2024 Grand Cherokee Altitude in Milton, ON

2024 Grand Cherokee Altitude in Milton, ON

The Grand Cherokee is legendary now as the SUV with the most awards. Built for outdoor adventures while remaining city-savvy is the calling card of this SUV. For drivers who love this vehicle but want something slightly better than the base model, the 2024 Grand Cherokee Altitude is the ideal option. It’s affordable without skimping on luxury and comfort. Join us as we discuss the differences between this model and the base one.


Key Specifications:


  • Starting Price: $60,292*
  • Engine: 3.6-litre Pentastar Variable Valve Timing (VVT) V6 with Engine Stop/Start (ESS) technology
  • Horsepower: 293 horsepower
  • Transmission: Eight-speed automatic transmission
  • Number of Seats: 5
  • Towing Capacity: 6,200 pounds


Key Differences in Trims’ Performance

The Altitude is the next-up model after the base Laredo trim, so there aren’t many major differences. The Laredo starts at $56,492* while the Altitude’s prices start at $60,292*. However, a few key differences ensure this trim is better for outdoors. 


For example, it features a Selec-Terrain Traction Management System. It also boasts front and rear independent multi-link suspensions, coil springs, and twin-tube shock absorbers for rough terrains.


Design Elements


The Altitude trim boasts an accent-colour shark fin antenna. It also has a Class IV receiver hitch with a four-pin wiring harness for towing. It also has better wheels for the outdoors, with the Laredo’s 17-inch Fine Silver aluminum wheels upgraded to 20-inch Gloss Black aluminum wheels. 


Instead of Chrome exterior accents, it has Gloss Black exterior accents. On the inside, it boasts Capri vinyl and suede-trimmed seating instead of cloth seats. This SUV has a power liftgate you can activate without needing to use your hands, which is ideal if you have your hands full with kids, groceries, or other things.


Technology Features

The multimedia and digital cluster gauge remains the same as in the Laredo model. There aren’t a lot of differences when it comes to technology. The Altitude boasts a Remote Start System and a wireless charging pad. However, the 8.4-inch touchscreen display and 10.25-inch frameless digital gauge cluster are the same for both SUVs.


Safety and Driver Assistance Features


This vehicle has the same safety features as the Laredo model without any upgrades. The only difference is that the Altitude’s brakes don’t have the four-wheel antilock disc brakes that the base trim has. Otherwise, the standard Adaptive Cruise Control, Active Lane Management System, and Bling-Spot Monitoring features are available.


Conquer the Outdoors and City With the Altitude Today!


Grand Cherokee’s Altitude trim offers understated comfort and luxury while remaining affordable. Its technology and safety features don’t differ much from the base Laredo’s specs. However, its exterior and mechanical changes ensure it’s a better fit for the outdoors. It’s the ideal car for families or friends who enjoy camping trips or other road trips. Reserve yours today in Milton, Ontario, at Hunt Chrysler, your local Jeep dealership.


*All pricing is based on Ontario MSRP and does not include taxes and fees. Dealer pricing may differ. Prices are subject to change anytime without notice.


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