Grandville, MI, June 26, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Starting this week, the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee begins arriving at dealerships across America. And as one of the nation’s largest dealers, Harold Zeigler in Grandville has 24 of them inbound and ready for sale.
The 2011 model of the Jeep Grand Cherokee has been met with great anticipation. It’s the first new model of the vehicle to be released since 2004 and it sports some major improvements over previous models including an all-new 290 horsepower Pentastar V6 engine. This is also the first vehicle launch for the new Chrysler-Fiat partnership.
The new Cherokee’s features include the new engine rated at 23mpg highway, over four inches of increased rear-seat knee and leg room, 17 percent more cargo volume and standard safety features. Options include Blind-spot/Rear Cross-path detection and Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Collision Warning, along with FloTV, satellite TV, and Internet router.
The Laredo model includes keyless entry, stability control with anti-roll, hill start assist, trailer sway control, side curtain airbags for both rows, active head restraints, power driver's seat, fog lamps, leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, satellite radio, and 17-inch aluminum wheels; and an optional 360 horsepower Hemi V8.
Early press reviews indicate that Chrysler has hit a home run with their new Cherokee citing impressive safety, styling and drivability. Plus, every Grand Cherokee is made in America and built exclusively in Michigan and Ohio.
The 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee starts at $32,995 and is available for purchase starting the week of June 21, 2010 at Harold Zeigler of Grandville.
Disc: Prices plus, tax, tag and doc fees. Vehicles subject to prior sale.