Jeep is preparing to accept pre-orders for the new Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit Reserve 4xe PHEV at the upcoming Thailand International Motor Expo which starts on November 30 at Challenger Hall, IMPACT Muangthong Thani.
Deliveries are scheduled to take place during the second quarter of 2024, according to distributor Belfort Automobile (Thailand) Co Ltd.
It’s powered by a turbocharged four-cylinder 2.0-liter engine that’s mated to an electric motor, offering a combined output of 381hp and maximum torque of 637Nm. The transmission is an eight-speed automatic and Jeep claims an all-electric range of up to 37kms.
The Grand Cherokee PHEV also comes with Quadra Trac II 4WD system with five off-road modes (auto, snow, sand, mud, rock), electronic LSD, Quadra Lift air suspension and 21-inch wheels.
It also comes with adaptive cruise control, auto park function, 360-degree camera as well as digital rearview mirror and Night Vision mode.
The interior features a 10.25-inch full HD driver display, head-up display, 10.1-inch center touchscreen, Uconnect5 operating system as well as a high-end, 19-loudspeaker McIntosh audio system.
The seats are upholstered in Palermo Nappa leather with the front pair coming with ventilation, 12-way power adjustment and massage function. A four-zone climate control system is also offered along with dual-pane panoramic sunroof.
Jeep has five showroom and service centers in Thailand.