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CAUGHT: “Trail Rated” 2022 Jeep® Grand Cherokee Trailhawk:

CAUGHT: “Trail Rated” 2022 Jeep® Grand Cherokee Trailhawk:​

Two-Row Grand Cherokee Will Get New "Trail Rated" Model...​


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Recently the Jeep® brand unveiled its all-new three-row Grand Cherokee L lineup. Grand Cherokee fans were soon to point out that the popular off-road-oriented Trailhawk trim-level was absent from the Grand Cherokee L’s offerings. It left many questioning if the fifth-generation would ditch its “Trail Rated” Trailhawk model in favor of the luxury-oriented Overland with … (read full article...)

 
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UN4GTBL

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New Grand Cherokee Trailhawk 4Xe sounds good to me

Probably be out of my price range tho lol
 

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Like I said, the TrailHawk on the L made no sense.
Actually that’s exactly the model that I want. My dream Jeep would be Grand Cherokee L Trailhawk ECODIESEL. It would be just as capable off-road. I want that sweet, sweet cargo room.
 

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It will not be just as capable off road... specifically because of breakover and departure angles.

But I am sure once available in the SWB, one could do some parts bin engineering and create their own.

It also appears from my reading that one can perform a lift on the non-air suspension versions with just taller springs, that again I bet will be aftermarket available nearly the same time as it lands in dealerships.
 

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Actually that’s exactly the model that I want. My dream Jeep would be Grand Cherokee L Trailhawk ECODIESEL. It would be just as capable off-road. I want that sweet, sweet cargo room.

Unfortunately, Jeep isn't installing the EcoDiesel on the WL as they push forward with electrics... stupid IMO
 

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