JEEP SE has the most premium look in the lineup, according to a report by Edmunds.com, which notes that the SUV’s premium features and premium price tag make it worth its premium price.
The Jeep SE Sport trim has a 17.5-inch all-terrain tire that is 3.7 inches wider than the standard tire.
The Jeep SE SE Sport Plus trim has 18.5 inches of all-wheel-drive and is 4.5inches wider than standard tires.
The new Jeep SUVs offer 16-inch front and 16-inches rear wheels and are priced at $29,900.
Both Jeep SUV models are equipped with 16-speaker AudioLink sound systems with sound damping technology.
All four front seats are covered with leather.
The rear seats are leather-covered and have an integrated audio system with an amplifier.
Jeep SUVs are available with an array of standard and premium options.
A standard SE is available with a four-cylinder engine with a 0.9-liter four-barrel engine.
A Premium is available in both a three-cyl.
and four-liter engine.
The Premium model offers $29.95 for the base trim and $34,000 for the Premium Plus package.
Both SUVs come standard with a leather interior and the optional Sport package adds a seven-point driver-assist steering wheel, a five-point steering wheel with four touch-screen controls, a rearview camera and a Bluetooth audio system.
The premium Jeep SE SUV comes with a 1.7-liter turbocharged four-door engine, which can deliver 147 horsepower and 158 pound-feet of torque.
The base model is available only with a 3.0-liter six-cyl engine.
The new Jeep SUV is available starting on March 31.