I just bought a 2014 Gr Cherokee Limited. Nice option to change seats, if you need it. I have a truck, so my wife's new Jeep kept the standard leather front heated seats.
Lee, do you know if an adjustable brake/accelerator pedal assembly can be added to a vehicle after its sold? While we were looking for a vehicle for her, we didn't see any with the adjustable pedals but I would like to add them if they can be added and the cost is reasonable. I'm almost 6' tall, whereas my wife is only 4'11" tall; we've both shrunk a little over the years and she has a very hard time keeping the correct distance from the steering wheel. Of all the vehicles she tried (about 15), the Jeep was the most comfortable for her. I've asked the dealer, but he hasn't gotten back to me yet. (My 2008 Dodge 2500 QC has the adjustable pedals and it really makes a difference when we switch off driving.)
2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ with 169,000 miles. Stock, as far as I can tell, but "Stupid" is supposed to have a 2" lift. Bought in October 2012; parts replaced: upper rear control arm, rear ball joint, front tie rods (Moog), rear door actuator, replaced all tires with 245/65R17.