For 2000, the Jeep line-up retains the Wrangler, Cherokee and Grand Cherokee as off-road capable sport utility vehicles with no major changes. Minor improvements are found on the Cherokee and Grand Cherokee. A slightly more powerful six-cylinder engine is incorporated with the 2000 Cherokee. The retuned 4.0-liter six-cylinder optional engine with the Jeep Cherokee now generates 193 horsepower and 231 pound-feet of torque. On all 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee models, the electronic Vehicle Information Center system is standard equipment. Two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive options are available with the Cherokee and Grand Cherokee while the Wrangler is only offered with four-wheel drive.