Jeep Grand Cherokee
For 2007, Jeep Grand Cherokee is the first to offer a diesel engine in the full-size SUV segment. New for 2007 are a 3.0-liter common rail turbo diesel (CRD) engine and the flex-fuel-capable, 4.7-liter, single-overhead-cam (SOHC) V-8 engine.
The new 3.0-liter common rail turbo diesel (CRD) engine produces 215 hp (160 kW) @ 4,000 rpm and 376 lb.-ft. of torque (510 N•m) @ 2,000 rpm. The engine offers up to 30 percent improvement in fuel economy, class-leading torque, outstanding towing capacity (7,400 lbs.) and class-leading driving range (approximately 425 miles).
The 3.7-liter V-6 engine provides the 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee with a powerful standard engine that is efficient, durable and smooth. It produces 210 hp (157 kW) @ 5,200 rpm and 235 lb.-ft. (319 N•m) of torque @ 4,000 rpm. New on the 3.7-liter engine for 2007 is an exhaust gas recirculation valve, which helps increase fuel economy.
For 2007, the Jeep Grand Cherokee with the 4.7-liter V-8 engine is flex-fuel capable. This feature gives customers the ability to use up to an 85 percent concentration of ethanol (E-85) to fuel their vehicles. The engine produces 235 hp (175 kW) @ 4,500 rpm and 305 lb.-ft. (414 N•m) of torque @ 3,600.
The 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 is a highly refined power plant that delivers outstanding performance and reduced noise, vibration and harshness. The engine produces 330 hp (246 kW) @ 5,000 rpm and 375 lb.-ft. (509 N•m) @ 4,000 rpm. The engine gives the Grand Cherokee best-in-class power, while 90 percent of the engine’s peak torque is available from 2,900 rpm through 5,100 rpm for excellent performance. The engine features the Multi-Displacement System (MDS), which deactivates four cylinders when the V-8 is not needed. Chrysler Group was the first manufacturer to offer fuel-conserving MDS in an SUV.
Source: Jeep press