The Series II is more attractive on the outside, thanks to larger 22-inch alloy wheels, but we maintain that the ride is even smoother with the smaller 20-inch items as fitted to the base trim. Jeep elevates the Series II interior by adding Palermo leather and a digital rearview mirror. On the safety side, it gains traffic sign recognition and drowsy driver detection. It’s an excellent package, but we’re not entirely convinced that it’s worth the $7,000 increase over the base trim. There is a significant performance advantage to be gained from the standard-fit twin-turbo six-cylinder in this trim, however, and that alone should be worth the extra outlay.
Active Driving Assist System, Intersection Collision Assist System, Interior Rear Facing Camera, Advanced Security Alert System, 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, 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.
Front Console Cooler, 23 Speaker McIntosh Reference Audio System, Cargo Cover, Premium Tinted Glass, Ventilated Rear Seats, Adjustable Roof Rail Crossbars
Engine: 3.0L I6 Hurricane HO Twin Turbo ESS, Transmission: 8-Speed Automatic (8HP75)
Video USB Port, Seatback Video Screens, Amazon Fire TV Built-In