Jeep Grand Cherokee 2010 – Features Set As Benchmarks


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The Jeep Grand Cherokee was one of the first SUVs offered to the general public when it was introduced in the 1990s. The Grand Cherokee has come a long way since its inception as a cubesque vehicle with more utility than sport and a pretty adequate cabin.

Jeep Grand Cherokee 2010 

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The Grand Cherokee has progressed in every manner throughout the years. The exterior has been made more appealing to the eye, with rounded lines that maintain the strong Jeep style that owners expect and enjoy. The inside has also evolved, becoming far more user-friendly and comfy, as well as superior in terms of construction quality and materials. When driving down steep slopes, hill-descent control employs the ABS to manage the pace of descent. To assist steady trailers when towing, a trailer sway control system provides braking pressure to individual wheels.

Jeep Grand Cherokee 2010 – Capabilities

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The Jeep Grand Cherokee has off-road capabilities that are equal to the expensive Land Rover LR3. The Grand Cherokee is an excellent alternative for families who want to go off-road or vacation in the mountains or other rural regions. Its sharp and rough characteristics quickly identify it as a Jeep. The inside is light, airy, and enveloping, with plenty of seat adjustments and superb outward visibility thanks to the comparatively thin windshield pillars. The Grand Cherokee’s cargo area is approximately 70 cubic feet, making it ideal for carrying anything a family may want.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee maintains Jeep’s famed off-road capabilities while still offering a plethora of luxury and technological features. The Grand Cherokee comes in two drivetrain options: two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive. Laredo, Limited, and the high-performance SRT8 are the trim levels available. A 210-hp 3.7-liter V6 is standard in the Laredo and Limited grades, while a 5.7-liter V8 Hemi is available. A 6.1-liter 420-hp V8 powers the SRT8 variant. A typical five-speed automatic gearbox is used to deliver power. 

More Features

An electronic stability program, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with braking assist, traction control, a tire-pressure monitoring system, and side-curtain airbags are all standard safety equipment on all Grand Cherokees. There’s also a multimedia entertainment system with a 30-gigabyte hard drive, navigation, and UConnect wireless internet. The 4.7-liter V8 engine and the Overland grade have been dropped for 2010. On the Laredo and Limited, the Grand Cherokee comes standard with 4-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS), twin front, curtain first and second row overhead airbags, airbag occupancy sensor, stability and traction control, roll over detection system, and trailer sway control.

  • Excellent off-road capability
  • Nicely styled
  • The SRT8 is a beast with excellent driving manners.
  • V-8 engine that consumes a lot of gas
  • Rear seating is cramped.
  • V-6 is a poor performer.
  • There is a shortage of cargo space.

Conclusion

In every period, we would find a vehicle that is setting benchmarks with its amazing features and looks and becomes instantly everyone’s favourite. We have discussed about one such vehicle in this article and if you are able to get hold of one, we believe you would buy it. 

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