Which Jeep vehicle has a class leading ground clearance of 11.3 inches?

1 Answer:
  • Aminudin Sulong
    new Grand Cherokee
    The new Grand Cherokee also sees improved off-roading capabilities. The compact SUV is available with a class-exclusive sway-bar disconnect, and its Quadra-Lift air suspension now features electronic semi-active damping for what Jeep claims is a segment-leading 11.3 inches of ground clearance.16 Dec 2021
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