Jeep Upgrades Grand Cherokee; Gives Cherokee SRT More Power

2015 models updated with new trims and increased performance.

Jeep has announced some upgrades for the 2015 Grand Cherokee and its SRT sibling. The stock model is bolstered by a Summit variant that adds a new Argentina Tan leather interior with black contrast stitching and “dark open-pore wood trim.” It also boasts illuminated sill plates, active noise cancellation tech, and an acoustic laminated windshield. Jeep has also created a Summit California Edition that features body-color mirrors, door handles, and lower body, as well as platinum chrome accents and 20-inch Satin Carbon alloys.

The 2015 Grand Cherokee SRT also receives modest revisions, including a new Active Noise Cancelling system that utilizes four microphones to eliminate intrusive noises from entering the cabin. Under the hood, the 6.4-liter HEMI V8 is boosted by 5 hp and 5 lb-ft of torque, with output now rated at 475 hp and 470 lb-ft. Connected to an eight-speed auto, the hi-po SUV can sprint from 0-60 mph in 4.8 seconds and hit a top speed of 160 mph. There’s also a new Red Vapor Special Edition that adds gloss-black accents, a red engine cover and 20-inch Black Chrome alloys. Inside, the cabin sports light black chrome accents, Radar Red trim and backlit steering-wheel controls.

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