An inside look at the Jeep Grand Cherokee Part 1

Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT

Today’s consumers have started appreciating the fact that car experts have been claiming for several years now. Vehicles that have diesel engines offer a host of benefits irrespective of their makes and models. This is true particularly for the SUVs and trucks.

When the Jeep Grand Cherokee was launched in the years 2007 and 2008, it was a favorite with many. The model was refreshed in the year 2014. Once again, Jeep started to offer its diesel engines to the consumers in the United States. Jeep Grand Cherokee is equipped with EcoDiesel functionality and has been one of the most discussed diesel vehicles in 2014.

The base price of the vehicle started with $46,195 for the Overland trim, as well as, the 4WD model of Billet Silver where Advanced Technology group was added for $1,995. Its package called Off-Road Adventure II came at 41,095 and the famous 3 Liter EcoDiesel engine for an additional $4,500.  The grand total was $54,780 if $995 as the destination charge is factored into the cost.

One-rung-less Limited trim is the most reasonably priced Grand Cherokee and is powered by a diesel engine. Its 4X2 variant can be availed at $41,990 and the top-tier EcoDiesel Summit 4X2 has a starting price of $53,690. It’s single-turbocharger engine can produce a horsepower of 240 and a torque of 420 pound feet which is quite impressive.

You can now test drive the new Jeep Grand Cherokee at Pine Belt and experience the thrill of your life.

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Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep

1400, Ocean Ave, Route-88

Lakewood Township, NJ 08701

Phone: 888.993.7792

Website: www.pinebeltchryslerjeep.com

 

 

 

Improved Winter Driving With The Chrysler Brand

Chrysler Winter Ready

When the winters announce their arrival with those chilly and strong breeze, the road conditions also are not exactly perfect for driving across long distances unless one is extremely cautious. Irrespective of whether you are planning to travel especially for that much waited ski weekend to your family cottage or commuting to your office on a daily basis, it is important to be skilled in how to drive on a road that is bound to be full of ice and snow.

Some of the innovative ways that are deployed by the Chrysler to make driving in the winter a comfortable and relaxed affair are as follows.  These tricks and tips will also help you to become more informed and ready for driving in an unfavorable road condition during the winters.

Full control should be taken with the help of AWD (All-Wheel Drive)

No matter whether you are driving your Chrysler over the ice and snow-covered streets or through a forest or over a year; the Chrysler 300 and 200 for 2016 are equipped with the AWD or All-Wheel Drive so that you are in complete control even when the road conditions are at its harshest.

The Chrysler 200 for 2016 is equipped with the most technologically superior AWD system as far as its class is concerned.  The AWD system of the Chrysler can effortlessly pick up at variable speed depending on the prevailing road conditions. The system offers superb performance and traction without any requirement of driver input so that you can exclusively focus on your road while driving.

Contact Pine Belt and test drive your favorite Chrysler car today.

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Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep

1400, Ocean Ave, Route-88

Lakewood Township, NJ 08701

Phone: 888.993.7792

Website: www.pinebeltchryslerjeep.com

 

 

 

Chrysler History – Part 2

New Yorker

This is the concluding part of the history of the evolution of Chrysler. Read on to know more.

1946-1954

It was the decade that saw the emergence of the powerful V-8 engines in its cars. The HEMI engines that soon became legendary came out with a combination low loss of heat, higher rate of compression and superior combustion so that it produced higher horsepower than its earlier V-8 engines.

1955-1962

The production car of Chrysler was revived by Exner with its sculptured and sleek designs with a Forward Look in 1855 that created an overnight transformation of its product line. The Chrysler 300 of 1955 was a striking automobile with smooth styling for sure.

1963-1970

The timeline saw the graceful evolution of the various Chrysler products as its bigger cars started becoming more refined. The Chrysler 300-J series of 1963 continued with the signature style of the brand with its torsion bars and leather interiors that were available as standard features.   The sales figure of Chrysler went up by 65 percent by the year 1965 as it position in the national rankings moved up from 11th to 9th rank. Other key highlights during the era were the Cordoba and the LeBaon, a  convertible car.

1988-1998

The late eighties of last century saw a fresh line of cars that were Euro Japanese in spirit. These were concept cars such as the Millennium (1989) and Portfolio (1988). The mid-size Concorde sedan of 1993 stared the renaissance of Chrysler.

2000-2010+

The Chrysler 300C, an iconic car was unveiled in 2005. The brand Chrysler came out with cars that oozed both style and substance. Some of the features that made its cares popular are:

  • Technology
  • Innovation
  • Efficiency
  • Performance
  • Craftsmanship
  • Design
  • quality

For more details, walk into Pine Belt today.

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Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep

1400, Ocean Ave, Route-88

Lakewood Township, NJ 08701

Phone: 888.993.7792

Website: www.pinebeltchryslerjeep.com

 

 

 

Chrysler History – Part 1

New Yorker

Chrysler has a proud lineage and a long history. It all started in between the years 1920 to 1924 when 3 engineers namely Carl Breer, Owen Skelton and Fred Zeder teamed up with Chrysler so that they could  create a revolution by designing a remarkable car and the rest is actually history.  It was the same team that conceptualized the various products that the Chrysler brand would constitute of. They thought of “luxury vehicles” that could be affordable to the masses and came out with superior and innovative engineering.

In 1924, Chrysler Six was churned out. It was a brand new car that cost $1,565 and sported 2 major innovations. For the first time, there was a 4-wheel hydraulic brakes that were available as standard features in a passenger car.  The Chrysler Six was a well-equipped car that also had indirect interior lighting, shock absorbers, tubular front axles, full-pressure lubrication, air filters, replaceable oil and aluminum pistons.

1930 to 1935

Only within a decade from the time of its initial launch, thanks to its being a leader in the field of innovation, the Chrysler Corporation came to be referred as the “engineering company” of Detroit. Chrysler had a long list of “firsts in the field of automotive innovations such as the following:

  • 1-piece curved windshields
  • Downdraft carburetors
  • Replaceable oil filters
  • Floating Power that was a fresh technique to mount engines so that vibration could be isolated.

With its premiere Imperial series, Chrysler made its entry into a competition at a higher level. An Imperial in the early thirties of the last century gave a stiff competition to a  Duesenberg as far as the styling is concerned but was priced at just about one third the price of the latter. The Imperial came with a body that was build in a customized manner from Briggs or LeBaron, had an engine that produced a horsepower of 125, a wheel-base measuring 145-inch and was priced at $3,145.

Choose any Chrysler and get ready for a test drive at Pine Belt.

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Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep

1400, Ocean Ave, Route-88

Lakewood Township, NJ 08701

Phone: 888.993.7792

Website: www.pinebeltchryslerjeep.com