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Special models improve Cherokee specification

JEEP has launched two new special editions of Grand Cherokee, with both models getting metallic paint, satellite navigation and rear-park assist as standard.

The Grand Cherokee Platinum also comes with a 10-disc CD autochanger/radio with steering wheel controls, a sunroof, climate control air conditioning and black leather interior among other features.

It is available with 2.7-litre CRD or 4.7-litre High Output engines and starts at £33,995. The Limited XS model, which starts at £32,415, has features that include climate control and leather interior.

Both new models go on sale on October 1.

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