In a matter of speaking, any time a new vehicle is drawing near to its dealership debut, the vehicle’s brand usually comes out with an online configurator for the said vehicle in advance, giving would-be buyers a chance to ’configurate’ the vehicle in their own unique way, which could potentially lead to interest in the car and, to push it even further, a possible sale in the future.
That being said, it’s Jeep’s turn to release an online configurator and they’re doing so for their latest flagship SUV, the 2011 Grand Cherokee. Interested buyers can head over to the Jeep website to start piecing their own Grand Cherokee together and building their own system on a number of Grand Cherokee variants, including the entry-level rear-wheel-drive Laredo, which comes with a price tag of $30,995 inclusive of delivery charges. The choices go all the way up to the high-end lot where pricing spikes to figures north of $50,000. Other options that are available for the Grand Cherokee includes an engine option of either the base 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 or an upgraded 5.7-liter Hemi V8 engine
So if you’re interested in getting a piece of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, this online configurator is a chance for you to get a leg up on other buyers. Customize it to your whims so that when it’s out, you already know what kind you’re going to get - and how much it’s going to cost.