2013 Jeep® Grand Cherokee Overland Summit 4X4

The Jeep® Grand Cherokee Overland Summit 4X4 lives up to its name as it is at the top of the model range of the legendary brand, thanks to a long list of equipment, luxury design inside and out and of course, an extraordinary capacity for handling on-road and off-road.

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Luxury and technology

The stylish exterior of the Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland is a modern interpretation of the traditional design of the Jeep brand in which the chrome front grille honeycomb, mirror housings mirrors, window frames, side moldings and roof rails stands also chrome , new front and rear lights, alloy wheels and 18-inch seven-spoke with standard or optional 10-spoke design.

Inside, the cabin offers the most advanced security systems, communication and entertainment, plus luxurious touches such as leather steering wheel and real wood, wood paneling on the doors and the front console and central upper instrument panel and brake lever leather wrapped.

The seats include suede leather upholstery and two-tone leather and double seams Overland logo embroidered on the backs of the front seats. The two combinations are available for upholstery: Medium Gray / Light Gray or Dark Khaki / Light Gray.

mechanical specifications

Engine and transmission: 3.5 V6 coupled to the automatic transmission of five changes Liters.

Power: 295 Horses fueza a.

Gas Mileage :: 19 mpg city, 23 highway, 19 average and an estimated 5.3 miles for every 100 miles traveled.

Annual cost of gasoline: $ 2.800 *; * According to the new consumer labels Agency Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), based on an average price of a gallon of regular gasoline of $ 3.55 and 15.000 miles traveled..

Competition

For lovers of the Jeep brand, the Grand Cherokee Overland Summit has no real competition, because it is one of the models with higher levels of loyalty when changing to a new one.

The truth is that for the rest of the world, the segment of SUVs is not only large, but is constantly growing and therefore there are always new choices in style, accessories and price, although it is also true that the qualities traditional-especially a Jeep off-Road- management, outperform their rivals.

Am I buy it?

The model test drive had a starting MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price) of $ 43.595 and the Costumer Prefered Package $ 4,000, which includes among other wheels things 20 pugladas and Adaptive Cruise Control technology, plus the charge of Transfer and Delivery (Destination and Delivery D & D) of $ 995, the total came to $ 48,530.

Not bad for an SUV with real capability off-road driving, plenty of room for five passengers and their luggage, and countless accessories and safety, communication and entertainment equipment installed at the factory.

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