Jeep has finally started playing the price game and launched the Grand Cherokee with updated pricing. The Grand Cherokee Summit Petrol is launched at Rs. 75.15 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The petrol version of the Grand Cherokee comes with a 289.6 PS, 347 Nm, 3.6-litre Pentastar engine and comes with an upgraded eight-speed paddle shift automatic transmission. There are improved shift times and smoother shifts. This Gen II 8-speed paddle shift transmission will also be offered in the Diesel variants of the Grand Cherokee. Besides the Gen II automatic transmission, the Grand Cherokees Limited and Summit variants now get the new 75th Anniversary fascia with enhanced billet-like plating on the grille slots while the SRT gets upper and lower cooling intakes on the front fascia.
Also there are new 18-inch, high gloss silver painted aluminum standard on the Grand Cherokee Limited; 20-inch, polished aluminum with Technical Grey painted pockets standard on the Summit; 20-inch, full polished with satin clear coat, standard on the SRT and 20-inch Matte Black split spoke also available on the SRT. Electric Power Steering (EPS) replaces the electro-hydraulic power steering system for improved efficiency whilst vehicle dynamics can be adjusted providing three new select modes- Normal, Comfort and Sport. ParkSense- a rear park assist system now includes a Start / Stop function that applies the vehicles brakes. The Grand Cherokee Summit Diesel is priced at Rs. 85.15 lakh, Grand Cherokee SRT at Rs. 1.07 crore.