Landers-McLarty Highlights 5 Reasons to Drive the Jeep Grand Cherokee

In light of the Jeep Grand Cherokee model's recent victory at the Vehicle Satisfaction Awards, we thought we'd go over five of our favorite reasons to drive the popular vehicle.

  1. Capability: Living up to its heritage, the iconic SUV is well-equipped to take you wherever you want to go. The available electronic limited-slip differential will give you extra traction on tricky surfaces. Plus, you've got Selec-Speed control to help you climb steep ascents, and to keep your throttle low when you're descending.
  2. Versatility: You can equip your Grand Cherokee with three different engine options. Get it with the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel for a hearty 240hp and a huge 30 mpg on the highway. One notch up, the 3.6-liter Pentastar gives you 290hp, 260 lb-feet of torque and still hits 25 mpg on the highway. If you really need a kick under the hood, then the 5.7-liter V8 is your best bet. With 390 lb-ft of torque and 360hp this power plant is sure to get you the boost you're after.
  3. Refinement: Get comfortable and choose one of three leather options for your heated seats. Take in your surroundings with a dual-paneled sliding glass moonroof. And don't forget to personalize the cabin with your preferred interior styling.
  4. Technology: The Uconnect center touchscreen gives you a navigation system and access to your vehicle's controls. Plus, you can stay connected safely with hands-free calling, voice activated command, and text message reader.
  5. Convenience: You've got an SUV for a reason so take advantage of the 68 cubic feet of cargo space as often as you can. The power lift gate pitches in when your hands are full and the 60/40 folding rear row will give you more storage room when you really need it.

So those are five of our favorites here at Landers-McLarty, but the list goes on and on. Stop by our new Jeep dealership in Bentonville, AR to get behind the wheel and make your own list of highlights.

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