2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee Values
Select a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee trim level
2008 model year changes
Jeep's Grand Cherokee gets a number of small changes for 2008 that serve to bring the model more upmarket. The Grand Cherokee's available 4.7L V8 has been reengineered for 30 percent more power and ten percent more torque. High-intensity discharge (HID) headlamps are newly available on some models, and headlamps across the model range have a new integrated design with park/turn lens. The front fascia and grille have also been redesigned, and the lineup of wheel designs has been revamped. Inside, the center console, cup holders, and armrests have been reconfigured, the instrument panel gets a new soft-touch material, and the instrument panel now has LED illumination and black gauges with white pointers. Numerous changes have also been made to standard equipment. Heated first- and second-row seats are now standard on the Limited and Overland, and the availability of the MyGig system and rear DVD entertainment system has been expanded. Sirius Backseat TV is now optional on Limited and Overland models.
Impressive off-road ability; wide range of configurations; luxurious interior; optional entertainment-system; fuel efficiency with turbo-diesel.
Special features for 2008
The 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee pairs a comfortable, luxurious interior with impressive off-road ability, and in top trims gets enough high-tech conveniences to compete with the most luxurious sport utility vehicles. The top-of-the-range Overland model is a true rival to some of the top luxury brand SUVs, and the Grand Cherokee is one of the first new vehicles to offer Sirius Backseat TV, an alternative to common DVD back-seat entertainment systems.