2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland: The Daddy of All Midsized SUVs

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  • Highlights: Pricing for 2014 increases by $1,100 from the 2013 model. For the first time a diesel is available, according to the folks at Jeep, the vehicle can achieve 30-mpg. This is unheard for a SUV.

    Test vehicle’s MSRP: $48,985 (Base Grand Cherokee starts at $29,790)

    Seating Capacity:  5

    Standard Safety Features: airbags (front, side, rear, curtain); hillstart assist; ABS; daytime running lights; a tire pressure monitoring system

    Standard Equipment: 17-inch wheels; an 8-speed transmission; cloth seats; a leather wrapped steering wheel; LED tail lamps; a tilt/telescopic steering wheel; an overhead console; a capless fuel filler door; cargo tie-down loops; steering wheel mounted controls; automatic a/c with dual controls; a remote USB port; a remote SD card slot; and remote keyless entry

    Standard Audio: a 6-speaker AM/FM/CD

    Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty: 3 years or 36,000 miles

    Powertrain Warranty:  5 years or 100,000 miles

    Bluetooth Compatibility: Yes

    Test Vehicle Standard Engine/Horsepower: 3.6-liter, 6-cylinder/290-horsepower

    Recommended Fuel: Regular

    Standard Fuel Mileage: 17-city/24-hwy

    Trim Levels:

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