Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews
Australians first met the Jeep Grand Cherokee in 1996, when it debuted as the American alternative to the Japanese-dominated large SUV market. Unlike many of the four-wheel drives of the period, the Grand Cherokee used a monocoque construction, rather than the more traditional body-on-frame construction. The upshot of this is that the Grand Cherokee has been able to maintain more car-like ride and handling characteristics, without giving away any of the off-road ability so treasured by jeep enthusiasts. The Grand Cherokee is now available with a range of trim levels and engines, from a relatively frugal diesel to a massive, 6.4-litre V8.