Jeep has off-roading experience in its blood. Ever since the introduction of the Wrangler and Cherokee, it has been the number one choice for people looking to take their driving off of the boring roads and into nature where life is less hectic and stressful. Since the company knows how to build a platform that can survive the harsh punishment of a variety of changing terrains, it should be no surprise that Jeep has infused the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee with this same pedigree.
What might be a surprise, however, is the fact that the Grand Cherokee is still a reliable and comfortable on-road performer as well. While many SUVs are capable of existing off-road, most do so out of “necessity” than anything else. The Grand Cherokee, on the other hand, offers a true balance between on and off the road, to the point that occupants can enjoy the comforts of the stylized interior even while the vehicle drives through rocks and mud.
The 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee has plenty of performance and features to offer anyone looking for a larger luxury SUV. Starting at $30,595, the SUV offers respectable specs such as a 295-707 horsepower range depending on the chosen engine, 11-19 city MPG, and 17-26 highway MPG fuel economy. 2018 also introduced several new interior features to the platform such as an updated infotainment system with greater connectivity.