The Italian-owned American car manufacturing giant has recently offered its new 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 high-performance SUV to its European customers touting it as “the most powerful Jeep ever.”
The 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee crossover SUV comes packed with features making it a decent competitor to current BMW X5, Porsche Cayenne, Mercedes-Benz ML-Class and other luxury gas-guzzlers. Although the truck’s interior still looks light years behind the aforementioned German monsters, the new Grand Cherokee compensates the lack of refinement with its impressive off-road capabilities that make even the dreaded VW Touareg look like a kid’s toy.
The new Jeep Wrangler Ultimate concept vehicle will be demonstrated at the upcoming SEMA show in Las Vegas from 30th October to 2nd November. Combining just the right amount of bling, power, the model range’s iconic off-road prowess and, of course, the obscene amounts of distilled mojo in in a single package, Chrysler’s own customization division Mopar has created one of the most desirable lightweight mud-pluggers in the Northern hemisphere.
The struggling American carmaker Chrysler has at last decided to add a diesel-powered model to its 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee line-up of mid-sized crossover SUVs. What’s even better is that this time the launch of an oil-burner is not limited to only European models: the highly fuel-efficient and clean diesel-powered crossovers will finally reach North American market, too.
The 2007 Jeep Compass in a basic configuration will cost less than $16,000. That is including a $560 destination charge!