Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Review 2020

Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Review 2020 If you’re looking for a new SUV, you’ve probably heard about the new Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk. The high-performance SUV is available in two performance models, the SRT and the Trackhawk.

Both offer performance-tuned steering and suspension, as well as a 6.2L supercharged V8 engine. Both models are also equipped with special body-color trim and include an 8.4-inch infotainment system. Inside, both models offer heated power seats, keyless proximity entry, and other comfort features.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Review 2020

Quadra-Drive II 4×4 system

The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk 2020 Quadra Drive II 4×4 system is a revolutionary new addition to the SUV. Using a quadra-drive II system, the vehicle can transfer 100 percent of its torque to a single wheel.

Unlike traditional 4×4 systems, this system allows the vehicle to shift torque to a specific wheel at low speeds for improved handling. It also features a limited-slip rear differential that is electronically controlled.

The new system combines a two-speed transfer case and a Selec-Terrain traction management system. The Quadra-Trac II 4×4 system uses sensors to detect tire slippage and route 100% of available torque to the axle with the best traction.

The system also features a Selec-Terrain Traction Management System that provides the driver with four driving modes: Sport, Sand/Mud, Rock, and Auto.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee has a full-time 4×4 system that uses a rear electronic limited-slip differential. Its four-wheel-drive system transfers 100% of available torque to a single rear wheel, which is crucial in off-road conditions.

Jeep is also offering traction control on the new Trailhawk 2020, which is a great option if you want to drive in difficult terrain.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk 2020 will feature a new version of the Jeep SRT. It features the strongest transfer case in the Jeep lineup, which has a mechanical rear axle lock. This system also includes the same 56:1 crawl ratio as the Active Drive II system. The Trailhawk also adds a Rock mode to the Selec-Terrain system.

Its quadra-Trac system is standard in the SRT and Trailhawk.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Review – Quadra-Lift air suspension

If you want extra ground clearance and aren’t afraid to drive through muddy trails, you’ll want to check out the Quadra-Lift air suspension. This system increases your vehicle’s ride height by two to three inches. Having more clearance can save you time and trouble, especially when your vehicle gets stuck in snow.

It can also lower your vehicle’s height, giving it a more aerodynamic profile and reduced wind resistance. In addition, a lower vehicle makes it easier to drive.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is equipped with a standard Quadra-Lift air suspension system. The system raises your Jeep Grand Cherokee by one inch over the standard ride height. If you want to take your Jeep Grand Cherokee off-road, the Quadra-Lift air suspension system will be perfect for you. It’s also available in a lowered version for drivers who want to get closer to nature.

The ride height affects fuel efficiency and off-road capability. If you want to be able to go off-road, you can adjust the ride height manually or use a remote control to automatically set it. The Jeep Grand Cherokee’s Quadra-Lift air suspension system will let you choose the ride height that fits your needs. The ride height is adjustable by two buttons near the drive mode selector.

If you want to improve the handling of your Jeep, you can opt for a Quadra-Lift suspension for the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk 2020. Unlike the factory suspension system, the Quadra-Lift is more complicated.

This is because the air springs are made of soft rubber components and are prone to puncturing, tearing, or rotting. If you want to maximize the comfort of your Jeep, you should check the quadra-lift’s working condition.

Jeep  Cherokee Trailhawk – Selec-Terrain mode

In addition to the traditional Jeep Grand Cherokee, the Trailhawk also comes in a variety of other configurations. Its name implies that it is a true off-road SUV, which explains the active drive lock system, locking rear differential, and Selec-Terrain mode.

With these features, the Trailhawk is able to navigate a wide range of terrains, and it will even go on steep grades.

The Selec-Terrain mode allows the driver to shift the vehicle to different driving conditions. This is especially helpful when traveling through mud and sand. It will reduce wheel spin and maintain traction while utilizing other available features, such as the available all-wheel-drive system.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk 2020 has a variety of modes for every type of terrain, which means you can use whichever mode is best for your needs.

