all, every one of these trims is equipped with tons of features, and the many options allow every driver to find exactly what they need.

  • Safety

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    Packages of Safety

    The 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee puts safety at the top of the list, with a range of driver-assist safety systems that are designed to help keep drivers and passengers as safe as possible. Available as Pro-Tech I and Pro-Tech II Packages, these safety features include standard blind-spot warnings with rear cross-path detection, rear park assist, and a rear back up camera that will assist you when parking. The Pro-Tech I package is standard across all Grand Cherokee models.

    The Pro-Tech II Package, available on the Laredo, Altitude, and Upland models, includes forward collision warning with active braking, which will apply the brakes for you if it senses a collision is imminent, a lane departure warning system which will alert you when you’re drifting into another lane, and automatic high-beam headlights which improve visibility and eliminate the need to remember to switch back-and-forth.

    The Advanced Pro-Tech II Package is available on the Limited, Limited X, Trailhawk, and Overland. It’s standard on the High Altitude and higher trims. It includes all the features found on the Pro-Tech II package, plus a full-speed forward-collision warning system with active braking. This system has the capability to bring your vehicle to a full stop if a collision is detected while you’re driving 25 MPH or slower. Adaptive cruise control is included, as is a nifty parallel and perpendicular park assist feature. Rain-sensing automatic windshield wipers round out the features in this advanced safety package.

    Along with technologically-advanced driver assist systems, the Grand Cherokee is equipped with seven airbags and a high-strength steel chassis that is designed to direct the energy from a crash away from the cabin and its occupants. This is great news for drivers concerned about safety, because not only has Jeep equipped the Grand Cherokee with the latest advances in technology, but the company has continued to focus on core vehicle components in order to continue the safety commitment all the way down to the Grand Cherokee’s bones.

  • Features

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    Making the Grand Cherokee Special

    The Jeep brand is synonymous with adventure, and that is embodied in the Grand Cherokee, from its distinctive styling that includes Jeep’s signature 7-section grille to the capabilities that make it a practical choice among dozens of others in the crowded SUV space. Jeep buyers are unique, and they embrace an active lifestyle and the iconic energy that surrounds all Jeep models.

    The Jeep family encompasses several models, but as far as aspirational brands go, Jeep - and the Grand Cherokee in particular - sit on many dream car lists. From the outside, the Grand Cherokee evokes the more adventurous side of the Jeep brand, but once you slip into the driver’s seat, you can see the attention to detail, the luxury touches, and the craftsmanship that shines through in the unique finishes and thoughtful accents throughout the cabin interior.

    Style is at the forefront with the Premium Lighting Group Package. The package includes automatic high beam headlamps, Bi-Xenon High-Intensity Discharge Headlamps, LED fog lamps, and LED daytime running lamps, which serve the dual purpose of making the vehicle easier to spot during the day or night and giving the front end a dynamic, brilliant appearance, not to mention the enhanced illumination capability for the driver.

    Distinction and Customization

    The headline on the Grand Cherokee’s interior is: variety. Even the interior seating is widely varied and unique within each different trim line. Whether it’s the Trailhawk’s red stitching or the Summit’s plush diamond-quilted Laguna leather seats, Jeep has infused each model within the Grand Cherokee line with its own distinctive features that provide variety and an opportunity for buyers to hone in on features that will stand out, so even if you and your neighbor both choose a Jeep Grand Cherokee, chances are your vehicles will look and feel completely different. In all, the customizable Grand Cherokee allows every driver to get a vehicle perfect for them, and that alone makes it the best SUV on the market.

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