The first units of the Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit, priced from 84 450 Australian dollars (57 $ 800) arrived in Australian showrooms.
Grand Cherokee Summit is notable for the platinum package which adds chrome elements in different parts of the body, led fog lights, dual trapezoidal exhaust tips, a set of 20-inch alloy wheels and painted in body colour sills, wheel arches, door handle, cover exterior mirrors.
The interior boasts suede lining, original cargo and floor mats, seats of soft leather NaturaPlus, along with a set of standard equipment. Optionally customers can order quilted leather Laguna seats with contrasting stitching and an entertainment system for rear seat passengers. A set of intelligent systems active and passive safety are also included in the standard package.
Performance Grand Cherokee Summit 2019 model year meets the 3.0-litre V6 diesel at 250 HP of power and 570 Nm of torque. As the transmission uses an 8-step “automatic” ZF with a low range and four permanent modes of driving Rock, Snow, Mud, Sand, and Auto. Air suspension allows drivers to choose between five heights of ground clearance.