The optional stereo now adds Alexa compatibility.
Lane Departure Warning-Plus, Forward Collision Warning-Plus and rain-sensitive wipers are all available on all models, including Latitude.
The 19-inch wheels and tires standard on Overland are now available on Limited as an option.
All models now offer Blind-Spot Monitoring, Rear Cross Path Detection, rain sensitive wipers, Forward Collision Warning-Plus, Lane Departure Warning-Plus (automatic transmission, only), automatic high beams, adaptive cruise control (Automatic transmission, only), Advanced Brake Assist (automatic emergency braking, also only with automatic transmission), and an interior automatic dimming mirror. When Sport is equipped with the Advanced Safety Group, it also gets automatic headlights.
Limited, High Altitude and Trailhawk models now offer a memory driver's seat, power passenger seat and seat ventilation on both front seats as part of the optional Luxury Seat Group.
Alpine-branded premium speakers are offered on Latitude, Limited and Trailhawk.
Haven't we been waiting a long time for a Jeep pickup? (27 years) Well now it's here, and based on the popular Wrangler it's the true Jeep pickup for which the faithful have been clamoring. So hungry for a Wrangler-based pickup, that many haved paid thousands for conversions in the past.
Well the real deal is here and it comes with standard 4-wheel drive, upgraded to a Rock-Trac trasnfer case with a 4:1 low gear for real crawling. Manual or 8-speed automatic are offered, and a 3.6 V6 is standard. Later on a 442 pound-feet of torque 3.0 turbo-diesel will be offered.
The Gladiator comes with real capabilities: up to 7650 pound towing capacity and a 1600 pound payload.
Of course would everyone be as excited if the Gladiator weren't the only convertible pickup? Like its cousin, the Gladiator offers both soft tops and hard tops. Prices start at $35,040.
The 3.0 Diesel is not listed in the specifications of the 2020 Grand Cherokee. Grand Cherokee Limited and Trailhawk gain a standard sunroof. All models, including Laredo, now offer automatic high beam headlights, Forward Collision Warning-Plus, Advanced Brake Assist and LaneSense Lane Departure Warning.
Blind Spot Monitoring, Rear Cross-Path detection, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keep Assist, ParkSense rear parking sensors, automatic headlights, automatic high beams, cornering fog lamps (light up corners when turn signal is activated) and rain-sensitive wipers are now available on Sport. 19-inch wheels optional on Limited now also available on Latitude.
A mild-hybrid version of the 3.6-liter V6 is added to the engine roster, available only in the 4-Door Sahara with automatic transmission; fuel mielage is up one MPG in the city. A mild hybrid of the 2.0 turbo is also coming, but the fuel mileage is exactly the same, so not sure of the point, except it may smooth out turbo lag. The 3.0-liter turbo-diesel is still expected later, only in 4-Door and with 260 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque.
Sport S models now have automatic headlights.