Jeep is starting UK sales of this fifth generation Grand Cherokee with four versions of the 4xe model, badged 'Limited', 'Trailhawk', 'Overland' and 'Summit Reserve'. Prices sit in the £70,000-£85,000 bracket. But you get a lot of kit for that. Even the base 'Limited' model sits on 20-inch wheels, features full LED exterior lighting and has premium vinyl perforated seats with front and rear ventilation and a 10.25-inch digital TFT cluster, plus a 10.1-inch Uconnect infotainment screen. 'Overland' spec adds a dual pane panoramic sunroof, multi-colour ambient interior lights and premium Nappa leather seats.
The 'Trailhawk' version is for off roaders, getting 18-inch wheels with All Terrain tyres, the basis for the Quadra-drive II system, plus there's an Electronic limited slip rear differential axle, a front disconnect anti-roll bar, three skid plates and Jeep's Offroad accessory kit. The interior gets vinyl and suede seats with blue stitching, ventilated in the front.
Top of the line-up is 'Summit Reserve'-spec, which comes with 21-inch polished wheels and includes Palermo leather seats and door trim, real walnut wood accents, a 19-speaker 950-watt McIntosh Sound system and a 10-inch interactive passenger display screen.