The 2011 Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4 went under a test at Rocky Mountains at altitudes over 8,000 ft. Those people who often commute between business or homes in city and mountains considered Grand Cherokee a reliable ride for mountain life and mobility.
Mike Manley, president and CEO for Jeep Brand, said that the all-new 2011 Grand Cherokee created a premium SUV benchmark. Quadra-Lift air suspension system and Selec-Terrain traction control systems separate Jeep from the crowd and take it to the newt level of 4x4 capabilities. The terrain selector also configures the vehicle to run smoothly on mud, snow, sand or rock. These features are found on Range Rovers.
This model also has sports mode. The vehicle will go to its most aerodynamic stance and converts itself to two-wheel drive. This stance allows the new Grand Cherokee to reach 19 mpg on the open road out of 5.7-liter V8 MDS VVT power plant. Aside from sports mode and terrain control systems, it also has an all-new front and rear independent suspension which utilizes the front and rear suspension cradles. The rear suspension allows the spare tire to be stored in the vehicle. This model will surely provide driving convenience.
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