Reviewers don't mind the interior and exterior styling of the 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee—but it's not very exciting overall. The upcoming 2011 Grand Cherokee has proven more of a hit on the styling front so far, but the new generation won’t be released until mid-2010.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee received its last full remodel in 2005. Since then, it has aged relatively well, and it still looks fit and trim, though its angular shape isn't to everyone's taste. The traditional Jeep seven-bar grille tells onlookers that this SUV is equipped for the trail. Kelley Blue Book reports that "flared wheel arches and aggressively styled wheels" lend the Grand Cherokee Jeep the "rugged, off-road look Jeep loyalists demand." The Auto Channel says there's "no mistaking the look of a Jeep with its signature seven-slot grille and dual headlamps." Jalopnik awards kudos to the Grand Cherokee Jeep's "athletic and contemporary appearance."
According to Cars.com, the interior of the Grand Cherokee saw some changes in the 2008 model that "are modest and center on the dashboard, door panels and center console." They report that the 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited version "gets a wood steering-wheel rim and perforated leather seats with special piping." Jalopnik reviewers note the 2010 Jeep carries on last year’s "updated line of instrument clusters that feature new brighter LED illumination."