このカテゴリーは1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee WJモデルを扱っています。
Background and Identification
The Jeep Grand Cherokee is a line of mid-size SUVs (sport utility vehicles) produced by Jeep, an American automobile manufacturer. The second-generation Grand Cherokee (known as the WJ line) was launched in 1998 for the 1999 model year and shared 127 parts with its predecessor, ZJ line. The second-generation was succeeded by the third generation of Grand Cherokees, the WK line, in 2005.
The second-generation Grand Cherokees featured Chrysler’s then-new PowerTech V8 engine rather than the first-generation’s two pushrod V8 engines. The new engine was lighter and offered improved fuel economy over the previous pushrods, but the second-generation engines produced less torque. This generation added an automatic four-wheel drive option called “Quadra-Drive” that was designed for off-road driving.
Cosmetically, the second-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee was also redesigned, allowing for larger rear doors and more space for rear passengers. 2000-2004 models include a standard electronic vehicle information center that was moved from below the radio to above the driver’s side windshield. WJ models with the Limited (high-end) trim level featured automatic dual-zone climate control.
Jeep automobiles can be identified by the Jeep emblem, which includes the name “Jeep” in either black or silver font and is usually located on the car’s hood or right above its grille. Some Jeep vehicles also include a rectangular emblem with a red triangle, a white triangle, and a strip of blue. Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles generally include the name “Grand Cherokee” in capital letters either on the side or the rear of the car.