Jeep Grand Cherokee Oil Type

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Jeep Grand Cherokee

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You can find 152 different trims for the Jeep Grand Cherokee and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 1996 through to 2024 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

With a development history going all the way back to 1983, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is among the most recognizable high-end SUV models anywhere on the market.

The same is true in whichever global market you choose to go to.

It didn’t enter full production until 1993, however, and it served as a successor to the much earlier and smaller Jeep Cherokee model.

The Cherokee was released in 1983, and the Grand Cherokee was its spiritual successor.

Over the years, the edges of the Grand Cherokee have rounded and softened, conveying a much stronger sense of luxury than the earlier models.

It hasn’t always been smooth sailing, however, with recalls in 2010 and 2013, perhaps most infamously because of apparent fires that resulted from Grand Cherokee collisions.

To mark a new year and even a newer generation, Jeep announced their new model, the fifth-generation WL model will start production in 2021 and be ready for the 2022 model year.

The newest incarnation will run on the Giorgio platform, which is the same one used by Alfa Romeo for their popular Giulia and Stelvio models.

Sales have been improving, topping at over 240,000 in 2019. It seems that people don’t mind the lack of great fuel economy or past history of recalls.

The sleek new looks, powerful engines, plush interiors and a growing array of drive and technological features are helping to keep the Jeep Grand Cherokee firmly in the hearts and minds of drivers everywhere.