Priced from £45,050, the all-wheel-drive SUV has gained stop-start technology and electric power steering to help boost official fuel efficiency to 40.4mpg and trim CO2 output by 14g to 184g/kmThe new power steering can be configured through three modes: Sport, Comfort and Normal.
Jeep has also given its Grand Cherokee a more premium interior, with acoustic glass helping to improve sound insulation and a more premium gearknob replacing the old car’s e-shift lever.There’s also a revised centre console that now houses stop-start Sport buttons.
Extra safety features include an auto-stop function that works with the car’s rear park assist to prevent impacts with obstacles the driver hasn't seen, and a forward collision warning system.
Additionally, the 2016 Grand Cherokee gains three new exterior colours: Velvet Red, Redline and Ivory Tri-Coat.
No changes have been made to the car’s 247bhp 3.0-litre turbocharged diesel V6 engine or eight-speed automatic gearbox.
Pricing starts at £45,050 for Grand Cherokees in CRD Limited+ spec, while the CRD Summit starts at £52,550.