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Cette catégorie couvre les modèles 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ.
Background and Identification
The Jeep Grand Cherokee is a line of mid-size SUVs (sport utility vehicles) produced by Jeep, an American automobile manufacturer. The ZJ models were the original Grand Cherokee vehicles and came in base (also called SE), Laredo, and Limited trim levels. The first Jeep Grand Cherokee was produced in 1992 for the 1993 model year as a luxury five-door, full-size SUV.
The Grand Cherokee is the successor of the smaller Jeep Cherokee (KJ) and became the first Chrysler-badged Jeep product when Chrysler purchased AMC in 1987. The Grand Cherokee uses a unibody chassis rather than body-on-frame construction and includes a front-engine layout with either rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. The base trim level includes a cloth interior, a five-speed manual transmission, and full instrumentation. The Laredo trim level was mid-scale and featured power windows, power door locks, cruise control, and medium-grey plastic paneling on the exterior of the vehicle. The Limited trim level was the premium model and featured body-color lower body paneling, leather seating, front power seats, a keyless entry system, digitized climate control, and heated mirrors. The 1992 and 1993 ZJ models all included a 4.0-liter AMC-derived straight-six engine that produced 190 horsepower. Early ZJ models included either a four-speed automatic transmission or manual transmission, though the manual transmission option was discontinued after 1994.
Jeep automobiles can be identified by the Jeep emblem, which includes the name “Jeep” in either black or silver font and is usually located on the car’s hood or right above its grille. Some Jeep vehicles also include a rectangular emblem with a red triangle, a white triangle, and a strip of blue. Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles generally include the name “Grand Cherokee” in capital letters either on the side or the rear of the car.