The 2011 Grand Cherokee is the first new model Chrysler has introduced since emerging from bankruptcy protection and there's a lot riding on it. As the flagship Jeep, it's received a lot of attention from Chrysler's engineers and the folks in the marketing department was to make sure it also receives a lot of attention from you. So they've gone out and done a whole series of photoshoots of the new SUV driving through rivers and up mountains. (What did you expect?)
When it does arrive in just a few months time the Grand Cherokee will come standard with Chrysler's new Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 engine with 280-hp and 260 ft-lbs of torque, as well as a fuel economy improvement of roughly 25 percent over last year's model. That will give a highway mileage number of 23 mpg. Plus, the new Grand Cherokee will have a standard 7,200 lb tow rating.
Check out the mega-gallery at the link below for more Grand Cherokee than you can handle.
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