2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Release Date – The Jeep Grand Cherokee is quite much tops among mid-size SUVs when the roadway beneath isn’t in fact a road. And while every Wrangler is born to play in the dirt, none of the 10– yes, 10– various Grand Cherokee models used for 2016 were configured specifically for the activity upon which Jeep built its brand. Jeep certainly has had the know-how (and many of the existing parts) to construct such a thing all along, and it cames to pass with the unveiling of the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk last spring. This isn’t really the very first time Jeep has offered the Grand Cherokee form; such a variation initially looked like a 2013 model, boasting the Jeep Grand Cherokee’s most sophisticated off-road elements, a generous however not lavish level of creature conveniences, and stylistic flourishes equivalent to denims and a flannel t-shirt. At around $42,000, the 2013 rate was affordable enough that folks who spend their weekends in a camping tent by a campfire still might manage it. The Trailhawk quietly vanished when the facelifted 2014 design showed up.
The 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is available in a number of exterior colors, consisting of Redline Red, Billet Silver, Bright White, Rhino, Granite Crystal, Diamond Black Crystal, and Velour Red. The approach angle of the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is 29.8 degrees, however the lowers front fascia can be removed and increasing that angle to 36.1 degrees for more intense off-roading. According to Jeep, there are bright red tow hooks developed into the front and rear of the car. You can see the front tow hooks extending from the front fascia on each side of the air dam, however the rear hooks aren’t noticeable in the photos. The other major function up front is the anti-glare decal that has been applied to the hood. Moving to the sides, the Grand Cherokee badge has actually been accented with red. The mirror caps and roof rails have actually been finished in Natural Gray, and Mopar rock rails are readily available as an option. The Trailhawk and Trail Rated badges on the rear are also accentuated in red.
The 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk comes standard with rugged 18-inch Goodyear Adventure off-road tires, but for a premiums, and it can be optioned with 20-inch rollers and tires. To complete the outside, Skid plates likewise come standard to assist safeguard the Trailhawk when you undoubtedly press it a little too hard.
The seats have a red “Trailhawk” symbol embossed onto the backrest, and there is red accent sewing on the seats, doors, and center console. Another Trailhawk symbol can be found on the steering wheel. As you would expect, the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk comes requirement with an 8.4-inch Uconnect infotainment system, which has actually been updated particularly for the Trailhawk to offer info like wheel articulation, suspension height, and which four-wheel-drive mode the lorry is in.
Jeep didn’t elaborate on the drivetrain hidden below the decal-covered hood, but it’s safe to assume the 3.6-liter V-6 is the standard engine. I would state the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 and the 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 will both be offered as optional devices for the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk if I had to think. We do know the Trailhawk comes with Jeep Quadra-Drive II 4×4 systems with a rear electronic limited-slip differential “for all powertrains.” The Grand Cherokee QuadraLift air suspensions system’s has been modified specifically for the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk to provide improved expression and total suspension travel, more increasing its off-road capability. The design is also equipped with Selec-Speed Control and Hill Climb Control.
I think the Mopar rock rails need to come as basic devices, however, considering this design is created particularly for off-roading.
2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Release Date
The 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk will be on screen at the New york Auto Show up until April 3rd, and, according to Jeep, it’s slated to show up in Jeep showrooms toward the end of the summertime, which means you’ll have the ability to get your hands on one in the nick of time for some fall off-roading. Until then, nevertheless, let’s have a look at the brand-new Grand Cherokee Trailhawk and why you’ll probably wish to buy one if you’re a Jeep person.
The 2017 Trailhawk begins at $43,990– the 3rd most affordable of the 10 Grand Cherokee designs for 2017– which is $1700 less than the cushy Overland however $5100 more than the Limited. The cost swelled to $50,125 once the aforementioned additionals were added, plus another $900 for Mopar roof rails, $595 for blind-spot warning and rear cross-traffic detection, and $1495 for the Jeep Active Security package (adaptive cruise control, forward-collision caution, lane-departure caution, and parallel/perpendicular parking assist). It seems like a hefty sum, at least you get even more ability to go with the extra tech and creature conveniences. And perhaps the Trailhawk will stick around for more than one year this time.