Selec-Terrain mode combines the vehicle control systems with driver input to provide the best performance on all terrains. The Selec-Terrain mode is only available on the 4WD High range. It gives the feel of rear-wheel drive, but keeps Electronic Stability Control in a safe, effective position to prevent any skidding or slipping.

When the vehicle reaches its desired speed, the Selec-Terrain mode switches back to AUTO.

Selec-Trac II is a system that was introduced in full-size Jeeps in 1983. It replaces the Quadra-Trac II system, which required manual intervention. In 2005, Jeep also added brake traction control. Earlier models also featured a two-mode system, allowing drivers to change between 4WD Hi and 4WD Lo. With the Selec-Terrain II, there are more options than ever before.

Grand Cherokee – Trailhawk mode

The Trailhawk mode in the Jeep Grand Cherokee allows you to take the Jeep to the next level with the addition of a Rock Mode button. The Jeep Trailhawk has four-wheel drive (four-wheel drive) that has been specifically designed to handle various off-road conditions.

The system includes the Selec-Terrain system that is equipped with an exclusive 4×4 off-road system, which helps you navigate various terrains and difficult driving conditions.

The Selec-Terrain traction control system allows the driver to select from five different performance levels to help the vehicle overcome different types of terrain. This system also allows you to use the four-wheel drive to the fullest potential.

By choosing the proper mode for each situation, the Jeep Cherokee is equipped with the best performance level possible. Depending on the conditions, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk can adapt to any situation.

For greater fuel efficiency, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has an available hybrid system. The hybrid system offers the same features as a conventional gas-powered Jeep, but the fuel consumption is significantly reduced when compared to the standard model.

The Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk is equipped with a new version of its popular Pentastar V-6 engine. The 3.2-liter engine features new engine technology and a reduced amount of noise. The new version also provides 30% more fuel economy.

The Sport mode is meant for temporary use. If you’re planning on overtaking, you can use this mode to increase speed. This mode will not shift transmission gears for fuel economy, but will allow you to overtake with more precision.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee also offers a new Trailhawk mode, which provides the same features as the standard model. But beware of the consequences of using this mode. If you’re not careful, you may be reducing the life of your vehicle and even risk bad breakdowns.

 Trailhawk Review 2020 – Price

The Grand Cherokee TRAILHAWK will feature four-wheel drive as standard, and its dimensions are 1781mm (70.1 inches) long, 1943mm (76.5 inches) wide, and 2915mm (114.8 inches) wide. The car weighs 2191kg (4830 lbs) unloaded, and a standard set of 265/60 R18 front tyres.

The 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee TRAILHAWK has a braked towing capacity of 3500 kg.

The MSRP (MSRP) of the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee TRAILHAWK is $45,425, including destination charges. Base Latitude models start at just $25,840. With the help of the free online tool, you can find the lowest price on a new Jeep Cherokee.

If you’re lucky, you might be able to get one below MSRP. When compared to the prices of similar models, this model is an amazing value.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee receives top safety ratings from ANCAP and the IIHS. It has a five-star overall safety rating. It is also available with an 8.0-inch touchscreen. The Jeep Grand Cherokee is the most advanced SUV on the market today. Its high-performance features are unparalleled.

It has a 6.4-liter V8 engine, which is the same engine found in the Dodge Challenger Hellcat. It also has adaptive suspension, Brembo brakes, and quadra-Trac Active on Demand four-wheel drive.

Listed prices reflect current factory rebates and incentives. Some of them require financing from the manufacturer. Others require trade-ins, or certain criteria such as residency. Ask your Chevrolet dealer for complete details. Advertised prices exclude state tax, license, and smog fees.

Additionally, dealer charges may vary. If you’re purchasing a used vehicle, the price may be higher than advertised. You should compare prices and incentives from multiple dealerships before making a final decision.