The Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Night has been confirmed for Australia, with the stunning performance SUV to arrive in dealerships in June. Blending a darkened design theme with the staggering performance of the Grand Cherokee SRT, the SRT Night features a host of stealth styling upgrade [Read More]
The all new Jeep Cherokee, which was launched in 2014, follows a long and proud history dating back to 1974. The Cherokee diesel is available only in the AWD Limited version and sits just below the 4WD Trailhawk and at the top of the range of the AWD versions [Read More]
What can you say about the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT other than it has prodigious power, luxury interior and true 4WD ability. The truly impressive thing about the Grand Cherokee SRT is its balance between power, luxury and price. Driving the Grand Cherokee SRT is both an aural and tactile delight. [Read More]
The award-winning Jeep Cherokee has undergone the Blackhawk treatment for the first time, now offering Jeep’s popular style upgrades including larger 18-inch gloss black wheels, an upgraded 8.4-inch Uconnect system and blacked-out Jeep badging, window surrounds and seven-slot grille surround. [Read More]
Launched in 2014 and with a heritage that dates back to 1974 the Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk is the Cherokee for true 4WD enthusiasts. Rubicon rated the Trailhawk easily fills the 4WD role at the top of the model lineup. If only there was a diesel version.
When the Cherokee was launched the diesel was noticeably missing coming later. Well here it is in Cherokee Limited format. The Jeep Cherokee Limited is the top of the range of the AWD versions and the only one that comes in diesel form. [Read More]
What can you say about the new Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT other than this is what a sports SUV is all about. To find out more about the Jeep Grand Cherokee’s prodigious power, luxury interior and true 4wd ability, read Rob Fraser’s review. [Read More]