OVER 70 AVAILABLE SAFETY AND SECURITY FEATURES

Beneath the surface of the Jeep® Grand Cherokee lies a world of safety and security systems that give you confidence behind the wheel and help protect you and your passengers.

PASSIVE SAFETY AND SECURITY

Front and rear crumple zones help absorb energy and redirect it away from passengers. Seven airbags—multistage driver and front passenger airbags, side-curtain airbags, front seat-mounted side airbags and a driver-side inflatable knee bolster airbag—help ensure that you and your passengers will stay secure.

ACTIVE SAFETY AND SECURITY

Driver assist systems alert and aid you in challenging driving situations. Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking and Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop are just two of several available systems.

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BLIND SPOT MONITORING


The available Blind Spot Monitoring System helps you make safer lane changes by alerting you when a vehicle enters your blind spot zone. Sensors scan approximately one lane over on each side. When a sensor detects a vehicle in the blind spot zone, and your turn signal is activated, the system will alert you with an illuminated icon in the corresponding exterior mirror along with an audible chime.

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LaneSense® Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist 
This available system measures your position within lane boundaries. If it detects an unintentional lane drift, it will alert you and correct the vehicle back into its lane. 
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Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking 
This available system alerts you when it senses a potential frontal impact. If you don’t respond and the risk continues, the system will automatically engage the brakes. 

PARKING ASSISTANCE

Getting your vehicle in and out of parking spaces can be challenging. The Grand Cherokee is available with systems designed to help make it easier.

CONVENIENCE FEATURES

Keyless Enter ’n Go™ 
With the fob close by, you can unlock your vehicle by pulling one of the front door handles. To start the engine, just press the Start/Stop button while pressing the brake. 
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SOS Call and Assist Buttons 
The available SOS Call and Assist buttons provide peace of mind on the road. When pressed, the SOS Call button connects you with a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) that will dispatch first responders to an accident scene, while the Assist button connects you with Uconnect® Roadside Assistance. 
Image is for illustration purposes only and may not reflect exact software for your vehicle. Optional equipment shown.

Image is for illustration purposes only and may not reflect exact software for your vehicle. Optional equipment shown.

Uconnect® and SiriusXM Guardian™ 
The available SOS Call and Assist buttons provide peace of mind on the road. In an emergency, press the SOS Call button to connect with an agent who can send emergency assistance directly to your vehicle. The Assist button allows you to connect to Roadside Assistance for towing or help with a flat tire; to Uconnect® Care for help with your phone, radio or Navigation features; to Vehicle Care for information on your vehicle's maintenance and warranty; or to SiriusXM Guardian™ Connected Services for help with features powered by SiriusXM Guardian, such as remote vehicle start . 

VALET MODE


When Valet Mode is activated on the Trackhawk or SRT, engine power is reduced, 4x4 is set to 50/50, the transmission locks out access to first gear and up-shifts earlier than normal, steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters are disabled, Drive Mode and Launch mode are not available and the Electronic Stability Control (ESC) off button is disabled. Valet mode is activated and deactivated with a personalized four-digit PIN code.

ADDITIONAL SAFETY AND SECURITY FEATURES


Electronic Stability Control coordinates Electronic Roll Mitigation, the antilock brakes and All-Speed Traction Control to help maintain control. These systems monitor steering input and vehicle motion. When a difference is detected between your intended path and the vehicle’s actual path, the brakes are applied and engine torque is reduced to help your vehicle maintain directional control.