|Jeep Grand Cherokee Bluetec Conncept|
|aka||Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Grand Cherokee CRD|
|Body Style||4-Door, 5-Passenger Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV)|
|Length||186.6 Inches (4,740 mm)|
|Width||73.3 Inches (1,862 mm)|
|Height||67.7 Inches (1,720 mm)|
|Wheelbase||109.5 Inches (2,781 mm)|
|Weight||4,872 # (2,210 kg)|
|Transmission||transmission + drive|
|Engine||3.0L Mercedes-Benz derived Common-Rail Diesel V6|
|Power|| 215 hp @ 6,500 rpm|
305 lb-ft of torque @ 6,500 rpm
|Similar||similar (Mercedes-Benz ML Class, Mercedes-Benz GL Class)|
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The Jeep Grand Cherokee Bluetec was a Mercedes-Benz modified version of the Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4WD. It used a Mercedes-Benz Common-Rail Diesel V6 engine used in many Mercedes-Benz Bluetec vehicles.
See Jeep Wiki's comprehensive Jeep Grand Cherokee Bluetec Conncept Review.
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It is based off of the Jeep Grand Cherokee's Common-Rail Diesel V6 engine sold in European markets before it was sold in North American markets. The diesel-powered Grand Cherokees continued to be sold in Europe after the discontinuation of said vehicle in North America in 2007.
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