New Features and Equipment for the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Regardless of anything else that might be happening in the automotive industry, the Jeep Grand Cherokee ranks among the most respected crossover SUVs on the market. As the new model year continues to roll on at the Albany Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram showroom, our team of product experts has been getting a lot of questions that are related to the new features and equipment for the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee. To be sure, there are several new features and accessory packages to point out. However, what has never changed is that customers will never be at a loss for choices or options when they visit our facility to decide which vehicle will be the best for them and their families.
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Standard Safety Gear
The entry-level 2020 Grand Cherokee Laredo can finally have the automaker’s latest suite of active safety systems installed. Buyers looking for a little extra peace of mind can choose to have the Jeep Active Safety Group features added to their vehicle that will include Forward Collision Warning-Plus, LaneSense Lane Departure Warning, automatic high beam headlights and Advanced Brake Assist. Each of these systems is designed to help drivers avoid potentially dangerous situations as much as possible.
What else can you expect?
Given the incredible capability of the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee, it’s entirely likely that people will want to take it as many places as possible and see as much of those places as possible. The Limited and Trackhawk trim grades will now offer a single pane sunroof as standard equipment.
Additionally, the new Premium Lighting Group package available for the Laredo, Limited and Trackhawk models will include bi-xenon high-intensity discharge headlights, signature daytime running lights and LED fog lights.
Jeep engineers have continued to offer the same incredible array of powertrain options to people interested in the 2020 Grand Cherokee. The standard engine is a 3.6-liter, V-6 making 295 horsepower. A 5.7-liter, V-8 that will produce 360 horsepower is also an option. For future owners who want to maximize the performance potential of their 2020 Grand Cherokee, the SRT model will use a naturally aspirated 6.4-liter, V-8 with 475 horsepower and the Trackhawk model will use a supercharged V-8 producing more than 700 horsepower.
The 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee has already started to arrive at the Albany CDJR showroom, customers can schedule a test drive today by contacting one of our product experts.