2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee 65th Anniversary Edition review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 18 July 2006 , 07:07:34 byEmil

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Jeep Grand Cherokee 65th Anniversary Edition

The 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee 65th Anniversary edition was based on the Laredo E package, integrating features which are the same as those that can be found at the Commander 65th Anniversary Edition, except for the unique interior enhancements, the 17-inch Ronin aluminum wheels integrating gray accents and the power sunroof. Aiming to celebrate the 65 years of the brand's capability, the special edition models of the 2006 Jeep Commander, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Liberty, will be equipped with special and unique features, being displayed at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show, February 8-19 at McCormick Place. John Plecha, Director, Jeep Marketing and Product Planning, the Chrysler Group, commented that the Jeep vehicles were first mass produced in 1941 and they became an authentic benchmark for off-road capability as they efficiently mastered more terrain and offered their drivers more freedom and driving excitement. The available colors of the Jeep 65th Anniversary Edition are Light Khaki, Dark Khaki, Bright Silver, Black, while a new color, Jeep Green, is released. The 3.7-liter V6 engine is offered as standard and the 4.7-liter V8 is available as optional. The MSRP of the Jeep Commander 65th Anniversary Edition is $28,880 for the 4x2 version and $30,880 for the 4x4 version.