CARS.COM — Jeep revealed two new trim levels of its 2017 Grand Cherokee SUV at the 2016 New York International Auto Show: the Trailhawk and the Summit. The off-road-ready Trailhawk gets the Grand Cherokee’s new, chunky seven-slot grille and a matte-black hood, red tow hooks front and rear, red Trail Rated badges, gray mirrors and roof-rack accents, and standard skid plates.
Inside, the Trailhawk gets black leather and suede performance seats, piano black and gunmetal-finish trim, red stitching throughout and an 8.4-inch touch-screen with 4×4 performance pages.
The Summit distinguishes itself with a restyled, sleeker front-bumper, LED headlights, new 20-inch polished wheels and a leather-lined interior. Inside, the Summit is the peak of luxury among Grand Cherokee trims. Laguna and Nappa leather surfaces, a suede headliner, lighted door sills, Berber carpet mats and a premium Harmon/Kardon stereo all combine to make your precarious ascent up a treacherous rocky incline more comfortable.
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