The 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee demonstrates the first real noticeable styling change to the Jeep line since Chrysler was taken over by Italian automaker Fiat. The new look is quite impressive and the vehicle now resembles the class of its more expensive competitors such as the Porsche Cayenne and the Land Rover LR4. The v6 model starts around $30k, but for around ten more large, you can get a 360hp/390 lb-ft. torque V8, leather, and other bells and whistles. Either way, it’s an affordable SUV that’s easy on the eyes.
Frachelli typically features cars that go really fast and cost a ton of money, but sometimes you need to pick up more than three days worth of groceries, tow a jet ski, or drive through snow. This doesn’t mean you can’t do it in style and at a somewhat reasonable price. Land Rover makes luxury SUVs and it’s mid-range LR4 packs a V8 starting below $50k. Whether your off-roading to a remote camp site or picking up a keg, you’ll do it in style and grace in your Land Rover.