28 Dec What’s New for 2017: Jeep Vehicles
TOBEY AUTO GROUP – Always wanted to be a proud Jeep owner? What are you waiting for? Start 2017 off right with a sporty new SUV.
2017 is just around the corner, and with the new year comes new changes for you and your favorite models. Luckily for you, our new 2017 vehicles are already on the lot. Read on below to explore the latest improvements to our 2017 Jeep vehicles.
The 2017 Renegade is all about driver efficiency. With Keyless Go now standard on all trim levels and passive entry standard on the Renegade Limited, the small SUV allows you to hop in the car and head to the trails with not a second wasted. The Renegade’s new automatic high-beam headlamps will also come in handy in the dark winter months.
Taking style cues from the Grand Cherokee, the all-new Jeep Compass has undergone a complete redesign for 2017. Now featuring an available dual-pane sunroof and updated sleek interiors, the new SUV offers up a comfortable and elegant driving experience.
Conquer the off-road as well with best-in-class 4×4 capability. Coming in the spring, the Compass will also be available in the Trailhawk model equipped with Jeep’s Active Drive Low and Hill Descent Control.
Continuing in the new year to offer the best of both on and off-road capability, the 2017 Cherokee boasts two new Overland Packages. Stay protected on the trails with the Overland Heavy Duty Protection package featuring skid plates and a F/S spare tire. Or haul anything and everything with the Overland Trail Tow Prep Package boasting a trailer-tow wiring harness and an auxiliary transmission oil cooler.
Also new for 2017, high-intensity discharge (HID) headlamps come standard on all Cherokee trim levels.
The Grand Cherokee
The ever-versatile Grand Cherokee makes a splash in the new year with its updated Trailhawk model. Notable features for the model include: Kevlar reinforced off-road tires, red-accented Trail Rated badging, and the Grand Cherokee’s exclusive Quadra-Drive II 4×4 system and Quadra-Lift air suspension.
Inside the new Trailhawk model, Piano black interior trims pair stylishly with gun-metal finishing for a rugged, yet refined cabin. Likewise, the updated Summit model offers four elegant interior color schemes including Indigo and Ski Gray.
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