What’s the Jeep® 4xe Lineup?

2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe | Woodbridge, VA

The Jeep® brand has always produced vehicles that seamlessly go from the city, highway, and neighborhoods into uncharted territory. Now, Jeep® is combining its adventure-ready legacy with an electrified powertrain to produce new models that help protect the Earth on which they tread.

The debut of the Jeep® 4xe lineup

The Jeep® 4xe lineup debuted a couple of years ago with electrified versions of the quirky-styled Renegade and capable Compass in Europe. Last year, the automaker added the original adventure-ready SUV, the Wrangler, for drivers in the U.S. The latest addition to this sustainable lineup is the family-friendly and spacious Grand Cherokee 4xe.

Each of these models uses electric power made by a battery-engine hybrid powertrain to achieve new levels of eco-friendly performance.

Getting to know the latest 4xe models

The Wrangler 4xe uses a hybrid powertrain rated at 375 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. It comes equipped with front and rear locking differentials, the first PHEV to do so. It delivers a driving range of 370 miles and Jeep®-estimated 49 MPGe.[1][2]

The Grand Cherokee 4xe offers an available V8 paired to a PHEV powertrain, both class-exclusive components to deliver an enviable driving performance. You have a choice of three available 4×4 systems and available Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System, which features several modes — auto, sport, rock, snow or mud/sand to match your specific circumstances.

Those are some of the specs and features you’ll find in the Jeep® 4xe lineup. Get a closer look at these hybrid utility vehicles at Lustine Chrysler Dodge Jeep® Ram in Woodbridge, Virginia.

[1] Based on Manufacturer’s estimates with a fully charged battery and full tank of gas. Actual mileage may vary.

[2] Manufacturer’s estimated miles per gallon of gasoline equivalent (MPGe). Actual mileage may vary.

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