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Jeep Grand Cherokee, a SUV has 4 versions available in India. Grand Cherokee has 2 Diesel Cars, 2 Petrol Cars. Jeep Grand Cherokee comes in 6 colors, namely BILLET SILVER, BRIGHT WHITE, BRILLIANT BLACK CRYSTAL PEARL, DEEP CHERRY RED CRYSTAL PEARL, GRANITE CRYSTAL and TRUE BLUE PEARL.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Expert Review

Santosh Nair
by Santosh Nair

 Jeep has quite a history. With over 75 years of experience, this American brand has built SUVs that claim to inspire a sense of freedom and adventure. Throughout their history, Jeep vehicle owners affirm that the brand has stuck to the ‘Go Anywhere. Do Anything.’ as their legacy. Well, Jeep finally made it to our Indian market late last month after their initial plans to get the brand kicking four years ago didn’t exactly take off. Available currently in the Grand Cherokee and Wrangler for now, Jeep in India has priced these vehicles way over everybody’s expectations. We get our hands on the iconic Grand Cherokee in diesel form and give you an idea of what to.... Read More

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Jeep Grand Cherokee, a SUV has 4 versions available in India. Grand Cherokee has 2 Petrol cars and 2 Diesel cars. Jeep Grand Cherokee comes in 6 colours, namely, Billet Silver, Bright White, Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl, Deep Cherry Red Crystal Pearl, Granite Crystal, True Blue Pearl.

Jeep is an iconic brand in most places around the world, including in India, and not just because Mahindra used to assemble WW2 Jeeps. The go-anywhere ability of the Jeep brand has been retained over the decades, and an element of luxury has been added especially to their big models like the Grand Cherokee.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee competes with the Land Cruiser Prado and the Mercedes GLE Coupe at the entry level and the SRT competes with Porsche Cayenne and the Range Rover Sport.


The 2987 cc Diesel - powered variant delivers a fuel economy of 11 kmpl in city and 13 kmpl on highways, while the Petrol variant offers a mileage of 7 kmpl on urban roads and 9 kmpl and freeways, respectively.

The 'Grand' in the name offers a hint of luxury all on its own, but it also denotes the fact that this Cherokee is the larger of two siblings, but there still is no capacity for three rows of seating. However, in markets around the world, it goes toe to toe with two-row SUVs like the BMW X3 and the Audi Q5, with a notable three-row mention being the Land Rover Discovery Sport.

Standard features are expected to include climate control, touchscreen infotainment system, electric seat adjustment for front seats, leather seats, auto dimming mirrors, AC for the second row. It is expected to also be the vehicle that will debut the automaker’s latest infotainment system as well as connectivity technology. The SRT model gets brown leather seats with SRT stitching and badging, black and grey dashboard.

The Grand Cherokee that has come to India is the 2016 MY vehicle. This means the new face multi-slat grille with the thin LED headlights and indicators. There are conventional fog lamps and a bash plate assembly garnished in chrome. The butch looks of the previous Cherokee have been retained. This is enhanced by the square wheel arches, roof rails and big wheels. Moving to the rear, we can see wrap around LED tail lamps, chrome garnish and a roof mounted spoiler. There is also an SRT model which gets a sporty body kit, different headlamps and obviously the legendary SRT badging.

The Grand Cherokee seems to be a good fit for the Indian market: the current generation boasts a 3.0-litre V6 diesel that generates 237bhp and 549Nm and feeds power to all four wheels. The only other engine option is a 470bhp, 6.4-litre petrol V8; it is extremely unlikely that anyone in India will want one of those. The suspension is tuned for comfort rather than handling, just like the steering - and that will be perfect for Indian roads. It helps that it has electronic control over the suspension, differentials and stability control that is programmed for a one-touch suitability to different surfaces like Land Rover's Terrain Response System.

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