2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT
2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT AWD
- 24k Miles
- 6.4L/470HP HEMI V8
- Black Exterior over Sepia Interior
- Two Sets of Wheels
- Loaded with Options
- Immaculately Maintained - Oil Reports from every oil change
- Show Car Quality
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“…glorious overkill for people who like their performance served in size XL”
- Car and Driver; 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Review-June, 2013
There was once a time when finding the combination of SUV space and towing prowess, every possible luxury appointment inside and out, visual design excellence, and, not least of all, blistering performance, in a single vehicle was, in a word, impossible. Now is not that time. We live in an age when multiple brands attempt to address these all-inclusive automotive wishes. The Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT offered here being a perfect example. But compared to more expensive SUVs from Porsche, BMW, and Mercedes, Car & Driver weighed in with their assessment noting: “…the Jeep is the wise choice.”
Offered here in Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl paint over optional Sepia Laguna leather, and powered by a 470-horsepower 6.4-liter Hemi V8, this 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT reinforces that judgment on every score. And more:
Car & Driver on performance…
“Yet shockingly for such a big and heavy vehicle, you do get some impressive numbers. Next to the T-bar shifter of the new-for-2014 eight-speed automatic resides a simple button that allows for launch-control starts. When engaged, the SRT knocks out a 4.6-second run to 60 mph. This was BMW M5 territory not that long ago.”
… and handling…
“Making 0.88 g around the skidpad, the 295/45 Pirelli P Zeros (an $895 option) return grip on par with that of most German sports sedans.”
… and not least of all, build quality…
“The basic Grand Cherokee's sophistication shines through all the go-fast gloss. That means a tight and rattle-free structure and a well-executed interior that puts the controls and display screens in short reach.”
To all of that, we'd add that the interior Sepia color choice for leather seats and door upholstery is both rare and stunning. The real-carbon-fiber accents are exceptional. And the rear-seat entertainment screens are just plain fun.
Taken from virtually every angle, the more than 175 photographs available at the GarageKeptMotors.com website capture the near show-quality presentation of this Grand Cherokee SRT. Its remarkable condition is underscored by a drama-free Carfax; it documents solid regular-maintenance history and no major-component issues whatsoever. A walk-around-and-startup video adds a taste of the engine note. Records also include oil analysis taken at every oil change, as well as other detailed documentation including the window sticker (shown among the photographs as well) which also lists every option and feature on the vehicle and specifies its factory-suggested $75,840 list price. A second set of wheels and tires is also included.
Personal inspections at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom are always welcome and encouraged, by appointment.
“Buy the best-condition one you can find” is time-tested, proven-excellent advice when you're searching for a pre-owned vehicle. This is never more important than when considering a high-value selection. This Grand Cherokee SRT meets the most demanding “best-condition” assessment in dramatic fashion.