2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Changes and Rumors - Jeep Cars Review
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If you need a jeep with some updates and facelift concept, our best suggestion is waiting the new 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee. This popular SUV will be designed with the new features to make it more functional yet powerful. The company will give some new details for its bodywork with the upgraded interior design. Its significant change is the engine. It is rumored that 2017 Grand Cherokee will get no new engines but the performance will be stronger because the modified version of engine. Other rumors mentioned that the car could go with all-new transmission.2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee for the exterior will not go with radical changes. This SUV is built with some reduced weight. Although there is no radical change, the car still has some noticeable cosmetic changes especially for its front end. At this moment, we expect that the car has redesigned grille with the new styling around its headlight. This way will be more complete with the support of new grille refreshment with larger air intakes. For the cabin, there will be updated infotainment system and some new tweaks for its dashboard to complete 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee.2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee as it has been mentioned that the engine will be retained from the previous model. Still, the company would like to keep both Pentastar V6 engine 3.6 liter and Hemi V8 engine 5.7 which is more powerful. The difference is the engines will be 10 percent more efficient compared to the current model. Both of those engines are paired with all-new eight auto transmission which is featured with smooth shifting and it is provided with some technology including gear, gradual changes, friction, engine temperature and also torque. With this engine and technology, it is expected that the car has better towing capacity that could go more than 8000 pounds.
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