With its natural off-roading abilities, the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is the perfect vehicle for anyone craving comfort and affordability. One of the first overland-capable vehicles available to the public and currently available at Chapman Chrysler Jeep, the Trailhawk combines safety and security with all the bells and whistles of a classic Jeep.
“The Jeep Grand Cherokee is one of our longest-running, best-selling vehicles year after year, and the experience the Trailhawk offers is fitting for both the trails and highway,” said Gary Brewer, general manager of Chapman Chrysler Jeep. “It’s a seamless liaison between a natural off-roading option and an affordable, versatile vehicle.”
A new addition to the off-roading beast, the Trailhawk features a quadra-lift air suspension that provides improved articulation and suspension travel, allowing for ground clearance to avoid rocks and obstacles. The standard 18-inch alloy wheels are also fitted with Kevlar-reinforced tires.
With an aggressive exterior, the sleek and futuristic body of the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is fitted with integrated fog lamps and bi-xenon high-intensity-discharge headlamps. The SUV boasts a matte black hood and two red tow hooks, alongside a neutral gray roof rack, front grille and surrounding badging. The interior is just as impressive, featuring seats that are trimmed with leather, suede and red accent stitching.
New safety features include forward collision warning, lane departure warning and blind spot monitoring for improved driver protection. Front and rear crumple zones absorb impact, making off-road adventures just as comfortable as highway driving. As with any Jeep, the Trailhawk is customizable with features such as an EcoDiesel version that boasts a notable 28 mpg.
Starting at $42,279, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is available on-site at Chapman Chrysler Jeep in the Valley Automall in Henderson.
Chapman Automotive, with four locations in Southern Nevada, is celebrating five decades of providing exemplary customer service. The Chapman name has grown from one dealership to 20 and from 16 employees to more than 1,700.