A new 3.0-liter turbo Common Rail Diesel (CRD) will debut in the 2007 Jeep(r) Grand Cherokee.
With more torque than most eight-cylinder engines, equal acceleration and the fuel economy of a small six-cylinder gasoline engine, the Mercedes built 3.0-liter CRD is one of the most advanced powerplants available in the marketplace today. It is designed to be an efficient, smooth-running engine that gives customers up to 30 percent improved fuel economy without sacrificing performance.
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Chrysler Group will announce today its plans to produce the first diesel-powered, full-size sport-utility vehicle (SUV) to be offered in the United States. The 2007 Jeep(r) Grand Cherokee with a 3.0-liter common rail turbo diesel (CRD) engine will arrive at Jeep dealerships in the first quarter of 2007.
“DaimlerChrysler is a leader in automotive diesel applications in Europe, and it makes sense to continue to build on that experience by offering a modern, clean diesel for the U.S. (...) > Full story
JeepÂ® vehicles are rightly known worldwide for their capability, utility and distinctive style. Now the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 combines those qualities with Street and Racing Technology’s (SRT) balanced approach to performance, resulting in the quickest, most powerful Jeep vehicle ever created, and the ultimate performance sport-utility vehicle.
The third generation of the Jeep Grand Cherokee has arrived at the dealers’ showrooms and STARTECH already presents an exclusive customization program. The extensive product lineup is characterized by professional engineering and innovative design - but that’s not all: One of the most important traits of all components is the extraordinary high level of quality.
The new JeepÂ® Grand Cherokee lineup gets a new range-topping addition in 2006. The Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland model, with soft-touch premium interior and platinum-accented elegant exterior, takes the Grand Cherokee to new heights. The Overland model is one of many new products contributing to the ongoing Jeep product offensive scheduled during the second half of this decade in markets outside of North America