Jeep Grand Cherokee Gets New Special Edition in the UK

Jeep introduced a new special edition for the Grand Cherokee on the UK market, the Overland Tech, offered with the 3.0 liter six cylinder diesel engine that produces 125 HP and 376 lb-ft of torque.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland Tech comes with 18 inch alloy wheels, xenon headlamps, front and rear park assist, rear back-up camera, sunscreen glass and rain sensitive automatic windscreen wipers. The interior of the SUV offers wood trim, leather upholstery, power front sears, electric windows, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, and power sunroof.

In addition to this the car’s passengers benefit from all-round heated seats, a rear DVD entertainment system. The latter comes to complement the vehicle’s 276 watt premium sound system, that features six Boston Acoustics speakers, a 3 dimensional navigation system, a 30 GB hard drive and offers Bluetooth connectivity.

As far as safety is concerned, the Grand Cherokee Overland Tech comes in standard with Electronic Stability Control, which incorporates four on- and off-road security sub-systems: Electronic Roll Mitigation (ERM) reacts and applies brakes during extreme situations, while the available Hill Descent Control (HDC) and Hill Start Assist (HSA) work with optional Trailer-Sway Control (TSC) to enhance off-road and towing capabilities.

Only 115 units of the special edition will be available starting from March 1. The car will retail for 33,450 pounds (OTR price).

The Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland Tech offers customer savings of £4,300 over the Overland model. With only 115 models for sale we expect high demand,” Federico Goretti, Managing Director of Chrysler UK Ltd, said.
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