Price £36,995 - £59,995
- Spacious cabin
- Much better to drive than predecessor
- Well equipped for the price
- Some interior materials feel cheap
- Engine noise on motorway
- Limited trim/engine options
The all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee is designed to compete with the Land Rover Discovery 4 and Volkswagen Touareg, so it's an upmarket yet rugged SUV and it shares its mechanical parts with the Mercedes-Benz M-Class. There's only one engine available, a 237bhp 3.0-litre V6 diesel, but it produces respectable emissions of 218g/km. While it's expensive, you get a lot of standard equipment, especially in lavish Overland spec. As you would expect from the USA's premier 4x4 brand the Grand Cherokee is almost unstoppable when taken off-road.