A Day at the Beach with the 2014 Jeep® Grand Cherokee

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Who’s ready for a day at the beach? Soak up some sun, have a picnic, go for a swim – maybe even do a little off-roading. The 2014 Jeep® Grand Cherokee is the perfect getaway vehicle for a weekend excursion or a full-on vacation. Whether you’re traveling close to home or farther afield, the new 3.0L EcoDiesel V6 engine delivers clean-diesel technology with low CO2 emissions.

 

The 2014 Grand Cherokee offers up to 30 highway mpg, or up to a best-in-class 730 miles on one tank, which is roughly the driving distance from Chicago, IL to Atlanta, GA. To help you get started on your next adventure, we’ve come up with a few ways to take advantage of the 2014 Grand Cherokee’s superior features and styling.

 

Hot Days Call for Comfortable Breathable, Ventilated Seats

Remember those hot summer days when you would just stick to the seats? Well, those days never met the new, premium-quality Natura Plus leather available on the 2014 Grand Cherokee. This soft and supple leather offers outstanding breathability that makes it more comfortable in both hot and cold weather. For those really hot days, cool off with the ventilated seat feature for even more comfort on your summer road trips.

 

Soak Up the Sun Before You Even Arrive with the CommandView Sunroof®

The question “Are we there yet?” just became irrelevant. It doesn’t matter if we’re there yet because, in a way, we’re already there. The 2014 Grand Cherokee’s CommandView® Sunroof lets you soak up the rays while en route to the beach. Open the top and you’ll enjoy an available power-controlled sliding-glass dual-paned ceiling that reveals new vistas, and a power sunshade to help keep you cool for those real summer scorchers.

 

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Enough Storage for All Your Beach Gear

Towels, check; sunscreen, check; beach ball, check; umbrella, check; boogie board, check. Oh, and don’t forget food for a beach picnic or even a summer barbecue. The deluxe storage of the rear cargo area in the 2014 Grand Cherokee lets you configure your interior to carry up to 68.3 cubic feet of beach gear. Plus, an available power liftgate and silver strakes add convenience to loading and unloading, and a scuff pad helps prevent scraping of the bumper.

 

Enjoy the Premium Sounds of Summer

You can’t beat some good surf music when you’re hanging out at the beach. Roll down the windows and let the sounds of summer roll. World-class sound engineers Harman Kardon® have developed an available premium, state-of-the-art audio system using legendary Logic 7® multichannel surround-sound processing and 19 high-performance, high-efficiency GreenEdge® loudspeakers for authenticity and detail. Might we recommend a Jeep brand radio playlist?

 

Trail Rated® If Your Beach is for More Than Just Sunbathing

If you’re fortunate enough to live near a beach like Michigan’s Silver Lake Sand Dunes, then you know how much fun a Trail Rated® 2014 Grand Cherokee can be. With the Jeep brand’s 4×4 innovation and off-road capability, Grand Cherokee’s traction, ground clearance and articulation are perfect for maneuvering in the sand dunes and climbing forward to a truly adventurous day at the beach.

 

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Towing Capability That Will Turn Your Beach Day into a Boat Day

Sometimes you need your day at the beach to venture beyond the beach – out into the water. Fortunately, when properly equipped, Grand Cherokee can tow a best-in-class 7,400 pounds. For a fishing excursion or a water skiing trip, that’s plenty of power to tow your boat to the lake. Additionally, Trailer Sway Control improves handling in adverse towing conditions caused by crosswinds, traffic and improper weight distribution on the trailer.

 

The 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee has you covered. From comfortable seats and a sunroof to storage capacity and towing capability, there’s no excuse to stay home this summer. Where’s your favorite spot for a beach adventure?

 

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