Jeep knows that introducing a high-end SUV that costs more money than established players is risky. It alleviates this risk by adding almost everything as standard, most impressively on the driver-assistance side. Apart from that, the interior is an upmarket, luxurious space. It has four-zone climate control, the choice between second-row heated captain’s chairs or a bench seat, and Nappa leather upholstery. The front seats are 24-way power-adjustable with heating, ventilation, and massaging, making any long journey a pleasure. The 12-inch touchscreen runs Jeep's latest Uconnect 5 software, which includes live traffic. You can also wirelessly pair it to a phone to play music or make calls. The 19-speaker McIntosh MX950 sound system is also more than adequate.
Active Driving Assist System, Drowsy Driver Detection, Intersection Collision Assist System, Traffic Sign Recognition, Interior Rear Facing Camera, Adjustable Roof Rail Crossbars, Rearview Autodim Digital Display Mirror, Night Vision/Pedestrian-Animal Detection
2nd Row Dual Charge-Only USB Ports, 8 Passenger Seating, GVWR: 7,800 lbs, 40/20/40 Power Recline Tip/Slide
Chrome Tow Hooks, Trailer Brake Control, Locking In-Vehicle Safe, Heavy Duty Engine Cooling, Removable Rear Tow Hook, Trailer Hitch Zoom, Trailer Hitch Line-Up Assist (DISC) No longer available for factory ordering as of November 18, 2022.
Engine: 6.4L V8, Transmission: 8-Speed Automatic (8HP75)
Video USB Port, Seatback Video Screens, Amazon Fire TV Built-In