Cutting the business short, that’s what Chrysler decided to do with their latest iteration of the Grand Cherokee.
I always though the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee did it’s job very well and was a great car. At some point, even Chrysler reckoned it was something worth shouting about.
Something must be right, the 2011 Jeep mix of an offroader and an SUV works somehow. Yet Chrysler think because of this success they can rip more money off you by adding some relatively normal parts at a considerable price just because it says Mopar on them.
So what do the guys at Mopar want you to fit to your 2011 Jeep Cherokee? Well, there’s a range of new wheel options, skid plates, and side steps and all the sort of things you can easily bolt on.
Somewhat more interesting bits can be done to the interior where you can get Flo TV and UConnect. Not familiar with the names? Flo TV is a live, mobile television streaming service and the UConnect bit means you can turn your SUV into a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Wi-Fi is all very important nowadays when you’re on the road but the Flo TV bit is where it gets a bit confusing as it seems Qualcomm will soon be killing the service off. Now that’s timing.