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Lofty ambitions – especially when you consider just how average the current model is.Pretty good off-road, blessed with an army of loyal followers but otherwise unremarkable. So what has Jeep – now fully under the control of Fiat – done to bridge the gap to Range Rover?Changes are smooth, if a little slow when pushed hard, and the increased efficiency it creates should not be underestimated.A reduction from 218g/km CO2 to 198g/km is not to be sniffed at.The Grand Cherokee has less of an aura about it, but Jeep claims it’s still the most awarded SUV ever.A fact that must keep the bosses of Land Rover awake at night…
To-date, over five million Grand Cherokees have rolled off the production line.
As you’d expect there have been some tweaks made to the interior too.
The top spec Summit model – as reviewed here by Petrol Blog – gets Natura Leather seats, lovely open pore wood and what Jeep calls a ‘suede-link material’ for the headlining and A-pillars.
And perhaps more crucially, have the changes had any effect?
Let’s start with the obvious – the new Grand Cherokee looks very different.
But if you’re looking to play on the same field, (or mountain, rocky path or snowy track for that matter), you need to take care of the details.