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2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee tackles Rubicon looking to become Trail Rated


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2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee tackles Rubicon Trail - Click above for gallery

The 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee is creeping back into the news at a steady rate, meaning that Team Pentastar must be fairly close to releasing its first all-new product in some time (read: forever). Just yesterday, we received what appears to be an early peek into Grand Cherokee pricing, and now we have access to a cornucopia of pics of a pair of Jeep's finest traversing the fabled Rubicon Trail.

According to the Jeep Jamboree Facebook page, the 2011 Grand Cherokees were being driven by a group of Jeep engineers testing the vehicle before they go on sale later this year. Since the Grand Cherokee is supposed to be the chief of the Jeep lineup, we're guessing that the rough-and-ready SUVs need to absolutely ace the Rubicon to earn the all-important Trail Rated badge. Click on the gallery below to check out the two Grand Cherokees as they crawl up and over some inhospitable rocks, and head over to Jeep Jamboree's Facebook page to see even more pics.

[source: Facebook]

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee tackles Rubicon looking to become Trail Rated originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 02 Feb 2010 14:58:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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