Jeep will have a total of five Altitude models available this year, with the Cherokee, Grand Cherokee and Wrangler getting the special edition variants.
The Altitude trim returns for the Grand Cherokee and Wrangler, joining the existing Compass and Patriot Altitude models already in dealerships. As for the Cherokee, it’s the first time the Altitude option has made an appearance on the model.
The Cherokee Altitude is available in two- or four-wheel-drive form and can be had with either a 2.4-liter four-cylinder or a 3.2-liter Pentastar V6 engine.
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All Altitude models feature unique blacked-out exterior elements with distinct and aggressive flair. Pricing for the new Altitude models was also announced with the Cherokee Altitude starting from $25,990 including destination. The Jeep Grand Cherokee Altitude will start at $36,285 while the Wrangler Altitude has a retail price of $32,590.
The Altitude offerings will arrive in dealerships this spring.
“What began as a production-intent concept and naming contest generated significant buzz and evolved into a lineup of special-edition Jeep vehicles that appeal to many consumers – especially those wanting a very distinct, aggressive and edgy look,” said Mike Manley, president and CEO of the Jeep brand.
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