In for review this week we have the pinnacle of the Jeep Grand Cherokee lineup. It’s called the Summit, at it sits at the top (get it?) of the range — excluding the SRT 392. It’s a full-size SUV with off-road credentials, but more sophisticated for the day-to-day grind. It’s a near-luxury SUV that wants to fight in the Range Rover weight class. Does it have the chops to succeed?
Jeep sent us the most-capable Summit it had, meaning that it’s fully-loaded. The as-tested MSRP rings in at $60,675. It’s not cheap, but it’s a deal over the premium marques.
We plan on putting it through its paces, which is about the most overused cliche in automotive review history, and report back what we think. In the meantime, however, is there anything you want to know about this Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit? Ask away in the comments!