2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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New pictures of the all new, top of the line Jeep model.
Now we know it starts at about $31 000 for the base RWD model.
The Limited will be around $40 000.
Not cheap.
The interior still reminds me of the current Hyundai Santa Fe.
Sure, everyone is saying how much better it is than the current Grand Cherokee. But that’s not really saying much.

I think the competition now offers more compelling choices for the price.
Making this attractive mostly to the ever shrinking pool o Jeep fans…

Conversation 5 comments

  1. even if the domestics can make better cars than their Asian counterparts, they have priced themselves out of the game…yes this looks way better than a korean suv, but price is what sells.

  2. For the price I'd rather get many other SUVs.

    Chrysler still pumps out crap until they can prove themselves.

  3. I'm anxious to hear about how it drives. I hope it is a sign of things to come from them.

    The problem w/ a Grand C is that it is still a SUV…markets want CUV's. Hell – even the Explorer is really just a modified CUV.

  4. Doesn't look "all new" to me. Just a bit revised to look like a bigger Dodge Journey. I don't dislike it. But the Wrangler is the only Jeep that I'd ever seriously consider.

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