Jeep Unleashes Cherokee And Grand Cherokee PredatorPublished 17 January 2006
Jeep will unleash two special editions this January with the launch of the Jeep Grand Cherokee Predator and Jeep Cherokee Predator.
The Predator features privacy glass and a list of standard equipment that makes the Jeeps more affordable than ever before.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee Predator is based on the Limited model and features rear park assist, leather trimmed seats and steering wheel, heated memory seats, power folding door mirrors, chrome grille, tyre pressure monitor, rain sensitive wipers, premium sound system and steering wheel audio controls as standard. The Grand Cherokee Predator with a 3.0-litre CRD engine and 4.7-litre V8 petrol engine is priced at £29,990 (OTR).
Simon Elliott, Managing Director of Chrysler Group, said: "The third generation Grand Cherokee, launched in 2005, is completely new from the ground up, and has been designed and built to master every imaginable day-to-day driving condition, whether on-road or off-road, in all kinds of weather."
The Jeep Cherokee Predator features a 2.4-litre petrol engine and is priced at £15,990. Based on the Sport model, the Cherokee Predator features 16 inch steel wheels, air conditioning and a single CD as well as privacy glass.
Simon Elliott continued: "Jeep has always enjoyed a reputation for its great value and drivers will be able to get their hands on a great Jeep deal at their local Chrysler Group dealer."