Auto mechanics are going crazy over the Jeep Grand Prix.
Now, it looks like they are doing it for a good reason.
The Chrysler Grand Cherokee has a price tag of $6,400 when it goes on sale in February 2018, and the latest news has the car’s makers promising to get you a better deal on the vehicle.
That’s right: a $2,000 discount, as if you needed any more convincing.
In addition to the new price tag, Chrysler has announced that it is offering up to 50% off the base price for the Grand Cherokee.
This is a good deal, as it means that the new Grand Cherokee will cost less than $50,000, and you can get some serious performance upgrades if you’re interested in buying a Jeep Grand or an aftermarket Grand Cherokee on the cheap.
You can find out if your Grand Cherokee is a deal on its official website, and if you need to pick up a Grand Cherokee for the price of a new Jeep Wrangler, you can find the cheapest option at $7,879.
It’s still a bargain, but if you are looking for a cheap way to get into the world of racing, this is a great deal.
As for the other parts, if you don’t want to shell out another $2-3,000 for a Grand, you’re not out of luck.
For $3,600, you will get a fully-fledged Grand Cherokee SRT, which is a big improvement over the original Grand Cherokee, but still a $4,000 price tag.
If you want a performance upgrade, the Jeep Wranglers SRT and SRT-5 have a whopping $3.6-4,600 prices, and that’s just for the engines.
The Grand Cherokee 4Runner is still $2 more expensive, and it also comes with the base SRT engine, but it has a very aggressive price tag: $3 to $3.,500.
For the new Wrangler XJ, the SRT version is also a great option.
This new version is $2 cheaper than the STS, and also comes equipped with the same 4WD platform as the Grand, but with the ability to go 4WD.
That adds up to a significant price savings for those who want a 4WD option.
As far as the price for new Grand Cherokees goes, the base Grand Cherokee starts at $3k, but you can upgrade to the Grand Performance version, which adds a few more options to the package.
The base Grand gets a 2.5L V6, a 3.5T V6 or a 4.5-liter turbocharged V6.
The top of the line Grand Performance starts at a $7.3k price tag for the base model, and can be upgraded to a 4-speed manual transmission or an automatic.
The new Grand is not the only new Grand we’ve seen in 2018, but there’s a lot to like in the new Jeep Grand.
With the Grand’s improved powertrain, new interior options and the inclusion of a $5,000 upgrade to a Grand Performance package, it’s definitely worth the money.
Check out the latest videos of the 2018 Jeep Grand in our 2018 Jeep Deals video series.