The Jeep Grand Cherokee was introduced in 1993, and its fourth generation models were released in 2011. The vehicle was completely redesigned but still shows a distinct design connection with its predecessor. Simply put, it still looks like a Grand Cherokee, just sleeker compared to the old blocky design. Those looking to buy used cars in Indianapolis should definitely consider getting the 2011 Grand Cherokee. Read on to find out why.
The 2011 Grand Cherokee is a midsize SUV that’s capable of going off-road and has key components that it shared with the next-generation Mercedes-Benz ML, wherein its wheelbase is lengthened by more than five inches while the overall exterior dimensions are just slightly expanded. It is about 2 inches longer, 3 inches wider and a half-inch taller compared to its predecessor.