Jeep Revises Cherokee Range
Published Date: 4th Apr 2006
Jeep has unveiled a revised range of cheap new Jeep Cherokee models for 2006.
Entry level Predator Edition comes with a three litre CRD diesel engine along with alloy wheels, air conditioning and powered wing mirrors. Steve Gray, marketing director for Chrysler Group, said: "The Grand Cherokee range offers customers great value in a very competitive market.
"The new Overland model, with its soft-touch premium interior and elegant platinum-accented exterior, takes the Grand Cherokee to new heights yet still manages to represent great value for money," he added.
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Medium-level Limited model adds a top-class Boston sound system and leather trim along with more advanced features such as dual-zone air conditioning.
For those with a bit more cash to spend, the newest and boldest version of the Cherokee is the Overland which has the option of a massive 5.7 litre petrol engine.
Boasting bigger allow wheels and a honey comb grill, it also comes with a platinum finish to its outside and two-tone leather in its interior coupled with real wood.
The latest additions to the Cherokee collection are available now with prices of ?33,535 for the top-of-range Overland diesel model or ?37,035 for a petrol version.