2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk

Mar 21, 2016

Category: Rides

Just when you thought Jeep was only releasing photos of unavailable off-road machines to tease all of us 4×4 fanatics, it appears they finally revealed something we all can enjoy and afford: the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk. Though you won’t find any 700hp Hemi engines in these models, they sure look like that can handle the outdoors with ease.

The Trailhawk look is certainly one of their most aggressive trims to date, next to the Renegade and regular Cherokee, the model features a little lift to the body and dirt-hungry tires with some stylish red accents (how about those sleek red tow hooks?). As for detailed specs on what’s under the hood and inside the cabin, Jeep has yet to release that information to the public. Jeep plans to unveil that information when the Trailhawk makes its official public debut at next week’s New York Auto Show.

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