Video: Jeep Grand Cherokee falls on its head after failed stunt

Chrysler recently introduced the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee so we felt like it would be a good time to let everyone know the many, many things one can do with a Grand Cherokee. These things will be introduced provided, of course, that you’re not one to worry about the repercussions of what you’re about to do.

While Chrysler continues to proclaim the Grand Cherokee as an all-everything, premium SUV that can rival the Range Rovers of the world, some people have found a way to use the Grand Cherokee that would probably have Chrysler hesitating to make bold promises on. We invite you to watch this video of how a Grand Cherokee ends up on the wrong side of a stunt. To be fair to the idiots that tried this out, scaling a rock does sound like something the Grand Cherokee is capable of and the SUV isn’t entirely at fault with regards to how the supposed climb ended up. Maybe it was in the execution of the stunt - a case of not knowing when to let go of the throttle - that proved to be flawed, otherwise people interested in buying the new Grand Cherokee would be second, third, and fourth-guessing themselves by now.

Source: YouTube

7 comments:

When I saw on how the Jeep fall, I really can’t stop laughing. I can see on how dumb is the driver for hitting too much the accelerator pedal! Well, the only reason why it messed up was because of the wrong execution of the stunt.

I feel bad to that car. It’s a horrible stunt.

dumb driver... lol, he should hit the brake hard before the peak and hit it full throttle after.

freak off roader, he pushed the accelerator pedal too much, off roading or should i say rock climbing is not all about speed, it’s all about the power and how you compensate with the terrain.

Well, it really hurts. I think that kind of stunt is impossible to make. Also, very sad to the driver to make himself critical on that stunt.

That was a crazy stunt. I agree, he pushes the accelerator too much.

Freak off roader, he pushed the accelerator pedal too much and off roading or should i say rock climbing is not all about speed. It’s all about the power and how you compensate with the terrain.

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