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Jeep Grand Cherokee
You can find 96 different trims for the Jeep Grand Cherokee and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 1992 through to 2022 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
When the Jeep Grand Cherokee was originally launched in the early 1990s it was classed as a mid-size SUV.
You could take the Grand Cherokee off-road and outperform many other vehicles while doing so in a high level of luxury for the time.
For the North American market, you could find a range of larger displacement V6 and V8 gasoline engines, elsewhere in the world a smaller turbodiesel option was offered.
This style of the car continued on into the second generation in 1999 when the car saw a major redesign and a new sleek design.
A third generation was launched in 2005 and continued to further refine the car – adding important features and moving the nameplate towards the crossover classification.
In 2010, a big shake-up of the Grand Cherokee line occurred with the American offroad automobile maker finally switching it to the crossover SUV segment.
The chassis employed a unibody design which led to the reduced overall weight and more emphasis on running costs than offroad capability.
Along with the reduction in weight came a reduction in engine size too, helping improve the fuel economy, a factor that was becoming more and more important as the years went by.