The 2010 Grand Cherokee can be set up as a family wagon or a serious off-roader, according to the options selected.
The performance-oriented Grand Cherokee Jeep SRT8 can be loaded with items, such as heated second-row seats, to rival the level of equipment in luxury-brand SUVs.
Fittings and options are largely unchanged for 2010, save for the elimination of one trim level. For 2010, the Grand Cherokee Jeep comes in three trims, starting with the base-level Laredo. The Laredo is well equipped, with "standard anti-lock brakes, stability control, and head-curtain airbags," plus "an eight-way power driver's seat...power windows, locks, and mirrors," says Kelley Blue Book. Car and Driver calls the model "simple and clean." The Limited edition adds extra touches of class. The 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited has dual-zone climate control—"a distinct improvement for passengers," proclaims Edmunds. Car and Driver adds that the Limited trim models have "more ornate treatments, including body-colored cladding, fancier wheels and more bright-work." A leather-wrapped steering wheel, leather seats with touch control, and memory for the power driver's seat and mirrors are welcome additions to luxury amenities.
Jalopnik enjoys the premium amenities—the "heated seats...[and] auto-leveling headlamps"—and says this 2010 Jeep offers "a host of innovative premium amenities" with many trim options, plus Sirius Backseat TV and satellite radio, Bluetooth connectivity, and a navigation system. With the available Sirius Backseat TV, the second row might become one of your kids' favorite places.