Jeep has recently announced the official launch of the 2013 Grand Cherokee in Australia, where the model can now be ordered from 45,000 AUD for the base entry-level version.
Jeep says that all 2013 Grand Cherokee vehicles are getting paddle shifters behind the steering wheel, which can also allow drivers to select the speed for the HAS (Hill Ascent Control) and for the HDC (Hill Descent Control). The 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee in four trim levels across Australia, the Laredo, the Limited, the Overland and the SRT, with the cheapest model setting you back for 45,000 AUD driveaway.
The 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo is coming in three versions, the 4×2 V6, the 4×4 V6 and the 4×4 V6 diesel and it’s followed by the Limited V6, the Limited V6 diesel and the Limited V8. The Overland is coming with the same “treatment”, V6, V6 diesel and V8. The top of the line model is the Grand Cherokee SRT, which will set you back for 77,000 AUD. This is coming with a HEMI 6.4 liter V8 engine, producing a total output of 344 kW and 624 Nm of torque. All engines are now mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, signed by ZF.