Chrysler Canada announced the Canadian pricing for the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee and has borrowed a page from many other automakers this year by reducing the cost over the 2010 version.
The all-new 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4×4 will start at an MSRP of $37,995, excluding Freight of $1,400. This cost represents a $3,650 reduction from the outgoing 2010 model.
The Laredo X 4×4 will start at $42,995 (excludes $1,400 for destination); The Limited 4×4 at $46,995 (excludes $1,400 for destination), a whopping $5,750 lower than outgoing 2010 model; and the top trim Overland 4×4 will start at $49,995 (excludes $1,400 for destination).
Jeep’s new unit has bee completely redesigned and reengineered. The big units will be built at Jefferson North Assembly Plant in Detroit, Mich., and should arrive in Jeep showrooms in June.
An all-new 290-horsepower 3.6-litre 24-valve VVT Pentastar V-6 engine boasts 38 percent more power and a 14 percent improvement in fuel economy for the Jeep Grand Cherokee, delivering “Best-in Class” 8.9L/100km (32 MPG) and over 1,000 km on one tank of gas. Also available is the 360-horsepower 5.7-litre V8 with fuel-saving Multi-Displacement System (MDS) technology, delivering 10.6L/100km (27 MPG).
be available in 4 models: Laredo “E”, Laredo “X”, Limited and Overland.