1999 Jeep(R) Grand Cherokee Wins Four Wheeler of the Year

23 November 1998

1999 Jeep(R) Grand Cherokee Wins Four Wheeler Magazine's 'Four Wheeler of the Year'
     AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Nov. 23 -- The all-new 1999 Jeep(R)
Grand Cherokee has won Four Wheeler Magazine's "Four Wheeler of the Year"
award, the publication announced today.  During an intensive week-long
competition, the Grand Cherokee upstaged nine rivals in both on-road and
off-road evaluations.
    "We are very proud to receive this award from Four Wheeler Magazine, the
longest-running four-wheel-drive enthusiast publication," said Martin R.
Levine, Vice President - Chrysler/Plymouth/Jeep Division.  "Staying true to
its Jeep heritage, the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee combines an all new 4.7-liter
V-8 engine with the revolutionary Quadra-Drive(TM) four-wheel-drive system,
making it the most capable sport-utility vehicle ever."
    Four Wheeler Magazine, celebrating its 25th anniversary, tests every all-
new or significantly revised sport-utility vehicle to determine which vehicle
deserves the coveted "Four Wheeler of the Year" title.  The very first vehicle
to win the award was the 1974 full-size Jeep Cherokee.  This year's title is
the seventh time a Jeep vehicle has captured the prestigious award.
    "We tested 10 trucks over 1,200 miles of diverse terrain," said John
Stewart, editor of Four Wheeler Magazine.  "We crested wind-blown sand dunes
near Death Valley, climbed craggy trails in the high desert, trekked across
dry lakes, navigated boulder-strewn alpine two-tracks and piloted each vehicle
on lonely desert highways, suburban streets and congested freeways.  With the
numbers tallied, the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee is everything a genuine
ready-for-the-trail Jeep should be, with luxury comforts and conveniences to
make it the best four-wheel-drive vehicle on the market."



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